Monday, June 22, 2020

Calif. city bans downtown church; Tenn. "heartbeat" bill; Now election sabotage a "good thing"? ...more

Calif. city bans church from meeting at its own property, says it doesn't fit in downtown
A federal court in the San Francisco Bay Area recently sided with the city of Salinas, ruling that churches generate limited interest, do not draw tourists, and therefore detract from the city's goals of vibrancy, said the Pacific Justice Institute, which filed a lawsuit on behalf of New Harvest Christian Fellowship.

"We have appealed this case to the Ninth Circuit, and we are optimistic that a different result will be reached upon review by a higher court," PJI added, noting that while the church is banned from gathering, the city is allowing theaters and live entertainment venues to operate, as well as non-entertainment businesses...

After riots, nearly 8 in 10 want to 'restore order,' blacks, Hispanics, and Democrats agree
Despite liberal demands to “defund the police” and the cheering by some of Seattle’s police-free and chaotic “Autonomous Zone,” the latest poll from McLaughlin & Associates for Secure America Now showed strong support for get-tough policies championed by President Trump...

Tennessee legislature passes "heartbeat" abortion bill, Gov. Lee to sign
The Tennessee House and Senate has passed a bill banning abortions in the state after an unborn baby's heartbeat has been detected, which occurs as early as six weeks' gestation. The bill also bans abortions which are "motivated by sex, race, or disability diagnosis of the unborn child."...

AOC brags that anti-Trump TikTok users sabotaged Trump rally sign-up: So election sabotage is now a good thing? Good to know. I tend to avoid writing about socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (NY) because I find her intensely off-putting on any number of levels. But her bizarre victory dance over the questionable claim that TikTok users sabotaged President Trump’s Tulsa rally seems worth addressing.
I did initially find it odd that there were so many empty seats at the rally, and I was a bit concerned about it until, that is, AOC and her ilk began their bragging about cratering attendance with a ticket claim scheme...

Companies Use Virtual Meetings To Duck Shareholder Questions About Woke Agendas
...With virtual shareholder meetings, questions are submitted in advance. This gives the opportunity for staff to script answers or, as seems to be the case with United, ignore uncomfortable questions altogether...
Today’s corporate revolutionary enthusiasts had better prepare for the inevitable turn...

What Happens When the Madness Ends?

...Governors and mayors can demand masks and all sorts of social distancing measures. But once they declared that only those not demonstrating—the non-looting and nonviolent—were subject to their rules, while millions both peacefully protesting and violently looting were exempt, then their words meant nothing. It will be impossible for them ever to be seen as credible again. Virus or no virus, crowded freeways, and busy malls will soon be referenda on the bond of governors like Gavin Newsom and Gretchen Whitmer.
In a few weeks, we are promised that multimillionaire NFL players and coaches in unison will not deign to stand up for the National Anthem. Promises, promises....

200 Law Enforcement Agencies Across U.S. Hacked, Sensitive Intel Exposed
It appears the group Anonymous and their Antifa affiliates hacked ten years’ worth of data from fusion centers and police departments across the United States. The groups claim hundreds of thousands of law enforcement sensitive bulletins are in their hands.
Under the code name #BlueLeaks, the group, commonly known as Anonymous and their self-claimed antifascist affiliates like Distributed Denial of Secrets known online as DDoSecrets leaked sensitive law enforcement data from federal, state and local law enforcement databases.

Chris Bedford: Why Google Censorship Is A Threat To Free Speech
“Google though has a huge amount of power that the United States has allowed for them, basically with monopolistic power in the United States and in a large part of the planet, we’ve allowed that for the free exchange of ideas because we’re a healthy democracy,” Bedford said on Fox News. “But if the monopolists decide that those ideas are not allowed and they are in decent, they’ll take them down. That’s a threat to free speech, and to the republic.”


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