Required Reading – November 19 Afternoon Update

By | 2018-11-19T00:55:09+00:00 November 19th, 2018|
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Required reading from around the web of the best, most interesting, or most though provoking things we’ve read:

Miller & Varney: Republican activists claim 15 ballot box tags as proof of Florida election fraud

“Bikers for Trump leader Chris Cox bustled through the throng of protesters at the Broward County elections office at the heart of the Florida recount fandango, drawing attention to colored zip-tie tags found on the ground near the building’s loading dock. Mr. Cox and a crowd of Republican activists are convinced that the 15 red and orange tags were cut off ballot boxes before the votes reached the election office, which could be a violation of state law, evidence of vote tampering or nothing at all.”

Read more at the Washington Times.

 

Greenfield: Democracy Dies in a Leftist Coup

“The best midterms that San Francisco donors could buy. Senate Democrats picked up $220 million in out-of-state donations these midterms. That huge pile of cash also amounted to sixty percent of their haul. The majority of Dem Senate cash came from donors who weren’t living in the states they were running in, but who were trying to buy elections for them. It’s not just Senate races being bought up by out-of-state donors. 45% of House Dem money came from out-of-state donors. And when they didn’t succeed in buying a local election the first time, they just kept on pouring in more money into a district until they got their way.”

Read more at Front Page Mag.

 

Shapiro: Here’s The Biggest Problem In American Government. No One’s Going To Deal With It.

Thanks to the weakness of the global economy in the aftermath of the 2007-2008 financial crisis, tremendous appetite for American debt shielded us from the fallout from our $20 trillion debt – but that could soon be ending. When it does, there will be fiscal hell to pay. The Congressional Budget Office estimates interest spending will rise to $915 billion by 2028, or 13% of all outlays and 3.1% of gross domestic product. Along that path, the government is expected to pass the following milestones: . . .

Read more at Daily Wire.

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