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What We’re Reading This Weekend: Trump Options Narrow, Biden Mocks Reporter, Campus Insanity … And More

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Election Updates

FEC Chairman: Trump campaign bringing ‘legitimate accusations’ of election fraud to court — Just the News

Georgia Gov. Kemp Certifies Election, Cementing Biden Victory — Daily Caller

It’s time for Trump to concede and move on  — Washington Examiner

Trump options narrow as Michigan backs Biden win — BBC

A Primer on Georgia’s Senate Runoffs — RealClearPolitics

Trump ‘Sabotage’?

How Trump is sabotaging Biden — and America — CNN

Here Are Just 10 of the Wild Conspiracy Theories the Left (and Media) Have Tarred Trump With for More Than 4 Years — PJ Media

Unity Update

Dem lawmakers, progressive groups push Biden to bypass Congress to forgive student loan debt — Just the News

Biden has some Roman Catholics worried his policies would betray Church’s ‘fundamental values’ — Fox News

Joe Biden mocked a reporter who shouted out a question on Covid-19 and schools as his team rushed the press out the door — Twitchy

This Week In Campus Insanity Vol. 20 — Washington Free Beacon

COVID Follies

How Much Does a Mask Protect You? The Jury’s Still Out — Medscape

Sheriffs not enforcing Newsom’s coronavirus curfew, won’t ‘make criminals’ of law-abiding citizens — Fox News

Our hypocritical leaders refuse to obey their own COVID-19 rules  —  New York Post

Unnecessary State Reviews of COVID-19 Vaccines Could Delay Distribution. — Human Events

Thank Free Markets

Something to be thankful for: Adjusted for inflation (and the cost in hours worked) the cost of Thanksgiving dinner this year has never been lower — Mark Perry, Carpe Diem

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