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What We’re Reading Today: Biden Bumbles, Virus Fears, Campus Indoctrination … And More

Some headlines that caught our eye.

Sleepy Joe

Biden Again Quotes Chinese Dictator Chairman Mao In Campaign Appearance — Daily Caller

Joe Biden’s doddering interviews prove he may not be all there — Miranda Devine, New York Post

BidenWatch — Battleswarm Blog

The Big Scare

‘Get On With Your Lives!’ – Oxford Professor Says ‘People Have Become Overly Frightened’ Of COVID-19 — ZeroHedge

The parents are not all right: The experiences of parenting during a pandemic — American Enterprise Institute

Maine governor orders restaurant servers to wear ‘dog collars’ under bizarre COVID-19 guidelines — Post Millennial

Edu-doctrination

Making Marx Proud: Today’s Campus Lunacy — Larry Reed, Intellectual Takeout

University asks students to ‘pledge to practice antiracist behaviors’ in full-throated endorsement of BLM movement — Campus Reform

The case of Carlin Romano gets a perfect score on the cancel culture checklist (and that’s not a good thing) — Foundation for Individual Rights in Education

Misc

Trump Expected to Stick to Twin Themes of Reopening and Private School Choice at This Week’s Republican National Convention — Linda Jacobson, The 74 Million

GOP health care alternatives – convention a chance to present these smart options — Sally Pipes, Fox News

Dismiss The Federal Reserve Alarmism, There’s No Such Thing As ‘Dollar Shortages’ — John Tamny, Forbes

Another ‘Last Chance’ To Save World From Global Warming — Watts Up With That

The Things Not Said: What Do Democrats Have to Hide? — Frank Miele, RealClearPolitics

The Burning of Minneapolis — Tablet

Andrew Cuomo’s Book Deal and Why the Worst Rise to the Top in Politics — Brad Palumbo, Foundation for Economic Education

When You Say Yes to Hate: Dispatch From Portland — Reason

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