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What We’re Reading Today: Dems’ Hail Mary, The Dayton Gunman & Antifa, Mil-LONER-ials…And More

Some headlines that caught our eye …

Election 2020

Democrats At Crossroads: Is ‘Go Big Or Go Home’ Really The Right 2020 Strategy? — Andrew Malcolm

Is Kamala Harris Schizophrenic On Crime? — Melanie Mason & Michael Finnegan, LA Times

‘Outsider’ Buttigieg Aggressively Courting Superdelegates — Adam Wren, Daily Beast

Gabbard’s Odd, Unsolicited Neo-Nazi Support — Aiden Pink, Jewish Forward

Shootings

Dayton Shooter’s Antifa Links — Andy Ngo, NY Post

Dayton Killer’s Left-Wing Views Frustrate Demonization of Trump — Valerie Richardson, Wash Times

Trump Responds To Obama — Quint Forgey, Politico

Will Red Flag Laws Help? — Jon Schuppe, NBC

Video Games Makers Veering ‘Pacifist’ — Peter Allen Clark, Time

Video Game Industry Pushes Back Against Trump — Oscar Dayus, Gamespot

NRA Discussed Texas Mansion For LaPierre — Bob Brigham, Raw Story

Econ

Manufacturers Seek To Fill An Increasing Void of Specialized Labor — Agapitos Diakogiannis, Forbes

Automotive Software Supplier: Automation Making Manufacturing A Commodity — Larry Vellequette, Automotive News

China Currency Manipulation Could Hit U.S. Manufacturing — Bradley Keoun, The Street

Culture Wars

Town Designates Itself A Pro-Life City — Laurinda Joenks, Arkansas Democrat Gazette

The High Proportion of Isolated Millenials – Blame Social Media — Timothy Meads, Town Hall

Misc

Police Don’t Need ‘Fixing’ — Sheriff David Clarke

English Is Ruining French — Dale Berning Sawa, Manchester Guardian

Kipling’s ‘Lesser Breeds’ Were Actually Whites — John Zmirak, The Stream


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