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What We’re Reading This Weekend (Part 2): ‘Japanese Boy’, Russian Bounty Hoax, Backflippin’ Biden … And More

Two Girls Reading (c. 1890–1891) by Pierre-Auguste Renoir

We Warned You

The Pandemic Remade Society. Now It’s the Climate’s Turn — Yahoo News

House Will Vote on Whether to Make Washington D.C. a State Tuesday — Breitbart

Border Crisis

Fauci admits Biden administration is flouting CDC guidance in border facilities — Just the News

Cancel Biden

Biden calls Masters golf champion Matsuyama, 29, ‘a Japanese boy’ — Washington Times

Media Malpractice

The New York Times’ ‘Russian Bounties’ Story Just Unraveled. — PJ Media

Media critics erupt after Russia bounty story fizzles: ‘Nonsense from the beginning’ — Fox News

Biden’s Decisive Leadership

Biden administration may keep refugee cap at Trump’s level, though it says final number will come next month — Washington Post

After Blowback From Allies, WH Says Biden Will Move to Lift Trump’s Refugee Caps Next Month — Newsmax

Not Your Parents’ Democratic Party

AOC: Why are we letting nine justices tell Congress what it can and can’t do? — Hot Air

Pskai: Biden ‘Proud to Have’ UN Ambassador Who Called U.S. Founding Principles Racist — Legal Insurrection

Michigan Moving To Make ‘Emergency’ COVID-19 Mandates Permanent — Reason

Humor

Mayor reminds citizens to wear BLM gear when burning city so the FBI won’t investigate — Genesius Times

Popular New Mask Reads ‘I’m Not A Democrat, I Just Forgot To Take Off My Mask When I Left The Store’ — Babylon Bee

Footage Of Joe Biden Talking About Kids Touching His Leg Hair Used To Slow Migrant Surge — The Glorious American

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

  1. CEOs’ Surrender To The Mobocrats On The Left Will End Poorly
  2. Why Is Everyone Swallowing Biden’s Lies?
  3. Are You Ready For Biden’s Ban On Gas-Powered Cars?
  4. National Geographic’s Pollution Of Scientific Discourse
  5. ‘Vaccine Passports’: A Trojan Horse To Further Shrink Your Rights?



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