Presidential Biden's attempt to unilaterally cancel $400 billion of student debt is not only unfair to those who didn't have loans or paid them off, but exceeds his constitutional authority.—Michael
Giving it Away —Scott Johnson, Power Line
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More of Today’s Hand-Selected News and Opinion:
An Evil Culture Takes on a Life of Its Own —Andrew Klavan, The American Mind
College of the future — Jacob Howland, City Journal
A Long Countermarch Through Institutions? - Ben Weingarten, RCEd
Bo Snerdley’s Rush Hour -Chatting with Mark Steyn about Canadian Assisted Suicide
Progressive DC Government Turning City Into a Dystopia —John Feehery, The Hill
I'm Proof Dems Are Wrong To Call America Irredeemable -Sen. Tim Scott, NY Post
The Greatest Cover-up in Human History — Ben Shapiro, Jewish World Review
Fauci Has An 'Open Mind' on Lab Leak?! Let's Rewind the Tape —New York Post
Why I Stood Up to Disney —Gov. Ron DeSantis, Wall Street Journal
Biden's Growing Credibility Gap —Michael Boskin, Project Syndicate
Social Media Is a Major Cause of Mental Illness in Teen Girls —Jon Haidt, Substack
6 Ways the Censorship Complex Silences You —Margot Cleveland, The Federalist
On the Lighter Side:
The Earth is in Great Shape —John Hinderaker, Power Line
Southern California Covered in Six Feet of Global Warming Babylon Bee
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