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What We’re Reading This Weekend: Economy Stupid, Poll Wars, Border Wall … And More

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Economy

Trump Touts “Blockbuster” Growth, Biden Says U.S. in “Deep Hole” — Reuters

Biden tax proposal might hit wealthy estates with 67% rate — Fox Business

Dire Rates: The Biden Tax Plan — National Review

Poll Wars

Trump Vs. Biden Poll: Joe Biden’s Lead Grows, But Here’s The Surprise In IBD/TIPP Presidential Poll — Investor’s Business Daily

Brexit architect Nigel Farage: Mainstream media using polls to suppress Trump turnout — Just the News

Michael Moore says ignore polls: Trump ‘an evil genius and he’s smarter than all of us’ — Washington Times

Positive Trump polls spark polling circle debate — The Hill

Why ‘Shy Trump Voters’ Are Likely to Shock the World Again — PJ Media

Trump’s chances hinge on a polling screw-up way worse than 2016 — Politico

Huntergate

DOJ Official Confirms FBI Money Laundering Probe Into Hunter Biden — KTUL

Mail Fraud

Postal worker arrested for delaying mail during election season — Washington Times

Appeals Court Strikes Down Minnesota Dems’ Mail-In Scheme — Washington Free Beacon

More than 230 election-related federal lawsuits have been filed already. A look at each state. — USA Today

Border Wall

DHS marks nearly 400 miles of border wall: ‘More secure now than at any time in our history’ — Washington Times

EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Take An Aerial Tour Of The Border Wall On A Black Hawk Helicopter — Daily Caller

Go Figure

With No Commute, Americans Simply Worked More During Coronavirus  —  Wall Street Journal

Misc

Biden Pledges to Gut Religious Freedom Protections, Saying They Give ‘Hate’ a ‘Safe Harbor’ — PJ Media

Trump supporter follows Biden campaign bus all over Houston in hearse called the ‘Democrat Cemetery Vote Collector.’ — Not the Bee

GOP increasingly worried about losing Senate control — Los Angeles Times

NY Post: Twitter “running a blackmail operation” with our account — Hot Air

ICYMI: The Top 5 Articles on I&I This Week

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  2. Christiane Amanpour Gives The Game Away On Media Blackout Of Biden Scandal
  3. Biden Looked Normal At The Debates, So Why Does He Appear Senile At Most Other Times?
  4. Left’s Post-Election Agenda: More Riots, ‘Truth Commissions,’ Other Punishment For Their Foes — That Means You
  5. Is America Going To Let The Party Of Riots, Re-education Camps, Coups, Intolerance And Segregation Win The White House Tuesday?

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