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Norpac draws ire of publishing industry over paper tariffs

... formed the STOPP Coalition (Stop Tariffs on Print and Publishers), a group dedicated to fighting the tariffs. Members include the Printing Industries Association, Association of American Publisher... read more

Norpac draws publishing industry ire

... formed the STOPP Coalition (Stop Tariffs on Print and Publishers), a group dedicated to fighting the tariffs. Members include the Printing Industries Association, Association of American Publisher... read more

Tariffs on imported newsprint are a potentially crushing blow to local newspapers and their communities

A coalition of U.S. printers, publishers, newspaper associations, paper suppliers and distributors calling itself STOPP — Stop ... tariffs put at risk an estimated 600,000 other American jobs in newsp... read more

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European Union warns of global trade war if US auto tariffs go ahead

The proposal to levy tariffs on auto products has also drawn significant opposition from US manufacturers. In a submission to ... According to the Financial Times, a study by the Peterson Institute fo... read more

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Rare silk Qur’an helps preserve Afghanistan’s cultural heritage

Each of the Islamic holy book’s 610 pages was produced by hand in a painstaking ... of it — was treated in a solution made from the dried seeds of ispaghula, or psyllium, to stop the ink from spreadin... read more

Trump Rails Against Elites, Hecklers in Minnesota: Reason Roundup

The new plan also meshes with the administration's priority of retooling higher-education programs to train students more directly to join the workforce. It's difficult to imagine that Republican lead... read more

China: zero tolerance for academic freedom

the 2015 disappearances of five book-sellers and publishers is still unresolved. These cases reveal the widening cracks in the “one country, two systems” model. Yet Beijing’s influence does not stop t... read more

I did not want to write about Kevin Williamson … but

Hanson wrote (emphasis added): Certainly, Kevin has expressed himself freely both in print and in interviews in ways that many thought were antithetical to the values of many conservatives — whether h... read more

Defence Minister: Clegg axed me because I won't support attack on Iran

Last night, Professor Malcolm Chalmers, of the Royal United Services Institute, suggested that the Lib Dem reshuffle arrangements would not release the party from difficult defence decisions as part o... read more

China battles fierce competition and quality issues in fight for weapons sales

Professor Jonathan Holslag, head of research at the Brussels Institute of Contemporary China Studies ... and China has still a way to go in this regard,” he said. Chinese arms manufacturers may find i... read more

On Free Market Economics: Free Market Success Stories

And, indeed, the so-called free market success stories are quite ironically stories which involve protectionism and high tariffs as well as state-directed encouragement and the use of state-owned ente... read more

Mike Adams, Monsanto, Nazis, and a Very Disturbing Article

These Monsanto collaborator sites tend to be “leftist” publications but also include at least one prominent business and finance publisher on the political right. All of them are Monsanto collaborator... read more



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