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What We’re Reading Today: Trump Signs Relief Bill, Fauci’s Fibs, Culture War Revs Up . . . And More

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Some headlines that caught our eye.

The Politics Of COVID-19 Relief

Trump Signs “Red-Lined” Chinese COVID-19 Stimulus Bill, Asks Congress to Remove Wasteful Spending — PJ Media

House Approves $2,000 Coronavirus Aid Checks Sought by Trump — NewsMax

COVID-19: How Bad Is It, And Is Fauci A Fibber?

Hypersensitive COVID tests, ‘sick’ fruit, and the mendacious Dr. Fauci — American Thinker

Marco Rubio: Can’t Trust Dr. Anthony Fauci – He Is a Liar —

Beijing Faces Yet Another Coronavirus Outbreak After Declaring Victory —

Studies find having COVID-19 may protect against reinfection —

2021: Let The Predictions Begin . . .

Five trends that will shape America in 2021 — Axios

Good bet: Our hopes for 2021 won’t be fulfilled by a politician, but by us — Washington Examiner

Will Cities Survive 2020? —

What the economy needs after COVID-19 (and what it won’t get from Joe Biden) — USA Today

GOP Is Now Trump’s Party

Rasmussen: 72% of Republicans See Trump as Model for Party’s Future —

Trump Issues School Choice Executive Order, But Public School Advocates Predict Biden Will Revoke Pandemic-Driven Measure —

America’s Culture War

Did Americans Come to Love Big Brother? — American Greatness

Three Great Americans We Lost In 2020 — American Greatness

Beware: New Civics Mandates Will Be Woke — National Review

2020 Election Fraud, Runoff Election

27 Ways to Convince People You Rigged an Election — The Torch

Nearly 2.1 million have voted early in U.S. Senate runoff in Georgia — Reuters

Why Sidney Powell gets the Galileo treatment — American Thinker, via

What Denying Election Fraud Accomplishes — American Thinker

Nashville Bomber

Feds Use DNA Testing To Identify Anthony Q. Warner As Nashville Bomber — Daily Caller

Authorities Close Road, Pull Over Truck For Playing Suspicious Audio Near Nashville — Daily Wire

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