By Allan Stevo
Parents used to stand up in life for the benefit of their kids. They realized that no matter how much money they left their kids, the inheritance of freedom was worth so much more to a child than the dollars and cents a parent could leave behind.
Today so many parents make their child an excuse for why they refuse to stand up in life, and they say they are keeping their lips zipped BECAUSE of their child. They are doing it BECAUSE of their child they say.
That’s not okay.
A Kentucky soccer coach who refused to go masked and refused to enforce the mask didn’t keep quiet because of his daughter. He stood up because of his daughter. He lost his coveted position as a result.
But because of his courage, he is also the father of the only soccer player in the county who plays without a mask. Stevo, Allan Buy New $10.00 (as of 03:17 EST – Details)
The father who wrote me from Arizona didn’t back down from his values because of his kids. No he doubled down. A decorated teacher, when the lockdowns began he didn’t put on his mask and mask his two sons.…
No More Fake News
by Jon Rappoport
US Supreme Court Justice, Louis Brandeis, 1932: “It is one of the happy incidents of the federal system that a single courageous State may, if its citizens choose, serve as a laboratory; and try novel social and economic experiments without risk to the rest of the country.”
You governors are now seeing, whether you like it or not, a competitive situation developing among the states.
Some states are loosening the COVID restrictions; others are tightening them.
In this ongoing process, for example, a remarkable exodus is occurring—from New York to Florida. From lockdowns to freedom.
Some of you governors who demand lockdowns, masks, distancing, immunity certificates, etc., are betting the federal government will somehow intercede, back you up, and force the free states to fall in line with your brutal COVID tactics—thus “leveling the playing field.”
This is unlikely to happen. The White House and the Congress understand there is a limit to how far they can push the states, without fomenting uncontrollable rebellion.
That means you’ll be caught with your pants down, as your citizens emigrate, in ever larger numbers, to freer states.
What business owner wouldn’t prefer to set up shop in an open state economy, rather than shutting down and descending into bankruptcy in your state?…