What the U.S. can learn from China
What can the United States learn from China?
We can learn what not to do.
- The rule of law? Vital. We are trending strongly towards legislation via regulation, a dangerous thing.
- Private property? Critical. That’s why the Kelo ruling was such a bummer.
- Freedom (within the rule of law)? Essential.
- Governmental power, interference, favoritism, and cronyism? Deadly,both metaphorically and often, literally.
Lefties holding China in high regard is like their fascination with the Soviet Union in the 1930s, a monster non sequitur that requires some serious thought as to rationale and motives.