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What We’re Reading Today: Huntergate Goes Massive, Googlebusters, Killing The Constitution … And More

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Some headlines that caught our eye.

Election 2020

Which candidate is working harder to win the White House? It’s not even close  — Andrew Malcolm, McClatchy

Trump Plans To Do 5 Rallies A Day Leading Up To The Election — Daily Caller

GOP Pollster Luntz: Trump Campaign Worst He’s Ever Seen — Newsmax

Rapper 50 Cent Backs Trump After Seeing Biden’s Tax Plan: ‘I’m Out’ — Billboard

The Hidden Factors That Could Lead to a Biden Defeat — Politico

Trump Vs. Biden Race Tightens, Suddenly Looks Like 2016 In Latest IBD/TIPP Presidential Poll — Investor’s Business Daily

USA Today breaks tradition by endorsing Joe Biden — Axios

Former RNC chairman endorses Biden with two weeks left in the election — CNN

The Big Role That Big Donors Still Play, Quietly, for Joe Biden — New York Times

Key swing states vulnerable to mail slowdowns, data show — Washington Post


Documents appear to show Hunter Biden’s signature on $85 receipt for repair of laptops left at Delaware store at center of email scandal — Daily Mail

NY Post story goes massive on social media despite crackdowns  —  Axios

Majority of likely voters believe Biden had conflict of interest involving Ukraine oversight, son — Just the News

Big Tech

U.S. to Accuse Google of Protecting Illegal Monopoly  —  New York Times

How does Google’s monopoly hurt you? Try these searches. — Washington Post


Massive V-Shaped Recovery Testament to Economy’s Strength — Brian Wesbury, RealClearPolitics

Biden’s 7 economic deadly sins — Stephen Moore, Creators

Biden’s Health Care Plans Would Spell End of Private Insurance — Daily Signal

Supreme Court

51% in U.S. Want Amy Coney Barrett Seated on Supreme Court — Gallup

Senate Republicans announce constitutional amendment to block court packing — Washington Times

Cancel Culture Targets the Constitution

The Constitution is strangling America — The Week


Arthritis drug effective for COVID-19 patients, study shows — USA Today


Portland Erects Statue In Honor Of Antifa Rioters Who Tore Down All The Statues — Babylon Bee

Not Satire

“We want law and order”: Minneapolis residents sue over shrinking police resources — Hot Air

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