Well, if this doesn’t drive the already loony left even crazier, I don’t know what will.
Thank the Lord above for Texas Governor Greg Abbott and his latest “essential” activities guideline.
And may I add: Gregg Abbott for president, 2024. And now that conservative upstart Candace Owens has decided to enter into elected public service, may I be the first to suggest an Abbott/Owens GOP presidential ticket!!
Think that might drive the left over the edge?
from Western Journalism:
Texas Governor Designates Religious Services as ‘Essential’ Activities
In an executive order issued Tuesday, Texas Gov. Gregg Abbott listed religious services among the essential services that should continue amid the coronavirus epidemic
In the order, which addressed the “statewide continuity of essential services” during the pandemic, Abbott called for Texans “except where necessary to provide or obtain essential services, minimize social gatherings and minimize in-person contact with people who are not in the same household.”
Although this may not be the best time to share this potentially painful reality, being that everyone is already on edge being forcibly cooped up because of the virus, sometime you just have to do what you have to do.
But still – fair warning if you finally summon the courage to tell your leftist family that you’ve gone over to the conservative dark side and worse, are a supporter of the SECOND AMENDMENT.
by Brent Smith:
They can’t have it both ways, both so far State Governors and legislators have just that.
They shutter entire States, knowing the feds will fit the bill for their reckless behavior.
Just one example is leftist New Jersey.
On March 21, Gov. Phil Murphy ordered residents to stay at home. He also canceled gatherings of any number, including parties, weddings and religious ceremonies.
“We have to change our behaviors,” Murphy said, adding the restrictions would not change “anytime soon” and could continue for weeks or months.
Yet, as of yesterday, New Jersey State taxes are still due on April 15th, despite the federal government extending the filing deadline from April to July 15th.
It’s time for a State income, property and sales tax revolt.
from Conservative Review:
Horowitz: It’s time to make the state governments feel the pain and consequences of the disproportionate shutdown of America
- The U.S. Army plans to field a new armed scout helicopter, the Future Attack Reconnaissance Aircraft (FARA), in the 2030s.
- Two companies, Lockheed Martin and Bell, will now build prototypes of their FARA aircraft designs.
- Lockheed Martin and Bell are expected to deliver prototypes in 2023, turning them over to the U.S. Army for testing.
The U.S. Army has selected Lockheed Martin and Bell as finalists to build Future Attack Reconnaissance Aircraft, or FARA. Lockheed’s Raider X (pictured above) will go up against Bell’s 360 Invictus (below). Each company will build one prototype, with the winner chosen in 2023. The service wants to field the armed scout helicopter quickly to fill a critical gap left when the service retired the OH-58D Kiowa Warrior.
Once again, the left just can’t help itself. It’s like there is some sort of contest to see which leftist can demonstrate the most stupidity and heinousness.
Is there is a special Pulitzer for the biggest jerk in media?
A successful American business owner wants to retool his factory to make much-needed Covid-19 masks. For this and his audacity at mentioning God in the same sentence seemingly wins him the most reviled human award who isn’t named Trump.
It would laughable if it weren’t so sad and pathetic.
from the Blaze:
Liberals are outraged Trump invited MyPillow CEO to the podium after he announced he was dedicating his company’s resources to manufacture badly needed masks
A new study has tracked the potency of cannabis products across a number of American states, finding the majority of medical marijuana is stronger than it needs to be for pain relief purposes. The research suggests higher THC levels are unnecessary for medical uses and can increase the risk of negative side effects.
by: Brent Smith
Planned Parenthood and other pro-abortion organizations are suing several states for temporary suspension of elective abortion in order to preserve medical resources for potential treatment of COVID-19 patients, according to The Hill.
In an age where instant photography means whipping out a smartphone and immediately sharing the digital image with friends online, a boxy camera that produces self-developing prints seems like a huge backward step. But that’s exactly what instant film cameras provide, and a revamped Polaroid has announced a new model called the Now.