Here are some of the stories making headlines in conservative politics for today…

Actor Jon Voight: Trump is “greatest president of the century,” slams hate of radical left

Academy award-winning Actor Jon Voight posted a new video to his 165,000 twitter followers in which he declared that President Donald Trump is the “greatest president of the century.”

In the video, captioned “a message of peace and love,” Voight began by saying “this is not love. This is hate among the radical left.” He added, “but this is war among the left. They have hate, it’s like a venom. No words of God, no words of love, but a radical emotion of hate.” The actor also affirmed his support for the Republican Party and of Israel, stating his hope that Trump would be elected for a second term in 2020.

Jon Voight, 80, is the father of activist, UN ambassador and actress Angelina Jolie.

DOJ says Trump decision to end DACA was lawful

The Department of Justice has submitted a legal brief to the Supreme Court which states that President Donald Trump acted lawfully in his decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, in September 2017.

In the brief submitted to the Supreme Court, lawyers for the Justice Department wrote that the Department of Homeland Security, “correctly, and at a minimum reasonably, concluded that DACA is unlawful.”

The Supreme Court will begin to hear arguments in November on the matter. If the Supreme Court rules in Trump’s favor, it would allow the Trump administration to deport over 1 million young adult residents currently residing in the US under the protection of the DACA.

China could overwhelm US military “before America could respond,” think tank warns

A new study by a think tank is warning the United States that it has lost its military supremacy in the Indo-Pacific region with China, saying that the Chinese military would overwhelm American military bases within hours.

The study was performed by the United States Study Center, at the University of Sydney, Australia.

The report says “America no longer enjoys military primacy in the Indo-Pacific and its capacity to uphold a favorable balance of power is increasingly uncertain.”

The study added that the defense strategy of America in the Indo-Pacific region “is in the throes of an unprecedented crisis.”

China’s missiles in the region number in the thousands, according to the report, which added that “China has deployed a formidable array of precision missiles and other counter-intervention systems to undercut America’s military primacy.”

They warned that America could struggle to defend its allies against China and advised that Australia, Japan and other US partners will need to build up their forces in the region and increase their cooperation with the United States to ensure their security.

US launches test missile previously banned under US-Russian arms Treaty

The Pentagon has tested a new missile with a range that would have been prohibited under the now-abandoned Cold War arms treaty with Russia. The modified Navy Tomahawk cruise missile flew more than 310 miles and the Pentagon said it was fired from a ground mobile launcher on San Nicolas Island in California, confirming that the missile “accurately impacted its target after more than 500 kilometers of flight.”

The missile launch marks the US’ longest since the arms-control treaty was signed by President Ronald Reagan and Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev in 1987. The INF treaty had banned nuclear weapons of this type because of their short flight times. Both the US and the Soviet Union had deployed such weapons in Europe.