Required Reading – July 26 Afternoon Update

Required reading from around the web of the best, most interesting, or most though provoking things we’ve read:

Von Spakovsky: The Clinton State Department’s Major Security Breach That Everyone Is Ignoring

“The media, however, virtually ignored another exchange between Gohmert and Strzok that revealed a potential bombshell. Gohmert asked Strzok about his meeting in 2016 with Frank Rucker and Janette McMillan, an investigator and lawyer, respectively, for then-Intelligence Community Inspector General Chuck McCullough (an Obama appointee). McCullough sent them to see Strzok, who was the FBI’s deputy assistant director for the Counterintelligence Division, to brief him and three other FBI personnel about an ‘anomaly’ that their forensic analysis had found in Clinton’s server.”

Read more at Heritage.

Piro: Today’s universities promote meaningless sex. A new book argues they should teach students how to date.

“Nowadays, colleges teach students how to have sex, and encourage meaningless hookups. They host ‘Sex Weeks’ and how-to workshops. They tout porn as healthy. They dismiss the importance of traditional marriage and families. They offer birth control and Plan B in vending machines. But should they? One new book offers a different take: Why not teach students how to date? ‘Suppose the college campuses had a different approach,’ said Mona Charen, author of ‘Sex Matters: How Modern Feminism Lost Touch with Science, Love, and Common Sense.'”

Read more at The College Fix.

York: Why Is Mueller Handing Off Key Cases?

“Something has been going on with Robert Mueller’s investigation of people thought to have played significant roles in the Trump-Russia affair. The special counsel, assigned to investigate ‘any links and/or coordination between the Russian government and individuals associated with the campaign of President Donald Trump,’ has been farming out seemingly important parts of the investigation to offices outside his own.”

Read more at Town Hall.

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