Chinese prison factories revealed

A.M. Mora y Leon
A Chinese prisoner's note, found in a box of Kmart Halloween decorations by an unsuspecting Oregonian, described the horrors of China's prison-factories. Despite that sort of thing not supposed to be happening, it is happening because China remains a communist tyranny.

Why is this happening? In part, because the U.S. under Obama has been silent. Maybe that's because the U.S. relies on China to finance its vast U.S. government spending through its purchase of $1.16 trillion in U.S. Treasury bonds. Call it change - from beacon to bought off. Such is the reality of the Obama administration in the era of Big Government spending.

A Chinese prisoner's note, found in a box of Kmart Halloween decorations by an unsuspecting Oregonian, described the horrors of China's prison-factories. Despite that sort of thing not supposed to be happening, it is happening because China remains a communist tyranny.

Why is this happening? In part, because the U.S. under Obama has been silent. Maybe that's because the U.S. relies on China to finance its vast U.S. government spending through its purchase of $1.16 trillion in U.S. Treasury bonds. Call it change - from beacon to bought off. Such is the reality of the Obama administration in the era of Big Government spending.