Hong Kong is fading away as a bastion of liberty

Before 1997, Hong Kong was a British protectorate, on the border of Communist China.  In 1899, Britain was granted a 99-year lease on the colony, and it became a thriving financial center, among other things.  The population density of Hong Kong is remarkable, with numerous high-rise apartment buildings, and nearly 6700 people per square kilometer! …

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Watchwords of a Biden administration

This is what you can expect from a Biden administration.  I hope you leftists are happy with what is coming. HIGHER TAXES:  Business taxes will be increased, on all sizes of firms, which will lead to fewer new jobs created, and lower pay for current employees.  Personal income taxes will be increased on high-earning individuals …

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I’m having trouble corralling my thoughts on this week’s Supreme Court rulings

My brain seems to be a tangle of thoughts, concerns, and emotions, given the momentous rulings handed down by the nine Ivy League lawyers in black robes in Washington, D.C.  Over the experience of humanity, for the last 5,000 years of recorded human history, those nine people have in one stroke, deemed that two people …

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