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What We’re Reading Today: Ruled By Experts, Biden’s Energy Joke, White Leftist Privilege … And More

Some headlines that caught our eye.

The Virus

Coronavirus lockdown benefits remain dubious as costs continue to mount — Sally Pipes, Fox News

‘Rule by Experts’ Is Tyranny Shrouded in Science — Tabitha Alloway, Foundation for Economic Education

Coronavirus self-test kiosk opens at L.A.’s Union Station; no appointment needed — KTLA

Election 2020

The effort to stop President Trump is growing comical — Victor Davis Hanson, American Greatness

The Biden Energy Plan Is A Joke — Manhattan Contrarian

Rule or Riot – Democrats have a plan: threaten their way into the White House — Washington Free Beacon

Madness

University to remove World War II murals because they show too many white people — College Fix

Harvard Researcher Blames Right Wing Media for Creating Narrative of Left-Wing Riots — Mike LaChance, Legal Insurrection

Call to ban new roads to fight ‘climate change’ — Climate Depot

Matters Of Faith

Ancient Secular Historians Explode The Recurring Myth That Jesus Never Actually Existed — HillFaith

Education Dept. issues important new free speech and religious liberty regulations — Foundation for Individual Rights in Education

The Trouble With Christian Leftism — First Things

Misc

Government Spending Is the Enemy of Progress — Adam Brandon and John Tamny, RealClearMarkets

A Conservative Opening on Urban Policy — City Journal

End White Leftist Privilege Now — Steven Hayward, Power Line

Satire

California Looter Frustrated His New TV Requires Electricity To Work — Babylon Bee

CNN: Trump Would Refuse To Leave Office If Biden Loses — The Glorious American

Dr. Fauci announces retirement from NIAID to become Major League Baseball Pitching Coach — Gomer Blog

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