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What We’re Reading This Weekend: Trump Did A ‘Damned’ Thing, Satire Reveals Truths, Suburbs’ Election Power … And More

Some headlines that caught our eye.

Soleimani

Foreign Interference In The 2020 Election — PowerLine

America ‘Cannot Do a Damn Thing,’ Eh? — New York Sun

Trump’s Bold Move Continues to Squeeze the Iranian Regime — RealClearPolitics

Left criticized Elizabeth Warren for calling Soleimani a ‘murderer,’ so she issued a new statement attacking Trump — Washington Examiner

Soleimani’s luck couldn’t last; this time he met his end (obit-analysis) — Jerusalem Post

Election 2020

The Mythology of Biden as a Moderate — George Neumayr, The American Spectator

Bernie Sanders Is Miseducating Our Youth — Roger Simon, The Epoch Times

The 2020 presidential election will be decided in the suburbs — The Economist

Satire

Castro’s Campaign Fails As Democrats Realize His First Name Isn’t Fidel — Babylon Bee

Married couple on date night not sure if they’re supposed to kiss — The Daily Mash

Corbyn 2.0 Comrade Keir Starmer to Continue Soviet Putsch For Labour — The Daily Squibb

Odd News

Cars get trapped in tumbleweeds on Washington state highway — Associated Press

Recycling center staff find nearly $20,000 cash in box — United Press International

The weirdest and most bizarre crime stories of 2019 — Fox News

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Stopping Lisa Murkowski From Playing Lady Macbeth — Issues & Insights

Democrats Just Betrayed Working-Class Americans To Appease Environmentalists — Issues & Insights

Triggering A Recession Tops The Dems’ Presidential Agendas — Issues & Insights


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