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What We’re Reading Today: Epic Rant In Congress, Trump Hate, Cooling In Antarctica … And More

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Some headlines that caught our eye.

Spygate

‘I Will Not Yield’ — In Epic Rant, Jim Jordan Accuses Dems Of Sweeping ‘Spygate’ Coverup — ZeroHedge

Watergate: Follow the Money; Russiagate: Follow the Dossier – Stephen Dinan, Washington Times

Congress

The Children at Play in Congress — Intellectual Takeout

Trump wants to defund the arts. Will Republicans defy him for a third time? — Roll Call

After Losing Nearly $4 Billion Last Year, Postal Service on Track to Lose $7 Billion This Year —Reason

Election 2020

Trump Nickname For Buttigieg: “Alfred E. Neuman” – Virginia Kruta, Daily Caller

Charlie Munger: Democrats hate Trump ‘so much that they’re against him even when he’s right’ — Yahoo Finance

Biden Echoes Libertarians’ Call on Occupational Licensing — RealClearPolitics

Climate

‘Middle Ground’? Conservatives Wary Of Biden’s Hiring Of Former Obama Climate Change Advisers — Daily Caller

There’s no ‘middle ground’ on climate change, Sanders tells Biden — Yahoo News

Climate data shows no recent warming in Antarctica, instead a slight cooling — Watts Up With That?

In Europe It’s Getting Colder Because It’s Getting Warmer – Vijay Jayaraj, ClashDaily

De Blasio’s ‘Glass Skyscraper Ban’ Reveals Dark Agenda Of Climate Movement — Heartland Institute

States

Idaho Repeals Its Regulatory Code — Mercatus Center/The Bridge

Ending the Union Medicaid Skim — City Journal

Misc

Almost As Many Americans As Russians Want To Leave Their Country — Andrew Malcolm, HotAir

Cal Poly students call for Chick-fil-A ban; compare chicken chain to porn, Hooters — Campus Reform

Balancing liberty and morality – John Zmirak, The Stream

Rapper Charged With Giving Foreign Monies To Obama Re-Election – Aruna Viswanatha, Wall Street Journal


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