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“Executive Orders”

Commentary by: U.S. Law Shield | newsletters@uslawshield.com

Where Did Our Freedoms Go?
With just a signature these days, you can Blink and your rights are gone. If someone drafted a dictionary for the year 2020, it would undoubtedly include brand new definitions for common words and phrases that we all thought we had a pretty good grasp on. During the COVID-19 period, we have all come to know phrases like “non-essential” and “essential” businesses. How about “social distancing” or those all too familiar “masks” of the PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) variety? We can’t forget “public gatherings,” which can be prohibited, limited in size, or restricted in new ways. Don’t even mention our Gun Rights or the 2nd Amendment. Some very specific terms have been amplified this year, or shall we say turned sideways, like the measurement of 6 feet, now the prescribed “safe distance” between us. Many of our freedoms seem to have disappeared right before our eyes. No explanation needed. No permission needed. No votes cast. How could this possibly happen without more involvement from the people of our country? Well I’ll tell ya, it’s all linked to the following two words… Executive Orders.

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Buyer Beware!

Commentary by: Jillian A. Cohen |  ja_cohen@theconcernedcitizen.net

I was recently approached by someone on the street in DC who was vending 5 gallon tubs of Tide laundry detergent from the trunk of a car for only $25 dollars each. I didn’t have the money on me at the time so I declined the offer and continued on my way. However, after getting back to my office, I did some research online and found the following…

Filed under: Around Town

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