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What We’re Reading This Weekend: RBG RIP, Biden’s Lie, Disappearing Middle Class … And More

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Ginsburg, RIP

Ginsburg Leaves Liberal Legacy After Decades on Supreme Court — Daily Signal

Donald Trump to put forth nominee to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in coming days: Sources  —  ABC News

McConnell: Trump’s Supreme Court nominee ‘will receive a vote on the floor of the United States Senate’  —  Fox News

Election 2020

Biden outperforming Clinton in polls at same stage of 2016 race — Washington Times

Biden Faces Enthusiasm Gap as He Seeks to Flip States Like Arizona — Financial Times

Democrats on edge as Biden readies to go after Trump at debate == The Hill

Biden Resurrects False Claim That Helped Ruin ’88 Run — The Federalist

An Evenly Divided Senate Looks Increasingly Likely After November — Politico

True Leadership

Biden on fracking: I won’t close it down, but I won’t let it continue either  — Hot Air

Riots

Is Beijing Funding Riots in America? It’s Time to Investigate — Daily Signal

Yeah, That’ll Work

New Jersey to enact ‘Millionaires Tax,’ as state revenue drops by $10 billion amid coronavirus — Just the News

Liberal Racism

Education Dept. Opens Racism Investigation Into Princeton — Washington Examiner

Fact Check

Washington Post, mainstream media pans Biden claim Trump could have stopped all coronavirus deaths — Just the News

Scandals

Hunter Biden Offered D.C. Access to Chinese Company in Exchange for Investments — Washington Free Beacon

Media Bias

NY Post Found Trump Received Five Times More Questions From Reporters Than Biden in Two Months — Legal Insurrection

Misc

Animated chart of the day: America’s middle-class is disappearing…. but it’s because they’re moving up, NOT down! — Mark Perry, AEI

The Totalitarian Tendencies of the Woke — Karl Zinsmeister, RealClearPolitics

Satire

Biden Forgets To Put On Clothes, Media Praises His Majestic Outfit — Babylon Bee

Kamala Harris Accidentally Touts The ‘Soros/Harris Administration’ — The Glorious American

ICYMI: Our Top 5 Stories of the Week

Democratic Derangement: Party ‘Games’ A Possible Coup If Trump Wins In November

Is The Coronavirus Crisis Finally Over? A Nobel Laureate Says It Might Be

It’s Official: Trump Unleashed A Middle-Class Boom That Benefited Women, Minorities Most

Is Trump ‘Growing In Office’? Let’s Hope Not

Why Election Day 2020 Might Go Down In History As Riot Night 2020

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