Sometimes the government gets it right. From The Federalist by Madeline Osburn.
The U.S. Senate unanimously passed a bill in support of pro-democracy protestors in Hong Kong on Tuesday evening. If signed into law, the legislation would empower the Trump administration to sanction Chinese officials who violate human rights.
The bill will now go to the House of Representatives, which approved a similar version last month, and then on to President Trump’s desk for consideration.
Rather late in the day for the protesters, but there is this, the dragon remains afraid of the eagle, as it should, and it will have an effect. China may be the number two economy in the world, but still, it’s only around 65% of the US economy and built primarily on stolen western technology.
“The people of Hong Kong see what’s coming – they see the steady effort to erode the autonomy and their…
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