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What We’re Reading This Weekend: Intolerance, Overkill, Stay A Little Longer … And More

Some headlines that caught our eye.


The Tolerant Left Gets a Viral Surprise — American Greatness

Cheering Section: At 7 p.m. each evening, people pause and applaud hospital and health care workers — Seth Barron, City Journal

COVID V. Capitalism — David Henderson, Hoover Institution

Whiny People Are Whiny About U.K. Surfers Having A Good Time — Pirate’s Cove

Trump’s Best Bet In Corona Crisis Is Free Markets — Ira Stoll, New York Sun

Heartland Institute accuses ‘climate alarmists’ of exploiting COVID-19 pandemic to advance agenda — Fox News

With Coronavirus, Overkill is What Works — Andrew I. Fillat and Henry I. Miller, Human Events

L.A. County stay-at-home order could last into summer; more social distancing essential, officials say — Los Angeles Times


Who Polarized Us? — Law & Liberty

But They Don’t Pick Sides: Chuck Todd Promotes Socialist Path Forward for America Through Bernie’s ‘Vision’ — RedState

Sean Hannity says John Durham review ‘about to blow wide open’ — Washington Examiner

Oligarchy and Pestilence — Joel Kotkin, RealClearEnergy


Liberal Treated With Hydroxychloroquine Hopes He Still Dies Of COVID-19 To Prove Trump Is Stupid — Babylon Bee

COVID-19: Boris Before and After Pics Stun Brits — ScrappleFace

Ousted Navy Secretary Modly vows to find out who stole frozen strawberries — Duffel Blog

Man feels eye pain exactly 45 seconds after reading it’s a coronavirus symptom — The Daily Mash

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