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What We’re Reading Today: The Deprivations of Socialism, Who’s Driving The Clown Car, AOC And Concentration Camps … And More

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Some headlines that caught our eye.

Economics

The Economics Of Why Homelessness Worsens As Governments Spend Even More On The Problem — Hoover Institution

Socialism Will Deprive You of What You Need to Survive — American Institute for Economic Research

Standards of Living and Modern Economic Growth — Library of Economics and Liberty

Capitalism Gets Rid of Things That Do Not Work —P.J. O’Rourke

Election 2020

Why Gillibrand Is the Most Vapid Clown in the Car — American Spectator

Trump raises $24.8 million in less than 24 hours, RNC says — Politico

President Trump unveils 2020 slogan to replace 2016 rallying cry during campaign rally — Fox News

Trump needs a better re-election campaign slogan — Here it is — Deroy Murdock

Get real about capitalism — 2020 Dems, liberal media want you to believe it’s wrong to be rich — John Stossel

Lawsuit: Hillary Campaign Broke Election Laws By Paying Steele — Rowan Scarborough, Wash Times

Trump Demonizes Dems. They Deserve it, But Is It A Good Idea — PowerLine

Misc

AOC’s Petulant Response To Concentration Camp Criticism — Victory Girls

Ex-Congressman: Parkland Survivor Kyle Kashuv Fits School Shooter Profile, Perhaps Should Not Be Allowed to Purchase a Gun — PJ Media

Second Aide Charged In Doxing GOP Senators During Kavanaugh Hearings — Zack Budryk, The Hill

Californians need to follow Australian voters who reset their Demand for Reliable & Affordable Electricity — Fox & Hounds

The State Department Needs To Issue Travel Warnings For Baltimore And Chicago — HotAir

Self-Loathing White Liberals’ Unintended Consequences — John Sexton, HotAir

Punishment For Slavery Cited As Motive In Bronx Rape — Larry Celona & Stephanie Pagones, NY Post

Slavery Reparations Would Sow Racial Animosity — Project 21


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