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What We’re Reading Today: Kamala Harris’ Foolish Economics, The Recycling Con, Bernie Sanders’ Marxist Links … And More

Some headlines that caught our eye.

Economics

The Peasants’ Revolt of 1381: A Ripsnorter of a Tax Revolt — Lawrence W. Reed/Foundation for Economic Education

The Foolish Economic Agenda of Kamala Harris — Reason

Don’t Legislate Away Biopharmaceutical Innovation — Forbes/Pacific Research Institute

Environment/Natural Resources

Sorry, Alarmists, Climate Chaos Is Not Here — David Harsanyi/The Federalist

Years after Supreme Court win, Sacketts lose fight with EPA — E&E News

The world’s plastic recycling problem isn’t going away — The Spectator

The Simon Abundance Index ® 2019 — Cato Institute

Why the Bloom is Off the Environmental Rose for Tesla and Other Electric Vehicles — Daily Signal

Election 2020

Nevada governor vetoes national popular vote compact — Associated Press

Bernie Sanders campaigned for Marxist party in Reagan era — Washington Examiner

Democrats 2020: The Grievance Party — Larry Elder

Misc

Ten Minutes in California — City Journal

Australia’s voters reject environmental fantasies — Fox & Hounds

Boycott This! — Powerline


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