Pete Buttigieg targeted in 'far-right smear,' new Green Zone Quarterly is out, and other headlines

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Trump and Dems apparently want to work together on a $2 t-t-t-t-trillion infrastructure plan.

GZQ: Our latest edition of Green Zone Quarterly is out! In this edition, "Flying High."


Venezuelan violence

Violent clashes in Venezuela left at least one dead and dozens wounded yesterday, according to the Washington Post. In a video, an armored vehicle can be seen running into a group of them.

Emperor's new groove
Japan has a new emperor: Naruhito. Related: What relevance does an emperor have in the 21st century? (Washington Post)

Spokane Rabbi Yisroel Hahn weighs in on Saturday's shooting at a California synagogue:
“We’ve gotten used to shootings" ... “We’ve gotten used to violence. We became numb. … Not that it’s not understandable, it’s human nature. We’re all guilty because we’ve gotten used to it, but it is very troubling.” (Spokesman-Review)

Far-right smear
2020 hopeful Pete Buttigieg, aka Mayor Pete, was targeted in smear campaign accusing him of assaulting a college student by "right-wing provocateurs," according to the Daily Beast and the Stranger.

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Quinn Welsch

Quinn Welsch is the copy editor of the Inlander.