"Rutherford Institute attorneys point out that while federal and state governments have adopted specific restrictive measures in an effort to decelerate the spread of the COVID-19 virus, the current public health situation has not resulted in the suspension of fundamental constitutional rights such as religious freedom, freedom of speech and the right of assembly."
"... The illusion that the state may disappear from world politics, giving way to trans-boundary supranational entities, has finally been dispelled."
"The lone conservative justice to dissent was Justice Brian Hagedorn who wrote that “the people have not empowered this court to step in and impose our wisdom on proper governance during this pandemic; they left that to the legislative and executive branches.”"
"New Jersey officials just reported that tax revenue in their state fell a whopping 60 percent during the month of April compared to a year ago."
"It’s Alinsky 101, accuse your opponent of that which you are. Force them to defend themselves against the baseless and the false until they are either shamed into submission or crack under the pressure."
"Why are the productive members of society losing their jobs by the millions? These are the people who produce the taxes which pay for all this wonderful government oversight which is responsible for clogging up the supply chains for everything from oil to beef to paper products."
"With coronavirus now clouding the picture, governments around the world have neither payed attention, nor devoted enough resources to prevent a possible IS surge."
"Symptoms appear to include severe abdominal pain and gastrointestinal illness, though some also have fever and skin rashes."
"Dairy farmers are trying to decide between dumping their milk and selling their dairy cows for beef."
"Some are treating this pandemic like it is the end of the world, while many others are dismissing it as a 'nothingburger'. But the truth is somewhere in between."
"Should the United States lose its status as the global hegemon, bipartisan fiscal profligacy must surely take a major part of the blame."
"... Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards is openly admitting that his state is on pace to become “the next New York”…"
"California Governor Gavin Newsom says that a million residents of his state have filed for benefits “just since March 13”…"
"... we could soon see 17 seriously ill coronavirus patients competing for each open hospital bed…"