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What We’re Reading Today: Mueller Follies, Obama’s Student Loan Fiasco, Capitalism Is Good … And More

Some headlines that caught our eye today.

Mueller Follies

‘Constitutional crisis’ looms as partisan warfare over Mueller report escalates — Washington Times

Trump to Democrats on Mueller report: ‘It’s time to stop this nonsense’ — Washington Examiner

Mueller’s Preposterous Rationale for Tainting the President with ‘Obstruction’ Allegations — Andrew McCarthy, National Review

NY Times pretends it is scandalous Trump reported tax losses during New York’s real estate crash — Thomas Lifson, American Thinker

Capitalism v Socialism

The U.S. is a Democratic Constitutional Republic, and Yes, It Matters — Intellectual Takeout

Chicago Dem Candidate Says Socialism Should ‘Control Every Facet of Our Life’ — PJMedia

Capitalism Will Save Us — If Only We Let It — Steve Forbes, Forbes Magazine

Warren Has Proposed or Backed Plans Totaling Estimated $129 Trillion in Government Spending — Washington Free Beacon

Student Loan Disaster

Student-Loan Outlook Is Reversed, Showing $31 Billion U.S. Cost — Bloomberg

Elizabeth Warren is Wrong About Student Loan Debt — The American Conservative

Pharmaceutical Rebates — Keeping The Right Score — Forbes/Pacific Research Institute

Misc

Government Can’t Discriminate Against Chick-fil-A — Just Like It Can’t Against Same-Sex Couples — Foundation for Economic Education

Behar To Crenshaw: Trump Supporters Should Take Off ‘Those Flag Pins’ — Hot Air

Housing and Transportation — Why California’s Legislature Gets EVERYTHING Wrong — Fox & Hounds


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