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It’s a strange world we live in when liberal opponents of Amy Coney Barrett as a Supreme Court justice use her Catholic faith as a way to go after her. #TrishIntel 

Schumer and Pelosi-Aligned Groups Funnel Millions in Secret Cash Into 2020 Elections

Gerrymandering can discriminate on the basis of party, race or other pieces of identity politics. Watch this to find out how gerrymandering works and why one expert called it "the biggest and boldest investment in modern American politics."

Samsung’s Galaxy Note smartphones have always been known for on-the-go productivity, but now we’re not going anywhere. @JoannaStern  looks at how Samsung changed the phone and its promotional messages due to Covid-19. #WSJWhatsNow 

Why is the SC like the budget deficit? Not a trick question. There's actually a strong parallel: in both cases Republicans claimed absolute allegiance to a supposed principle; in both cases they instantly abandoned said principle as soon as it was politically advantageous 1/

"Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg fought to the end, through her cancer, with unwavering faith in our democracy and its ideals. That’s how we remember her." @BarackObama  had this and more to say about the late #SCOTUS  Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Behind the rise of viral earworms on TikTok, whose musical DNA and culture of repetition often leads to the same songs being reused again and again in videos @velasharaptor  / Slate)

Bespoke Brunch Reads is our Sunday round-up of what we've been reading this week:

Does Wearing Glasses Protect You From Coronavirus? - The New York Times

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