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  • The Ayn Rand Institute received a PPP loan of between $350K and $1 million—and so did three Kushner family enterprises, the Daily Caller, Newsmax , Grover Norquist, and David Bossie.
  • Speaking of the undrained swamp, the Times reports that lobbyists are "are thriving as they help the president’s re-election effort while aiding corporate clients."
  • Here's what we can learn from Sweden's response to coronavirus: "It’s not everyone-for-himself — as face mask refusers in the United States or Brazil would have it — but everyone-for-the-community."
  • Megachurch preacher Rev. John Ortberg hid the fact that his son, who volunteered with youth and children, had admitted to him that he was attracted to minors—until his other son, former Toast blogger Daniel Lavery, blew the whistle on his family.
  • Are protests safe during a pandemic? Epidemiologists are now "wrestling with deeper questions of morality, responsibility and risk."
  • The NHL, NBA and MLB are still hoping to restart their leagues this summer, but players keep testing positive for the virus.
  • Watch the Dirty Projectors play a charming socially-distanced Tiny Desk Home concert.
  • Somebody remade the classic Simpsons "steamed hams" skit as A-Ha's "Take On Me" music video.
  • A Florida teen has died after her mother allegedly took her to a “COVID party” at their church, despite being immunocompromised, then tried treating the girl at home with unproven drugs when she got sick.
  • Southern rock and country musician Charlie Daniels—who played with the likes of Bob Dylan and Leonard Cohen, had a huge hit with “The Devil Went Down To Georgia,” and later became an outspoken right-winger—has died. He was 83.
  • And finally, wouldn't you sing to a donkey if you had the chance: