Some headlines that caught our eye.
Chaotic scene as Republicans disrupt impeachment deposition — Associated Press
PG&E begins next round of blackouts to prevent California wildfires — United Press International
California ‘veered’ out of its lane in climate pact with Quebec: U.S. lawsuit — Reuters
After Slamming Trump, Biden Apologizes For Referring To ‘Partisan Lynching’ In 1998 — National Public Radio
It’s the Job of LeBron James to Be the Best at Basketball, Not To Fix China — John Tamny, RealClearMarkets
Progressives are all too willing to cut constitutional corners — George Will
Losing it: Hillary Clinton has become completely delusional — Joseph Curl, Washington Times
Strange But True
Goat rams through sliding glass door, naps inside bathroom — Associated Press
Bears open doors of unlocked SUV, steal pack of gum — United Press International
Illinois man with name tattooed on neck allegedly gave police false ID — Fox News
NYT’s Krugman Suggests Trump Will Use ‘Mob’ Tactics to ‘Rough Up’ Impeachment Witnesses — Washington Free Beacon
UConn students ARRESTED for ‘ridiculing’ speech in viral video — Campus Reform
Breaking news from Gloria Steinem: Donald Trump ‘was never elected’ — Twitchy
‘Anxiety Rises’: Biden Opens Up Biggest Lead As Dems Fret Over 2020 Options — Ed Morrissey, Hot Air
7 Leftist Words in a Dictionary Near You — Daily Signal
Why Washington D.C. Compulsively Lies About Donald Trump — Mark Hemingway, The Federalist
Why ‘Uncomfortable’ Books Like ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ Are Precisely the Ones Kids Should be Reading — Intellectual Takeout/Acculturated
Woke preschoolers: indoctrinating our youngest children — Mercatornet
Make Sure To Buy Your Sustainable Halloween Treats And Nag The Kids — Pirate’s Cove
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