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What We’re Reading Today: Looking Back At The Old Year, And Ahead To The New One

Some headlines that caught our eye.

2019

The Worst Political Predictions of 2019 — Politico

Media Year-in-Review: The Fail is Real — Victory Girls

Democrats’ health care mistakes of 2019 – five things they keep getting wrong — Sally Pipes/Pacific Research Institute, Fox News

It’s truly something that 7,800 media workers lost their jobs in 2019 and not one of them was named Jennifer Rubin, Paul Krugman, Matt Yglesias, or Jonathan Chait — Newsalert

13 Cringeworthy Pop Culture Moments From 2019 — Christian Toto

2019 Was the Year That Democrats Went Off the Rails — RealClearPolitics

Why 2019 has been the best year in human history — Nicholas Kristof, Salt Lake Tribune

The Year in Bad Ideas — American Institute for Economic Research

2020

Issues 2020: A Fracking Ban Would Trigger Global Recession — Manhattan Institute

If Donald Trump knows what’s good for him, these will be his New Year’s resolutions — Andrew Malcolm, Kansas City Star

Here’s What Is What’s Going To Happen In 2020 — Kurt Schlichter, Townhall

Predictions for the Economy, Politics, Technology, and More — Fortune

Top 5 Washington Predictions for 2020 — Morning Consult

6 Reasons for Optimism in 2020 — Foundation for Economic Education

What will 2020 bring for medicine and science? — STAT


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