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What We’re Reading Today: Biden Can’t Lead, Loses His Mind, Runs For Reelection … And More

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Some headlines that caught our eye.

Biden Bumbles

Biden Flip Flops on COVID-19 Prove He’s Incapable of Leading During the Pandemic — PJ Media

Joe Biden continues to lose notes, mind — Howie Carr, Boston Herald

Biden ‘sounding increasingly vague and confused’ — Sky News Australia (video)

Joe Biden thinks he’s running for reelection — YouTube (video)

Misc

When You Confront a Difficult Dilemma, Give Bioethicists a Pass — Henry I. Miller and Andrew I. Fillat, Human Events

Medicare for none – these are the reforms we need to keep program solvent — Sally Pipes, Fox News

Newsom vows to fast track toward Germany’s failed climate goals — Ronald Stein, Fox & Hounds

Scientific American Goes Full Anti-Science — Manhattan Contrarian

Biden’s economy would be too much like Europe’s — Peter Morici, MarketWatch

San Francisco’s Deathly Compassion — Erica Sandberg, City Journal

New York City needs more neighborhoods in revolt against City Hall — Nicole Gelinas, New York Post

Sweden shows lockdowns were unnecessary – No wonder public health officials hate it — Washington Examiner

Satire

Checking Out the New Menu at Riotous Night Out Restaurant — The (Conservative) Maestro

Democrats Reveal They Have Planted Dynamite All Around Nation And Will Blow It Up If Biden Isn’t Elected — Babylon Bee

As Ratings Slide, NFL Asks Tucker Carlson To Perform Super Bowl Half Time Show — The Glorious American

Odd News

Rooftop alphorns power virus-safe concert in Germany — Associated Press

88-year-old man will walk final mile to total Earth’s circumference — United Press International

Secret Gyms And The Economics Of Prohibition — National Public Radio

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