While Pennsylvanians were told by an unelected bureaucrat: “Staying at home doesn’t mean making a daily stop at the grocery store because you need to get out of the house. Staying at home means you must stay at home.” Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine
“When laws do not apply to those who make them, people are not being governed, they are being ruled. Make no mistake, these executive orders are not laws. They are royal decrees.” Illinois, Clay County Judge Michael McHaney
Pennsylvania – the home of the Declaration of Independence – stands as an outlier. Duly passed legislation to curb abuses was struck down by partisan state courts, leaving lawmakers few options.
Barring these constitutional amendments, Gov. Tom Wolf and his successors will indefinitely retain the power to control citizens down to the most absurd details of their lives.
Never before have Pennsylvanians been micromanaged down to their movements and meals…
States rebel against governors’ arbitrary COVID-19 powers. Pennsylvania is the latest.
“We got six people a day average being shot in Philadelphia.” President of Fraternal Order Police Lodge #5 John McNesby
FOP gives out Mister Softee outside Philadelphia DA’s Office
FOX 29|7 days ago The Philadelphia Fraternal Order of Police Lodge gave out free Mister Softee ice cream ahead of the May primary outside of the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office saying the DA has been too soft on crime.
Feel Safer Yet Minneapolis?
AG Merrick Garland announces probe into Minneapolis police
Apr 21, 2021 – Attorney General Merrick Garland announced Wednesday that the Justice Department is opening a sweeping investigation into policing practices in Minneapolis a day after former officer Derek Chauvin…
The DOJ is experienced in finding unapproved “policing practices” and fixing them. They fixed Baltimore’s “systemic racist” police department real good. As per Vanita Gupta head of Obama’s Civil Rights Division at the U.S. Department of Justice until January 20, 2017, “Our [consent decrees]… I think, really do serve as blueprints for communities around the country…”
“This particular Supreme Court is very partisan and very political and will back the governor up on anything,” Ward says. “I did not expect these justices to rule any other way. They’re not going to look at what the law actually says. Instead, they are just going to do the governor’s bidding.” Sen. Kim Ward, a Westmoreland County Republican and Senate majority leader
Op-Ed: Voters can restore checks and balances in Pa.