Bring Back the Tourists – WSJ

The European Union agreed this week to begin removing restrictions on American tourists after banning them for more than a year. There’s no reason the U.S. shouldn’t reciprocate. On Wednesday EU countries informally agreed to add the U.S. to their safe travel list,...

Arresting Hong Kong’s Press – WSJ

Hong Kong’s political and economic assault on the rule of law continues, and this week it spread to the city’s pro-democracy newspaper, Apple Daily. The arrests, search warrants and asset freezes are a warning to anyone doing business in the once-free city that is...

The ObamaCare Massacre That Wasn’t

Judge Amy Coney Barrett Photo: Erin Schaff/Zuma Press ‘The American people should make no mistake—a vote by any Senator for Judge Amy Coney Barrett is a vote to strike down the Affordable Care Act and eliminate protections for millions of Americans with pre-existing...

One Cheer for the Supreme Court on Religious Liberty

The Supreme Court ruled 9-0 on Thursday that Philadelphia can’t tell a Catholic foster-care agency to violate its faith as a condition of its city contract—a victory for religious liberty. Yet as Justice Samuel Alito writes in a 77-page cri de coeur concurrence, the...