Please join us for Batten
Please join us for Batten Hour, featuring Phil Potter, Associate Professor of Politics and Public Policy and Director of the National Security Policy Center. Professor Potter will speak about what to look for from President Biden and his team, including risks, policy priorities, and more.
In this debate, Peter
In this debate, Peter Navarro, the director and producer of the movie "Death by China," and Phil Potter debate wheter China's unfair trade and membership in the WTO are the primary causes of job losses and weak US growth. September, 2012.
Phil Potter is too young. I lived through the decline in manufacturing and the transition from trade surplus to trade deficit. He is correct about Chinese nationalism and how we control money. We are both exploiting and it is the worker who suffers in both nations. Bottom line is the definition of capital is the ability to produce products. We have exported that. It started prior to China though....and TPP will help it continue, with or without China. Prior to Federal income tax, we had taxes on imports. this built our nation. The fact is, without a manufacturing base, a service economy cannot survive. Those jobs are being exported to. We cannot survive by selling each other hamburgers or insurance! Anyone who denies this is not facing reality. Prior to WWII, the stores were filled with cheap imported tin toys from Germany and Japan....
The financial crisis nor dot.com does not explain the shift of manufacturing from the US to China nor does it explain how manufacturing in Europe has moved to China either.
You can not generate wealth without building something. Why do you think CHINA HAS GROWN to what it is today in the last 30 year’s. Wait till they buy, steal and bully their way into owning 5g,artificial intelligence, high tech manufacturing and it will be too late. I started working at Carrier Corp in 1981 at the age of 19 making a good living with great benefits and by 1985 it was over when room air conditioner ‘s , then compressors and eventually the whole plant left Syracuse to the south, the Midwest and overseas. Globalization has not done this country any good for the working class people. Mr. Potter should travel to our hollow out cities and town’s and see what the real affect’s of factory’s leaving. I think he’s spent most of his adult life in the classroom and doesn’t deserve to be there on the stage with Mr. Navarro.
I'm Taiwanese. Navarro is right on everything he asserted on Chinese communist party. Chinese people are abused by CCP too. CCP is a gangster mofia that has no rules inside, whatever they want to do is the law. CCP demolish houses without consent from the owners, calling factories to shut down or decrease productiion at party's demands, CCP ruling elites families and their sons dominate Chinese industries and factories. They rub 99% of the country's fortunes, Chinese are merely modern slaves to CCP. Now CCP has enjoyed ultimate control of political powers and consequently unlimited wealth...now their praws are outreaching, first they corrupt wstern unregistered agents, media, institutions, politicians, the Wall Street particularly to laundry money out of China and save in the west. The western World must be cautious and not buy up by CCP.
All Dr. Navarro talked about China all from these medias which Trump blamed they are cheat, like CNN.
On Saturday 25th March
On Saturday 25th March Goldmark will be hosting its fourth exhibition of ceramics by the internationally renowned studio potter Phil Rogers.
When, back in 2005, we decided to try and give modern British ceramics the gallery platform it deserved, Rogers was the very first potter we sought out to show. In the decade since that inaugural exhibition he has produced some of the finest work we have had the pleasure of handling: proud, round-bellied Tenmoku jugs; wood-fired vases with burnt orange bodies softened by a Nuka rim; and an ever-expanding repertoire of forms graced by warm, runny pine-ash glazes made from the embers of Rogers’ own fireplace.
Now approaching his fortieth year as a working potter, Rogers has been putting exhibition work aside for the last eighteen months. Within that selection, new and developing styles have emerged from the experiments of throwing sessions, from recent interpretations of Korean Buncheong pottery to an ongoing project with Goldmark producing monumental eighty-guinomi sets.But at its core – in essence and in spirit – Rogers’ way with clay has remained the same: a constant desire to explore shape, orchestration, decoration and finish. ‘Working on new forms, trying to achieve a certain ‘rightness’ and crispness of line, is what keeps me interested in clay. Making pots over a long career is about refinement and a never-ending quest to improve. The cliché is always that ‘the next firing will be my best’ – but it remains true that this is every potter’s hope.’
Join us from 10:30am on Saturday 25th March at Goldmark Gallery in Uppingham to celebrate forty years of hard graft, twelve years of collaboration, and over a year of creating and curating in this latest exhibition from one of Britain’s best.
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Snowmen by Kai Engel
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Beautiful teaser I look forward to much more good things to come from you. An exceptional artist :)
his work has left me speechless
Oh, you succeeded alright. Your pots will live on. Thank you for sharing so much with us. Rest In Peace Phil Rogers