Daily Archives: 1, March 16, 2020

Pennsylvania Shutdown

Gov. Wolf orders statewide shutdown of non-essential stores

Lock Haven|24 minutes ago

Tom Wolf extended a shutdown order to the entire … government offices to close and nonessential business activity to end in four heavily populated southeastern Pennsylvania counties. On Monday, he extended that order to the rest of the state.

“What is unsettling is the unquestioning manner by which people simply accept measures undertaken in the name of an “emergency””

BARR: We Should All Pay Far Closer Attention To ‘Emergency’ Declarations

One of America’s least-revered Presidents happens to be one of the most gifted in his understanding of history and human nature. It was in 1776 that future President John Adams identified “fear” as “the foundation of most governments.” Adams might also have had in mind the words of a British contemporary, Edmund Burke, who in 1757 noted that “No passion so effectually robs the mind of all its powers of acting and reasoning as fear.” Continue reading

A King Imposes A Curfew & A Queen Bans Sale Of Firearms

Hoboken imposes curfew, as it closes bars and limits restaurants to take-out service NJ.com|21 hours ago

Restaurants in Hoboken will be take-out or delivery only and bars that do not offer food

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King Bhalla of Hoboken, New Jersey

can’t open at all, Hoboken Mayor Ravi S. Bhalla announced. A curfew will also be imposed on residents between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. The changes were meant to further the city’s move toward “social distancing” that began Friday with the shut-down of …


Queen Feinen of Champaign, Illinois issues decree Banning the Sale of Firearms and Ammunition

Bars Are Non-Essential?

The Wolf administration said it “strongly encourages businesses to act now before the governor or the secretary of health finds it necessary to compel closures under the law for the interest of public health.”

And in Pittsburgh, an illegal alien sanctuary city,  “Public Safety Director Wendell Hissrich …warned that city police, firefighters and and inspectors would be “on the ground strictly enforcing occupancy maximums [in bars and restaurants].”
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