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What We’re Reading Today: Banning Movies, Seattle ‘Warlord,’ Leaving Minneapolis … And More

Some headlines that caught our eye.

The Mob

Cornell Prof. William Jacobson On The Push To Get Him Fired (Or Denounced) — Hot Air

Repudiate the Anti-Police Narrative — Heather Mad Donald, City Journal

7 Films the Woke Mob Will Be After Next — Rick Moran, PJMedia

Seattle ‘Autonomous Zone Now Has A ‘Heavily Armed’ Warlord; Trump Dunks On ‘Clueless’ Governor — ZeroHedge

72 hours after the establishment of the #CapitalHillAutonomousZone, there are apparently already food shortages — Andy Ngo, Twitter

Out-of-Touch Washington Gov Somehow Clueless About ‘Anarchist’-Occupied ‘Autonomous Zone’ — Commentary, Western Journal

Insane: Here Are the ‘Demands’ of Seattle’s ‘Autonomous Zone’ Anarchists — Guy Benson, Town Hall

Begging the Mob’s Forgiveness Doesn’t Work — Kyle Smith, National Review

Minneapolis Man Who Watched His Business Burn Says He’s Leaving. History Suggests More Will Follow — Jon Miltimore, Foundation for Economic Education

Still Viral

Judge Nap Explains Why Many State Governors May Resist Pressure For New Lockdowns — Daily Caller

Climate might help predict COVID-19 spread, study says — United Press International

De Blasio: Playgrounds Pose Greater Health Risk Than Mass Demonstrations — Washington Free Beacon

Misc

Memo to Small Business: We’re from the government and we’re here to help — Rowena Itchon, Pacific Research Institute

Cleveland Obliterates the Central Bank Conceit of Monetary Fabulists — John Tamny, RealClearMarkets

Chris Cuomo not prepared for a Georgia voting official who came on his show dishing facts about alleged ‘voter suppression’ — The Blaze

Let the Unemployment Benefits Expire — Veronique de Rugy, American Institute for Economic Research

Climate Extremism is Dividing Democrats — InsideSources

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