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What We’re Reading Today: Everything You Ever Wanted (But Can’t Afford), Mayor Pete Vs. South Bend Police, Foreign Interference In U.S. Educations, Wray Gone? … And More

Some headlines that caught our eye.

Campaign 2020

Vows of Free Stuff Arrive With This Week’s Dem Debates — Andrew Malcolm, Hot Air

South Bend Police Accuse Buttigieg of ‘Driving a Wedge’ Btw Officers & Citizens — South Bend Tribune

Iran

How Trump’s Sanctions Are Crippling Iranian Economy — Srinivas Mazumdaru, Deutsche Welle

Rand Paul Praises Trump For Not Striking Iran — Charles Crietz, Fox

Iran Economy Already Serious Imperiled As Trump Announces New Sanctions — Sam Meredith, CNBC

Media

Trump Accuser Flabbergasts Anderson Cooper, Speaking of Rape As ‘Sexy’  — Cristina Laila, Gateway Pundit

Sam Donaldson Urges John Kasich To Run For GOP Nod — Scott Whitlock, Newsbusters

Networks Ignore Reports Rep. Omar May Have Married Own Brother To Skirt Immigration Laws — Curtis Houck, Newsbusters

The Left

The rise of the intolerant left — Joel Kotkin, Orange County Register

92% of left-wing activists live with their parents and one in three is unemployed, study of Berlin protesters finds — Daily Mail

After years of warnings, U.S. finally investigating secret foreign funding of American universities — The College Fix

It Will Cost $600,000 To Cover Up George Washington Mural That ‘Traumatized’ San Fran High School Students — Daily Wire

Historic Catholic marker deemed ‘racist symbol’ removed by University of California Santa , Cruz — Fox News

Misc

Trump Iffy About FBI Director Christopher Wray — Liam Quinn, Fox

Rubio Intervenes On Visa & British Developmentally Challenged Woman Is Spared Forced Abortion — Cortney O’Brien, Town Hall


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