The first is by Monica Showalter at American Thinker. The title doesn't do justice to the content. What the article is about is the coalition of street gangs and a faction of the radical Left that is behind the rioting in Chicago.
The article itself is heavily dotted with links to support its story line. The Left faction Showalter is talking about--no surprise--the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA), who now control six wards (all but one controlled by Hispanic aldermen). Mayor Lightfoot herself is far Left, but this is a power struggle between rival Left factions, and the DSA has enlisted the support of gangs, which is what is giving the riots the traction they've attained.
A couple years ago, I was struck by a long article that ran in Chicago Magazine in 2011, describing how Chicago's Democratic politicians are working hand in glove with Chicago's gangs. The fact that the police could never touch them based on their connections to Democratic political power was why Chicago's violence was so high.
If the situation was bad in 2011, imagine what it's like now. And you can also imagine that the DSA will be replicating these tactics around the country.
The second good read is by Don Surber: 25th Amendment won't save us. Surber is working off an article by Sally Zelikovsky that appeared at American Thinker, The Real Problem with Joe's Dementia.
What Surber does is argue that the notion that the Dems--in the unlikely event of a Biden victory--will probably not be able to pull off a quick switcheroo, dumping Slow Joe via the 25th amendment and substituting Kama Sutra. Here's a sample of his discussion, which I found fascinating:
More likely, he would serve 6 months or more as president. While the assumption is he would be a meat puppet for Obama, remember Zelikovsky's description of her father. Biden would be in charge and more likely in charge of his wife instead of the president who passed him over in 2016. Would Jill, his wife, want to give up that power rapidly? Edith Wilson controlled her husband, a bedridden President Wilson for his final two years as president.
The second problem with the 25th Amendment is the requirement of a two-thirds approval by both houses of Congress. Maybe Republicans would roll over and allow the old switcheroo. Certainly Romney will do whatever Democrats tell him to do. We know this because that is what he does now.
But a two-term President Harris would be worse for Republicans than a one-term demented president. Schumer may need as few as 10 Republican votes to remove him, but Republican opposition might delay this just long enough to cripple her presidency just as Democrats kneecapped President Trump's.