Posts Tagged business

InRange Discusses The Free Market

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Oregon Governor Threatens To Take Woman’s Kids

From World Net Daily:

An Oregon woman and her salon corporation have filed a lawsuit seeking $100,000 in damages against Gov. Kate Brown and various other state officials for the governor’s decision to sic social services on her and allegedly threaten to remove her children from home because she kept her business open during the coronavirus-pandemic lockdown.

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Seattle Council Considering Poverty As An Excuse For Theft

From Policemag:

The idea, referred to as the poverty defense, was discussed Tuesday by the Seattle City Council’s Public Safety Committee after it was introduced by City Council member Lisa Herbold and Anita Khandelwal, the King County’s director of the Department of Public Defense.

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Gym Refuses To Shutdown

From Candace Owens:

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Washington Fines Restaurant For Trying To Make A Living

From The Chronicle:

The fine includes $9,639 for each day Spiffy’s continued to offer indoor dining after L&I employees told them to stop — a confrontation that spurred days of armed protests last week. The fine was issued Monday, in addition to an “order and notice of immediate restraint,” which in layman terms, tells a business that “you have to come under compliance right now,” according to L&I spokesperson Tim Church.

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Michigan Businesses Revolt Against Governor

From LifeZette:

The owners of the Joe Vicari Restaurant Group have brought together hundreds of restaurant owners from all over the state who are ready to fight Whitmer’s latest orders with everything they have.

“I called my restaurant groups in southeastern Michigan to band together,” Joe Vicari, the president and owner of the restaurant group, told Fox Business. “We had about 400 restaurants come together.”

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Resistance Continues in New York

From Vincent James:

As Lenore Skenazy says in Free Range Kids, “They can’t arrest us all.”

— Gavin McInnes GavinMcInnes Saturday, December 5, 2020

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Washington State Provides Just $50 Million For Business Relief

From KIRO Seattle:

Priority will be given to applications received by Dec. 11. Applications received after that date will only be considered if the commerce department is able to fund all the applicants who applied earlier.

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CNBC Host Yells “It’s Science” In Defense Of Lockdowns

From The Federalist:

“It’s science. I’m sorry,” Sorkin said, without providing evidence.

Santelli, however, vehemently disagreed, disputing Sorkin’s claim that shutting down certain businesses over others is the right way to combat the pandemic.

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California Chef Rebels Over Restrictions

From Chef Gruel:

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Small Business Owner Has Had Enough

From Matt Walsh’s twitter:

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Brewery To Defy Lockdown

From KRON San Francisco:

Fed up and frustrated by seeing Bay Area leaders and the governor defying their own health orders during the pandemic, a Pacifica business owner says she and others have had enough. 

They say even if outdoor dining gets banned, they plan to continue to stay open to serve customers. 

They told KRON4 they want to hold leaders accountable, while also protecting their livelihood.

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Big Boy Removes Franchise From Owner Refusing Covid Restrictions

From Headline USA:

 A Big Boy restaurant in Michigan’s Thumb region has lost its name after the owners refused to stop indoor dining as part of statewide restrictions to slow the spread of the coronavirus.

Customers were greeted Friday with Sandusky Diner instead of Sandusky Big Boy, the name for 35 years. The company that grants franchises took action. Big Boy restaurants are known by their statue of a boy in checkered overalls holding a burger over his head.

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NYC Bar Owner Arrested, Not Allowed To Do Business

From AP:

An owner of a New York City bar that was providing indoor service in defiance of coronavirus restrictions was arrested after a sting in which plainclothes officers went inside and ordered food and beverages, the city sheriff’s office said.

Protesters shouted as deputies arrested Danny Presti, the co-owner of Mac’s Public House on Staten Island, on Tuesday.

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Canadians Have Had Enough

From Rebel News:

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