Some headlines that caught our eye.
Facebook And YouTube Erase All Mentions Of Anti-Trump Whistleblower’s Name — The Federalist
How Much Live Coverage of the Trump Takedown Attempt Must Air? — Newsbusters
While Congress Makes Budgeting Look Hard, Americans Show How to Do It — RealClearPolicy
Late U.S. Representative Elijah Cummings’ wife announces bid for his Baltimore seat — ReutersWhile Congress Makes Budgeting Look Hard, Americans Show How to Do It
Company co-founded by Nancy Pelosi’s son charged with securities fraud — Washington Times
An Open Letter to Greta Thunberg — Frontpage
Illustrating the Corruption in Climate Science — Coyote Blog
Protesters vow hunger strike to push U.S. on climate change — Reuters
Lettuce Pray: Climate Change, Neo-Paganism, and the End of the World — The Daily Signal
The Religion of Climatism — Commentary
San Francisco’s new DA pledges not to prosecute public urination, other quality-of-life-crimes — Fox News
San Francisco’s New Anti-Police D.A. — Erica Sandberg, City Journal
CalEPA studying ways to sunset the California economy — Ronald Stein, Fox & Hounds
Seattle Schools Propose To Teach That Math Education Is Racist—Will California Be Far Behind? — Lee Ohanian, Hoover Institution
Sacramento Pledges To Power Arena With 100% Windmill Dunk Energy By 2030 — The Onion
Capitol Building To Be Decorated As Giant Circus Tent For Duration Of Impeachment Hearings — Babylon Bee
Greta Thunberg busted after teacher sees her on TV — The Daily Mash
Democrats Hate America — PowerLine
Does Hillary Clinton Want Fact-Checking … or Censorship? — Intellectual Takeout
As auto technology advances, so does risk for hacking — United Press International
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