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What We’re Reading This Weekend: The Death Of Small Business, Michigan Protests, Biden’s Behavior … And More

Some headlines that caught our eye.

COVID-19

Letter from Los Angeles: The death of small business is a tragedy for Jewish community and democracy — Joel Kotkin, Forward

Stupid Is As Stupid Does — Andrew I. Fillat and Henry I. Miller, American Greatness

Trump Sides with Michigan Protesters, Calls Out Governor Gretchen Whitmer — The Western Journal

National Taxpayers: Here Are A Few Things You Will Be Paying For If You Bail Out New York — Manhattan Contrarian

Funeral Directors Blow the Whistle on Deaths Falsely Attributed to Coronavirus — Megan Fox, PJMedia

Brit Hume Cites Two Reasons Why The Case For National Lockdown Is Getting ‘Weaker And Weaker’ — Daily Caller

WHO Official: Sweden’s Policy of Individual Responsibility ‘a Model’ for the Rest of World — Foundation for Economic Education

Is This The Post-COVID-19 World? Cashiers Work Inside Plastic Tents At Supermarket — Zero Hedge

‘Like I just got out of jail!’: States ease their lockdowns — Associated Press

Biden

Chris Wallace: Let’s Face It, Tara Reade’s Case Is A Lot Stronger Than Christine Blasey Ford’s Was — HotAir

Meet the Other Seven Women Who Are Accusing Biden of Inappropriate Behavior — Matt Margolis, PJMedia

Potential VP Picks Thirsty For Higher Office Overlook Biden Sexual Assault Allegations — The Federalist

Misc

It’s Not a Communist Thing. Politicians Are Generally Pretty Awful — John Tamny, RealClearMarkets

‘Journalism’ professors demand media censor Trump; show why public doesn’t trust journalists — Mark Tapscott, Oklahoma Council Of Public Affairs

Some of the latest climate models provide unrealistically high projections of future warming — PhysOrg

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