Reader's and Listener's Digest - July 2022
I thought I’d share eight interesting pieces of analysis, news and commentary I’ve recently come across on issues related to a free and flourishing society. As always, inclusion in this list just means the item is educational and stimulating, not that I sign off wholeheartedly on every single claim made. Enjoy!
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1. The French are fed up with Macron’s Covid tyranny: His plans to bring back vaccine passports have been soundly defeated.
- Charles Devellennes on Spiked
French president Emmanuel Macron has suffered his first parliamentary defeat of the new term. A bill intended to reinforce Covid restrictions ahead of the autumn was rejected by the three main opposition parties. This is a major setback for a president who has grown all too used to getting his way.
Twitter Inc will get an October trial in its legal fight to hold Elon Musk to his $44 billion takeover, after a Delaware judge said on Tuesday the social media company deserved a quick resolution of the deal's uncertainty.
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