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What We’re Reading Today: Trump’s Approval, Obama’s Women, Star Trek Movie News … And More

Some headlines that caught our eye.

2020 Elections

Trump hits new approval rating high amid impeachment — Washington Times

USA TODAY Poll: Impeached or not, Trump leads his Democratic rivals for another term — USA Today

Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders Have a Problem: Each Other — New York Times

NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist Poll: Biden, Sanders Lead 2020 Democratic Race  —  NPR

#NeverPete: How Buttigieg has drawn the fury of the online left — CNN

Bad news for Dems: The swing voters aren’t swinging anymore —Axios focus group — American Thinker

Speak for Yourself

Barack Obama: Women are better leaders than men — BBC

Obamacare

‘Obamacare’ tax repeal added to $1.4T wrap-up spending bill — AP

Impeachment Circus

Supreme Court ruling pulls rug out from under article of impeachment — The Hille

Schiff Wants His Own Witnesses at Senate Trial After Denying GOP Witnesses in House Impeachment Inquiry — PJ Media

Read the Articles of Impeachment — Newsmax

Climate Circus

Activists Denounce Madrid Climate Change Conference Outcomes as ‘Totally Unacceptable’ and ‘Deeply Flawed’ — Reason

Economy

Recession? What Recession? — Powerline

Homebuilder Confidence Highest Level in 20 Years — Breitbart

Kudlow: Trump Trade Deals ‘Pro-Growth,’ Remove ‘Uncertainty’ – Newsmax

Rotten Apple

Race Rules the Day in Mr. de Blasio’s Neighborhood — National Review

‘Bullet’ Train to Nowhere

Facing war with Trump, troubled California bullet train pushes biggest contract ever — Los Angeles Times

 Star Trek Wars

Two New Star Trek Movies in the Works, ViacomCBS CEO Confirms — Comicbook.com

‘Star Wars’ saga closes with ‘daunting’ finale — USA Today

Culture

As The Simpsons turns 30, this superfan picks the best 20 episodes ever — CNET News

Parody (?)

Ocasio-Cortez Complains She Has Too Many Healthcare Plans To Choose From — Legal Insurrection


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