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What We’re Reading Today: Another Stimulus?, Economy’s Pre-COVID Surge, Pollster Says 2020 Looks Tight . . . And More

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Some headlines that caught our eye.

Politics And COVID-19

Another casualty of the coronavirus pandemic: Trust in government science — Washington Post

Trump, Pelosi Spar Over Stimulus as Aide Questions Deal Need — Bloomberg, Via Yahoo Finance

Kudlow: Stimulus Deal Can Be Reached — One America New

Now You Tell Us: World Health Organization Now Says Lockdowns Are Bad — RedState

Int’l Effort to Find Virus’ Origin is Being Held Up by China — CNSNews

Economy And COVID

$68,703: Before COVID-19, Median Household Income Set Record in 2019 — CNSNews

Don’t give up on a 2nd stimulus check — here’s the possible timing — MoneyWise, Via Yahoo Finance

Huh? Biden Hits Donald Trump for ‘Shutting Down’ Country over Coronavirus — Breitbart

Barrett Supreme Court Nomination

Barrett to Senators: Courts ‘Should Not Try’ to Make Policy’ — Newsmax

Come on, Man: Biden Says GOP Efforts to Confirm Barrett Are ‘Not Constitutional’ — PJ Media

Election 2020

Democrats Hold More than 2-to-1 Lead in Early Ballots — Newsmax

Biden: Voters have no right to know my position on court-packing — American Thinker

The Powerful Norm of Accepting the Results of a Presidential Election — Lawfare Blog, Via Instapundit

New Pew Poll Suggests Election Day 2020 Will Make Bush V. Gore Look Light ‘N Easy — The Federalist

Far Left’s Kulturkampf

Will the Cultural Revolution Be Canceled? — City Journal

The Cultural Roots of Conservatism — American Greatness

Russia Scandal Grows . . . And Grows

Trump Teases Release Of ‘Breathtaking’ Russia Probe Documents — Daily Caller

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