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Summer Campaign Season: Trump Still Behind in Battleground States

By | 2020-05-29T18:54:42+00:00 May 29th, 2020|APSIA Member Blog Posts|

As the post Memorial Day campaign season begins, presidential campaign metrics haven’t moved much the last 30 days and President Donald Trump remains in trouble. The most recent national polls as aggregated by RealClearPolitics has Joe Biden ahead of T...

The Twin Towers of Pain: Part Six

By | 2020-05-29T18:45:45+00:00 May 29th, 2020|APSIA Member Blog Posts|

Out of a total of 850,000 worldwide COVID-19 deaths, the U.S. just crossed the 100,000 mark, or 29 percent. Although the rate of deaths is slowing (down from 2,000 a day in April to about 1,200 today), there are sufficient infections, some in areas wit...

China’s Delayed Congress Meets May 22 – Sign All is Well?

By | 2020-05-28T22:09:39+00:00 May 28th, 2020|APSIA Member Blog Posts|

After a two-month delay, the National People’s Congress’s annual meeting of political and business elites will start on Friday, May 22. It represents a risk to assemble several thousand of the country’s top leaders in Beijing, but it signals China want...

Cory Gardner Runs on “Bringing Home the Bacon”

By | 2020-05-28T22:07:16+00:00 May 28th, 2020|APSIA Member Blog Posts|

Although President Trump is one of Senator Cory Gardner’s major burdens in his re-election, he is also helping Gardner make his case that he is the best person to serve Colorado and should be re-elected. Gardner has scored a host of impressive wins for...

Pandemic and Public Opinion: Colorado

By | 2020-05-28T21:52:06+00:00 May 28th, 2020|APSIA Member Blog Posts|

Colorado is beginning to open up its businesses. The media is covering the uneven lifting of restrictions due to different state and city rules, along with a few outlier businesses opening on their own timelines and rules. Protests of the regulation ha...

The Twin Towers of Pain: Part Five

By | 2020-05-28T21:42:06+00:00 May 28th, 2020|APSIA Member Blog Posts|

COVID-19 DeathsThe world count of COVID-19 victims just crossed 300,000 as America records 90,258 victims on Sunday, May 18, a 20,000 plus increase in approximately the last two weeks (a 32% increase).The TensionA major fight has broken out over the be...

Blame Game: China and U.S.

By | 2020-05-27T21:53:46+00:00 May 27th, 2020|APSIA Member Blog Posts|

The intense media attack on China for its early behavior related to COVID-19 by the Trump administration and the equally fierce counterattack from China was a major topic at the May 14 Zoom conversation, “China, the U.S. and Global Leadership in the Pa...

China, the U.S. and Global Leadership in the Pandemic

By | 2020-05-15T17:13:02+00:00 May 15th, 2020|APSIA Member Blog Posts|

Is America a dysfunctional state? Can it recover a global role? Could the COVID-19 argument lead to conflict?Two American foreign policy’s most urgent concerns today are the deteriorating U.S. relationship with China and the lack of global leadership. ...

Unemployment Rate Nears Depression Level

By | 2020-05-15T17:04:59+00:00 May 15th, 2020|APSIA Member Blog Posts|

My mother told me stories of her parents feeding people passing through Kansas and Colorado in the 1930s looking for work, many coming from the rail yards, and in the 2008-10 Great Recession, nearly everyone had some financial hard times. But, the late...

Massive State Budget Deficits: Colorado and California

By | 2020-05-15T16:59:15+00:00 May 15th, 2020|APSIA Member Blog Posts|

Both California and Colorado are preparing for massive state government budget deficits estimated today in the billions. California is anticipating a $54.3 billion shortfall. They are projecting budget deficits through 2024. Colorado’s $30 billion stat...