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What We’re Reading This Weekend: Biden’s Health, Bernie’s Atrocities, Wokescolds … And More

Some headlines that caught our eye.

Biden’s Eye View

Biden’s Bloody Eye During CNN Forum Raises Health Concerns

Eleven years after he last released medical records, Biden’s health at issue as campaign stonewalls

Joe Biden’s Bloody Eye on CNN Somehow SPIKED by Everyone But Fox

Bernie Babies

Top Evangelical: Bernie Sanders’ Abortion Views Invite ‘Atrocities’

Bernie Sanders Tells Baby to Keep It Down at Campaign Event.

Not Your Father’s Democratic Party

AOC to Small States: Drop Dead (And What Small States Can Do to Stay Alive) 

A Majority of House Democrats Now Support Outlawing Private Health Insurance

Are there any Democrats in elected office anywhere willing to say that Stacey Abrams wasn’t the “real winner” in Georgia last year?

Election 2020

No, Trump Rallies Didn’t Increase Hate Crimes by 226 Percent

Axelrod Hits Biden Over Attempts to “Serially Distort” His Record

Former Starbucks chief executive Howard Schultz announces he will not run for president

Deal or No Deal

Could a no-deal Brexit still happen on 31 October?

Economics

Uber and Lyft Offer Drivers a $21 Minimum Wage. California Lawmakers Say It’s Not Enough.

Powell Says Fed Will Sustain Expansion, Reinforcing Rate-Cut Bet

Open Minded, Tolerant Left

Joke Police Hate Chappelle Special–99% of Audiences Approve

The ‘Cancel Culture’ Targets Drew Brees After Discovering the QB’s Association with Focus on the Family

Wokescolds Go Batty Over Upcoming Joker Movie They Haven’t Even Seen Yet

 Misc                                                                                                         

 Facebook faces antitrust probe launched by regulators in eight states and D.C.

Why Originalism Is the Best Approach to the Constitution

Obamas try to muscle little company into handing over its trademark to them


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