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What We’re Reading This Weekend: Warren’s Tax Pledge, Greta Grounded, Folies de Paris … And More

Some headlines that caught our eye …

National Security

After Baghdadi, Iran Should Be Trump’s Next Priority — Con Coughlin, Gatestone

Iran’s New Missile — Michael Peck, National Interest

Impeachment

Rick Perry Refuses To Give Closed Deposition, Might Testify Publicly — Rene Marsh & Veronica Stracqualursi, CNN

Partisan Impeachment Vote Exactly What Framers Feared — Alan Dershowitz, The Hill

Election 2020

Read Elizabeth Warren’s Lips: Spend $20 Trillion But No New Middle-Class Taxes — Will Weissert & Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar, AP

Bye Bye, Beto — Chris Sommerfeldt, NY Daily News

Plus, Beto Rendered Himself Unelectable In Texas — Colin Reed, Fox

World

China Trade Deal In Sight After High-Level Progress — Makini Brice & Andrea Shalal, Reuters

Assad: Syria Must Regain NE Kurdish Region — Suleiman Al-Khalidi, Reuters

Guns Taken From Paris Police Amidst Islamist Fears — Adam Sage, Times of London

Nigel Loves Boris: Farage’s Brexit Party Seeks Alliance With Tories — BBC

Britain Bans Fracking — Jillian Ambrose, Manchester Guardian

Climate Queen

Greta Thunberg, Firefighter — Tony Barboza, LA Times

Greta’s Jeer Of Flying — Twitchy

In Case You Missed It

Now We Know Why The Media Won’t Expose Trump’s ‘Whistleblower’

Baghdadi Raid, Durham Probe Will Frustrate Impeachment

Hillary Thinks God Put Her Here To Be President? Heaven Help Us

Apocalypse Not! How Science Is Distorted To Serve The Activist Agenda

Elizabeth Warren’s ‘Medicare for All’ Claims: As Credible As Her Native American Heritage

The Shameless Hypocrisy Of Cities Suing For Climate Change ‘Damages’

The Deep State Comes Out Of The Shadows


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