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What We’re Reading This Weekend: GameStomp, Unity Update, PETA-Approved Insults … And More

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GameStomp

Robinhood Is Right to Save Day Traders From Themselves — Bloomberg

GameStop Insurgency Latest Rebellion Against “Big Guys” — New York Post

Google Helps Robinhood’s Rating by Deleting 100,000 Negative Reviews — The Verge

Don’t Freak Out About GameStop — Reason

Bidenomics

Stocks Drop in Market’s Worst Week Since Late October — New York Times

TDS

Washington Post writer says Trump should never be allowed to have a presidential library — Just the News

Governor Cuomo blames growing scandal over underreported nursing home COVID deaths on Trump — Fox News

Growing evidence Capitol assault was planned weakens incitement case against Trump, experts say — Just the News

Unity Update

Alexandria O-Cortez accuses Senator Cruz of attempted murder — Independent Sentinel

Biden White House Throws Tantrum at ‘New York Times’ for Mildly Criticizing the Number of Executive Orders — PJ Media

Vaccination Chaos in California Fuels Push to Recall Gov. Newsom — Kaiser Health News

Climate ‘Crisis’

Good News: Pentagon Has Gone Full On Climate Cult — The Pirate Cove

Let them eat solar panels — Powerline

Swamp Thing

Pelosi’s big Tesla stock buy raises ethics questions — Washington Times

Big Tech

Apple comes out swinging against Facebook over data privacy — CNET News

Satire

‘I’ve Been Shot!’ Screams AOC As Ted Cruz Greets Her With Set Of Friendly Finger Guns — Babylon Bee

Biden Administration Suggests Pipeline Workers Learn To Blow Into Windmills — The Glorious American

Not Satire

PETA says to stop using animal names as insults toward humans — American Thinker

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

Biden’s Worst Executive Order Went Almost Entirely Unnoticed

The Conservative Purge Isn’t Over, It’s Just Getting Cranked Up

Blue States’ COVID Restrictions Are Killing Jobs, But Not The Virus

Meet Joe Biden, The Job Slayer

Democrats Want Biden To Be The Dictator They Said Trump Was

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