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What We’re Reading Today: Herd Immunity Still Elusive, Libertarians For Trump, de Blasio’s New York Squalor … And More

Some headlines that caught our eye.

The Virus

COVID-19’s Long-Term Effects Raise the Stakes of the Game — Henry I. Miller, Human Events

New Study: COVID Infected only 1 – 7% of US population in April. Herd Immunity still far off — JoNova

Fauci Finally, Falsely, Invokes the ‘Spanish Flu’ — Michael Fumento, American Spectator

Election 2020

Here’s How the GOP Can Make Inroads With Hispanics — American Greatness

Why Libertarians Should Vote For Trump In 2020 — Manhattan Contrarian

Joe Biden’s Plagiarism Problem — RealClearPolitics


Executive Order On Drug Price Controls Would Backfire — Sally Pipes, Forbes

Aha! ‘Renewable energy’ is only (kind of) renewable electricity — Ronald Stein, CFACT

Freedom to Deface: Mayor de Blasio accommodates vandals who make the city uglier — Heather Mac Donald, City Journal

A Free Press No More: Thoughts on America’s Enslaved Journalists — Jeff Minick, Intellectual Takeout

Freeways: The Egalitarian Transportation — The Antiplanner

The Economics of Cancel Culture — Veronique de Rugy, Reason

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