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TOP TEN HEADLINES WE ARE UNLIKELY TO READ IN THE NEW YORK TIMES THIS MONTH:

 

 

10.   BOOMING ECONOMY ALLOWS PRESIDENT TO ADDRESS U. N. DELEGATES FROM POSITION OF STRENGTH

 

 9.   DOGGED BY MULTIPLE CORRUPTION SCANDALS, GOVERNOR CUOMO MUDDLES ON

 

 8.   LEGAL SCHOLARS POINT TO AN EMERGING CONSTITUTIONAL MAJORITY ON COURT, DISCOURAGING PROGRESSIVE JUDICIAL ADVENTURISM

 

 7.   STUDY POINTS TO INCREASED VIOLENCE IN STATES WITH MORE RESTRICTIVE FIREARMS POLICIES

 

 6.   COLDER WEATHER FOUND TO BE IMMATERIAL IN EXODUS FROM NEW YORK AND OTHER HIGH TAX STATES

 

 5.  CONSENSUS ON HIS  FAILURES AS SAN FRANCISCO MAYOR PROVING NO LIABILITY AS EXTREMIST GAVIN NEWSOM LEADS IN CAMPAIGN FOR CALIFORNIA GOVERNOR

 

 4.  DOJ OFFICIALS PROVIDE NO EXPLANATION FOR STONEWALLING CONGRESS ON REQUESTED COMMUNICATIONS AND OTHER MATERIALS

 

 3.   VENEZUELAN LEADERS, DESPITE GROWING SCARCITIES AND WEEKLY RIOTS, PRESS FOR ECONOMIC POLICIES URGED BY  U.S. SENATORS SANDERS AND WARREN

 

 2.  DeBLASIO E-MAILS OBTAINED THROUGH FREEDOM OF INFORMATION SUIT PAINT PICTURE OF ARROGANT, ISOLATED MAYOR OF NEW YORK

 

…and the NUMBER ONE HEADLINE WE ARE UNLIKELY TO READ in the NEW YORK TIMES THIS MONTH is:

 

 1.  FAILURE TO PROVIDE CORROBORATION BY DR. JONES ENABLES JUDGE KAVANAUGH TO MOUNT PERSUASIVE REBUTTAL

 

 

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