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What We’re Reading Today: Impeachment Frenzy, Biden’s Blowup, Rambo’s Truth … And More

Some headlines that caught our eye.

Ukraine

Trump: Biden discussed in Ukraine call — Washington Times

Breaking Down the Whistleblower Frenzy — Andrew McCarthy, National Review

The whistleblower complaint has Congress and Trump at an impasse. Here’s what the law says. — Washington Post

Who Would a Ukraine Scandal Hurt More, Trump or Biden? — Powerline

NY Times Reporter: Ukraine Story a ‘Significant Liability’ for Biden — Washington Examiner

Pelosi hints at impeachment over Trump-Ukraine whistleblower complaint — Axios

Pompeo: ‘It wouldn’t be appropriate’ to release transcript of Trump conversation with Ukrainian president — The Hill

Another Pseudo-Scandal — Spin the magic wheel: click, click … — American Greatness

Election 2020

NBC/WSJ poll: A record share of voters dislike Trump personally, but Democrats face challenges of their own — NBC News

Rasmussen: President Hits 52% Approval — Rasmussen

Alaska Republican Party cancels 2020 primary — The Hill

Cory Booker to End White House Bid in 10 Days If Cash Pleas Fail — Bloomberg

Now Bernie Sanders Wants to Cancel America’s Medical Care Debt

Biden Loses His Cool With Fox News Reporter — Townhall

Dems Grill Up 10,500 Steaks While Lecturing Us to Eat Less Meat — PJ Media

Elizabeth Warren’s Plan To Slash Your Retirement Funds — Hot Air

Mackinac Blunder

Pence Under Fire For Motorcade On Island Where Cars Have Have Been Banned For Over A Century — Daily Caller

Misc

The Ridiculous Anti-Vaping Crusade — National Review

New Rambo movie tells the brutal truth about Mexico — American Thinker

50 years of failed doomsday, eco-pocalyptic predictions; the so-called ‘experts’ are 0-41 — Mark Perry, Carpe Diem

GM Strike May Be Headed to Day 8 — Newsmax


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