"The Most Terrifying Map in the World"

We rarely write about economics, but this is worth including. It is from an article, The Most Terrifying Map in the World.  

I completely agree this is terrifying: The political implications for freedom and prosperity for the people of the United States and world are profound. 

There are many who are, correctly, concerned about wages and opportunity in our nation. I don't see how that can materially improve while our markets are shrinking across the world. 

But, on an even more profound basis, China is an "evil empire" (to borrow a phrase from President Reagan) under which people do not have basic rights. And, I don't see our politicians doing anything to arrest these disturbing trends. 


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