Some headlines that caught our eye.
Matters Of Faith
The Burning Bush in the Communist desert — Acton Institute
Islam Made Me Christian — First Things
State Department Is Calling China to Release Pastor Wang Yi From Prison — Relevant
Even If They Do ‘End’ Fed, Little to Nothing Will Change — John Tamny, RealClearMarkets
The best sentence I ready today … — Mark J. Perry, American Enterprise Institute
Unsung Heroes: Private Food Inspectors — American Institute for Economic Research
‘Decommodifying’ Housing and Other Magical Thinking — E21
The Myth That the Rich Don’t Pay Their ‘Fair Share’ of Taxes — Gary Galles, Foundation for Economic Education
Wages Are Based More on Productivity, Less on Exploitation — Bloomberg Opinion
USA Today Dragged to Hell Over Op-Ed on ‘Terrifying’ Heroism in Texas Church Shooting —Mediaite
Sheriffs may go to jail to protect Second Amendment sanctuaries — Washington Examiner
TOMS Shoes Spent Millions Promoting Gun Control — Now Creditors Are Taking Over — Bearing Arms
Climate Derangement Syndrome
The 2010s were a lost decade for climate. We can’t afford a repeat, scientists warn — Washington Post
Merkel vows Germany will do ‘everything humanly possible’ to fight climate change — The Hill
Every political issue will be soon a climate change issue — Gen
Joe Biden’s health care plan is malarkey — Sally Pipes/Pacific Research Institute, Washington Examiner
Census data projects shift in states’ congressional power — Axios
2020 Will Be the Year of the Left-Wing Freak-Out — Derek Hunter, Townhall
Policing Parents and Kids: The Year’s 8 Most Paranoid Moments — Reason
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