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What We’re Reading Today: Guilty Green Conscience, Guilty White Conscience, ISIS From The Ashes…And More

Some headlines that caught our eye …

Envirofanaticism

Green Tech’s Dark Side, & The Guilt It Comes With — Ronald Stein, Eurasia Review

Green New Deal’s Flaws – All Versions of It — Neil Maher, Wash Post

Politics

Biden: ‘Poor Kids Just As Bright … As White Kids’ — Haris Alic, Breitbart

More Biden Gaffes — Andrew O’Reilly, Fox

Buttigieg: ‘Systemic Racism Is A White Problem’ — Rachel Frazin, The Hill

Pelosi Calls On Trump To Convene Unusual ‘Extraordinary’ Session of Congress — Heather Caygle, Politico

Hillary’s Under-The-Radar July Impeachment Interview — Darren Samuelsohn, Politico

Media

NY Times Downplays Dayton Shooter’s Leftism — Clay Waters, Newsbusters

GOP Vs. Twitter — Ronn Blitzer, Fox

National Security

Deputy Intel Director Leaves — Ken Dilanian & Shannon Pettypiece, NBC

Apparent Iran Disinformation Operation Against John Bolton — Lachlan Markay & Adam Rawnsley, Daily Beast

ISIS

Pentagon Report On ISIS Resurgence

UN Report On ISIS’s Online Instructing In ‘Home-Made Chemical & Biological Weapons’

ISIS Is Trading Women For Jihad — Zachary Keyser & Seth Frantzman, Jerusalem Post

ISIS’s Online ‘Posters” Inciting Specific Attacks Within U.S. — Steven Stalinsky, The Hill

The New ISIS-Assad-Turkish Alliance — Kevin Knodell & Benedetta Argentieri, Daily Beast

United Nations

Scientology Given UN Perch — PR Newswire

UN Ignores Christian Refugees — Uzay Bulut, Gatestone Institute

China

Huawei & Agriculture – Strange Trade War Bedfellows — Jenny Leonard, Ian King & Jennifer Jacobs, Bloomberg

Trump Tough On China – Except On Hong Kong — Nahal Toosi, Politico

Misc

Bruce Ohr Document Dump — FBI

Killing Free Speech In France, Germany & On Internet — Judith Bergman, Gatestone Institute

Onetime Miss Iraq: Omar Doesn’t Represent Me As A Muslim — Sam Dorman, Fox


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