Our friends at the Fraser Institute in Canada have released this open letter in which they express their solidarity with “the people of Hong Kong as their rights and freedoms are threatened by the actions of the Communist Party of China.”
Ideally, anyone from Hong Kong should be able to get on a plane and fly to the United States using their passports tomorrow, just as anyone from a Visa Waiver Program country can. But this is the next‐best option
The new spike in cases of the novel coronavirus tends to confirm some previously noted patterns: outdoor events are unlikely to spread the virus, while close socializing in indoor groups tends to further it.
It shouldn’t be surprising that politicians agree that the causes of America’s woes are foreign born. But it’s also dangerous and wrong and very likely to accelerate the country’s isolation and decline.
The Supreme Court took another important step toward enshrining educational equality, declaring it unconstitutional to block a choice program because some families will choose to attend religious schools.