Tuesday News Executive Summary
BSA bankruptcy, Obama takes credit, Bloomberg to debate, and more.
Above the Fold
THE CONSEQUENCES OF CULTURAL DECAY: The Boy Scouts of America has filed for bankruptcy, a sign of the century-old organization’s financial instability as it faces some 300 lawsuits from men who say they were sexually abused as scouts. (NPR)
“A DECADE OF ECONOMIC GROWTH”: Barack Obama tries to take credit for Donald Trump’s economy (The Daily Wire)
FOR THE RECORD: Did Obama’s stimulus work? (Bongino.com)
Government & Politics
GRAB THE POPCORN: Racially insensitive elitist Michael Bloomberg makes debate stage, facing bellicose Democrat rivals for first time (AP)
SHADY: Bloomberg funding network of climate lawyers inside state AG offices (Fox News)
MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE: Reporter who caught Bill Clinton and Loretta Lynch in their tarmac meeting says, “There’s so much that doesn’t add up” (RedState)
FOREIGN COLLUSION: Democrat senators reportedly held secret meeting in Munich with Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif (The Federalist)
Environment & Economy
SHRINKING DEMAND: Apple says coronavirus will stunt its quarterly earnings (National Review)
UAE GOES NUCLEAR: First nuclear reactor in Arab nation cleared to begin operation (Washington Examiner)
POLICY: Social Security is a terrible “investment” (Mises Institute)
POLICY: How to rein in China? The Middle East offers clues (American Enterprise Institute)
HUMOR: Bloomberg stops by Daytona 500 to hand out speeding tickets (The Babylon Bee)
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