The Honduran “migrant caravan” attempting to enter the United States across its frontier with Mexico has failed. Guatemalan authorities blocked the path of some 1,000 illegal aliens who, despite the global Chinese Virus pandemic, thought they would simply march north unimpeded. The “caravaners” were wrong.
For over 120 years, people in the Midwest have put aside political differences on crisp autumn Saturday afternoons to watch young warriors do battle on the football fields of the Big Ten Conference. This year, those fields are silent, as the conference has postponed its fall sports competitions owing to coronavirus fears.
The woman in San Diego who faces a misdemeanor charge for staging a protest in violation of California’s Chinese Virus lockdown order will hold another protest on Sunday, and a protesting pastor in Louisiana now faces an assault charge for, supposedly, backing a church bus too close to an anti-church protester.
Avowed socialist and United Nations Secretary General António Guterres has announced the creation of a global fund meant to address the coronavirus pandemic. He is asking for all nations to contribute the equivalent of 10 percent of all global GDP to fund a gigantic “human-centered, innovative and coordinated stimulus package,” which would be administered by a global authority, presumably the UN itself.