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What We’re Reading This Christmas: Politicizing COVID-19, Big Gov’t. Run Amok, Media Malfeasance . . . And More

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Some headlines that caught our eye.

Politics And COVID-19

The Perversion Of Science For COVID-19 — Ben Shapiro, CNSNews

If face masks really stop Covid, then why are so many of us still catching it? — U.K. Daily Mail

New COVID-19 Vaccines, Same Sluggish FDA — FDAReview.org

CDC came scarily close to adopting a plan that could have killed thousands of Americans — Persuasion, Via InstaPundit

Of Merit and Melanin: Identity Politics and the Balkanization of America — American Thinker

A Pandemic of Misinformation — Wall Street Journal

Big Gov’t. Is Bad Gov’t

How $10 Million for Gender Programs in Pakistan Got Tied to a COVID Relief Bill — Foundation for Economic Education

‘Smart Toilets,’ Afghan Book Clubs, and Lizard Treadmills: Rand Paul’s Report Exposes $55 Billion in Government Waste — Foundation for Economic Education, via InstaPundit

Democrats Hop on Board Trump’s $2,000 Stimulus Check Bandwagon — PJ Media

Big Tech, Big Media

WaPo: Inside Facebook’s Campaign to Battle Antitrust Lawsuits — Breitbart.com

A Year’s Worth of Media Malfeasance — Patriot Post

That Voter Fraud Thing…

Donald Trump Pardons Fifteen Americans Including George Papadopoulos — Breitbart.com

More GOP Lawmakers Join Effort to Challenge Electoral College — NewsMax

All About Smartmatic — American Thinker

The Biggest Political Blunder in American History — American Thinker

‘Edupocalypse’ Just Got Real

Biden’s Choice For Education Secretary Mandated Critical Race Theory for High Schools — PJ Media

Losing a Generation: Across the Country, a Frightening Number of Students Are Receiving Failing Grades — PJ Media

Your Electric-Car Future?

Toyota’s President Says Electric Vehicles Are Overhyped — The American Experiment

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