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What We’re Reading Today: The Angry Party, The Leftist Party, The Illiterate Party … And More

Some headlines that caught our eye.

Democrats

Why Are They All So Angry? — Manhattan Contrarian

Jeffrey Epstein’s Wikipedia Page Stealth-Edited To Remove Ties To Democrats — ZeroHedge

A Closer Look At The Left’s Agenda: Scientific, Economic, And Numerical Illiteracy On The Campaign Trail — Michael J. Boskin, Hoover Institution

Buttigieg Says Democrats Must Swing Further Left To Beat Trump In 2020 — Daily Caller

Biggest threat to America? Democrats wrongly pin blame on US corporations — Merrill Matthews, The Hill

Health Care

Trump’s Healthcare Contradictions Threaten Beneficial Reforms — Wayne Winegarden, Forbes

Most Americans reject government healthcare for illegal immigrants: Poll — Washington Examiner

Appeals court skeptical Obamacare can survive — Yahoo/Politico

Rebate Rule Will Save Patients Billions — Sally Pipes, Inside Sources

California

California can’t afford to be an economic one-trick pony — Joel Kotkin, Marshall Toplansky, Orange County Register

California’s Politically Powerful Unions Aim To Crush Sharing Economy — Steven Greenhut, Reason

Sacramento County Says It’s Illegal to Work on Your Own Car in Your Own Garage — Overlawyered

Energy/Environment

Inconvenient Energy Realities — E21-Manhattan Institute

David Attenborough on climate change: ‘We cannot be radical enough’ — NewScientist

Misc

The Hate-Crime Epidemic That Never Was: A Seattle Case Study — Quillette

Flynn Changes Story, On Collision Course With Judge — Adam Goldman, NY Times

What Are You Willing to Give Up to Be #NeverTrump? — PJMedia

Confederate Railroad says it was dropped from state fair lineup over band name: ‘God will see us through this’ — Yahoo

Rep. Jordan Asks About Govt Use of Facial Recognition — Sara Carter

The Private Production of Roads — Library of Economics and Liberty

Undercover Video: Google Interfered in Ireland Referendum — Martin Barillas, LifeSite

Scenes From The Progressive Freakout — PowerLine


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