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What We’re Reading Today: Biden Gets The Munchies, Plot Against Trump … And More

Some headlines that caught our eye.

Election 2020

The Democratic presidential campaign has produced confusion rather than clarity — Washington Post

Joe Biden munches wife Jill’s finger at Iowa campaign stop — New York Post

Poll: Majority of Republicans say Trump better president than Lincoln — The Hill

Harris Aide Quits w/Scathing Letter: ‘Never Seen Staff Treated So Poorly’ — Slate

Impeachment Circus

Schiff’s Watergate Line Reveals Weak Impeachment Case — Jonathan Turley, The Hill

Rep. Doug Collins: Schiff will be first witness called by House Judiciary GOP — Washington Times

GOP to Use Impeachment Against Dems in Congress Races — Newsmax

Newt Gingrich: Plot against president is real – And bigger than many think — Fox News

You’re Fired!

Starbucks Fires Employee for Writing ‘Pig’ on Oklahoma Policeman’s Cup — ABC News

Newsweek Fires Reporter Who Wrote That Trump Would Be Tweeting And Golfing On Thanksgiving — Daily Caller

TDS

MSNBC’s Joy Reid Compares Trump Support To A ‘Racial And Religious Cult Of Personality’ — Daily Caller

Presidential historian predicts public support for Trump will collapse — The Hill

The Supremes

Supreme Court may expand Second Amendment rights despite repeal of disputed gun restrictions — USA Today

Star Wars

The Mandalorian Is on Track to Be the Best Star Wars in Ages — PJ Media

Immigration

Philadelphia releases serial child rapist illegal alien *twice* despite detainer — Hot Air

Crony Capitalism

The Nation’s Biggest Dairy Is Failing Despite Relentless Government Intervention — Reason

Big Government

Animated chart of the day: The rise over time of Social Security spending as a share of federal outlays — Mark Perry, Carpe Diem

Culture

Christian Faith Is the Missing Ingredient in A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood — National Review

Satire (?)

Man Accused of Hate Crime for Refusing To Have Sex with Transgender Who Has Male Genitalia — Western Journal


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