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John Ubaldi

John Ubaldi is president and founder of Ubaldi Reports, which provides credible, political content, addressing domestic and global issues. John is a 30-year retired veteran of the United States Marine Corps with three combat tours in Iraq and Afghanistan. During his time in the Marine Corps, John became a foremost authority on civil affairs as it relates to counterinsurgency and irregular warfare, and he is an author in various military journals. John authored the book The New Business Brigade: Veterans Dynamic Impact on U.S. Business currently available on Amazon. His knowledge of Middle Eastern culture and national security policy has afforded him the opportunity to speak on many national and local news programs such as the syndicated national news program “Washington Journal” and other radio and television programs.

Top US Commander Warns Google about Its Business in China

The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Dunford, issued a stunning rebuke last month to Google about its recent investments in China.

Congress Cedes Its Responsibility on Immigration Reform

As the debate continues on immigration reform, Congress has routinely failed to act. In fact, the last immigration reform bill was signed 30 years ago.

US-China Summit in Florida Founders with No Trade Deal

The U.S. and China are embroiled in a retaliatory trade war. Recent reports suggest that both countries are finalizing a comprehensive trade deal.

Have the DOJ and the FBI Abused Their Federal Powers?

Will the Judiciary Committee also look into how the DOJ and FBI conducted their investigations? It’s time we have an honest assessment.

Poverty, Corruption And The US Border Crisis

Debate usually centers on how the US should treat Latin American migrants at the US-Mexico border - but missing is a focus on the core problems in their homelands.

Partisan Politics Has Constrained US Economic Growth

John Ubaldi's analysis of JPMorgan Chase Chairman and CEO Jamie Dimon's damaging critique on the state of American politics.

Recent Media Blunders Say a Lot about Today's Journalists

Two high-profile slip-ups show how some in the media will abandon the foundational pillars of journalism for a scoop and rush a questionable story to print.

Mexico's Culpability Is Missing In The Immigration Debate

If the immigration crisis in the United States is to be permanently resolved, the work must start in Mexico and Central America.

Is It Time For A New Middle East Strategy?

The time has come for a new geopolitical strategy for the Middle East that focuses on a realistic approach utilizing all elements of U.S. national power.

America's Still Indispensable Role in Global Affairs

Many Americans – including members of Congress from both political parties – fail to understand the unique role the U.S. plays in global affairs.