Required Reading – August 27 Evening Update

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

Lifson: Australia’s Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull out of office over foisting expensive ‘green’ power on his nation

“Devotion to the global warming fraud has driven from office the head of government of a major democracy. Facing a no confidence vote from the Liberal Party (which is actually what passes for a conservative party in Australia – the Labor Party is the leftist party Down Under), Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull resigned: . . . There is little doubt that green energy policies cost Turnbull his office.  There has been widespread dissatisfaction over electricity prices that have skyrocketed as a result of the closure of coal-fired power plants (Australia is a major coal exporter) and replacement with unreliable green energy (that has caused major blackouts).”

Read more at American Thinker.

Floresca: Instructor tries to quarantine gun owners in back of class

“A teaching assistant at the University of Utah tried to create a ‘Second Amendment zone’ in a classroom, forcing students who legally carry to stand in a tiny, taped-off area with no desk during class.  A concerned student brought the matter to a Utah state representative, who then publicized the issue, prompting university officials to overrule the instructor and reassign them to non-teaching duties for the rest of the semester.”

Read more at Campus Reform.

Saavedra: WATCH: CNN Asks Americans About Cohen, Manafort. Doesn’t Go As Planned

“CNN traveled to a county in North East Pennsylvania that voted for former President Barack Obama twice and asked voters what they thought about the recent legal drama facing the Trump administration surrounding Paul Manafort and Michael Cohen. The voters did not care.”

Watch Video at Daily Wire.

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