One of the latest examples of such hypocrisy is the aging rock star Mick Jagger, who, as a British citizen, has access to his country’s National Health Service (NHS). Mr. Jagger apparently believes the NHS is for the “little people,” as the late hotel magnate Leona Helmsley said about income taxes. When Mr. Jagger needed a heart valve replacement, he didn’t wait in line like so many others in Britain; he had the surgery in the United States. After recovering, he added criticism of President Trump to his concerts, citing specifically the current administration’s policies on the environment and immigration. How’s that for gratitude?