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What We’re Reading Today: NFL Player Not-So-Woke, California Suicide, The Price Of Riots … And More

Some headlines that caught our eye.

Election 2020

‘In about a week we’re going to learn a whole lot more of … Biden’s unfitness for office’ — Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Joe Biden’s agenda is frighteningly expensive — Henry Olsen, Washington Post

Biden says he believes president has ‘legal authority’ to implement mask mandate — ABC News

Biden’s dangerous view of ‘normalcy’ — Ryan Girdusky, The Hill

Joining Joe Biden in mid-babble — Howie Carr, Boston Herald

Inspiring

NFL Player Bucks Teammates By Honoring Vet, Not Drive-By Shooter — Power Line

BLM protesters charged after video shows them cursing diners — Fox News

Georgia Tech to pay $50K, improve free speech policy in legal ‘win’ for pro-life students — The College Fix

America’s middle class is disappearing … but it’s because they’re moving up, NOT down! — Mark J. Perry

Misc

Against Wokeness: Conservatives must understand the threat posed by critical race theory — Christopher F. Rufo, City Journal

Just What Is It That Judy Shelton’s Critics Are So Afraid Of? — John Tamny, RealClearMarkets

California Cheats Charter School Students of Funding Again — Lance Izumi, Fox & Hounds

The Same Old, Same Old California Suicide — Victor Davis Hanson, National Review

BLM Riots Could Cost Insurance Companies Up to $2 Billion — Legal Insurrection

Satire … Or Real News?

Columbia University Distributes Microaggression Whistles To Student Body — Babylon Bee

Minneapolis City Council members complain about city’s crime wave after proposing to defund police — Disrn

Stanford Journalism Professor Rejects Objectivity In Journalism — Jonathan Turley

Biden Waves To Empty Field, CBS Caught Changing Photo Into Him Surfing — The Glorious American

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