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West Scranton and Other Invaders

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The photo is of D-Day, and I will get to that historic event in a minute. First, another historic event: the snuffing out — the murder, you could say — of Hong Kong. I have a piece about this on the homepage today: here. Hong Kong has been a great, free, vibrant city. By guarantee of the Sino–British Joint Declaration — inked on December 19, 1984, and put into effect on July 1, 1997 — the city was supposed to enjoy 50 years of autonomy. Instead, it received less than half that allotment (23 years). Hong Kong is now a city more or less like any other city in China: unfree, fearful, and under the control of the dictatorship in Beijing.

Nathan Law, the young Hong Kong politician and........

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