Rules for the Elite and then the Rest of Us

We all live with rules.Some people don’t think the rules apply to them.We have example from Illinois as we begin our day.Then we have the things we will do to each other and some of them are not pretty.We’ll explore that IN A HANDBASKET this morning.

In addition to our acts toward each other, we have another look at just what government will do to us if we continue to allow it.While seven states have not issued stay at home orders, we are seeing evidence that the virus is subsiding as it is in restrictive states.We also have stories that indicate the numbers are not what have been projected.

Oh, and Bernie Sanders is out of the running for the Democratic presidential nomination.

Florida Today’s Isadora Rangel is with us in today’s final hour.She’s looked at the economic situation as Brevard reacts to the coronavirus and one couple who fought it together.

MEME of the Day:

2019: stay away from negative people.2020: stay away from positive people!

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CHICAGO: do as officials say, not as they do

Maybe it’s an Illinois thing

In a Handbasket:

·Things we do to each other (there are idiots around us)

oSucker punching cops…a new game?

oAttacking to Walmart staffer

Coronavirus-New today:

What government will do to us

South Dakota governor stands strong on freedom

Non-restricting states see wave subsiding, too

Death projections reduced

Fauci admits 100-240K deaths was exaggeration

An upside: American companies leaving China

Rangel: The RONA and the economy

More Coronavirus News in play:

WHO let the bats out?Health organization ignored Taiwan’s warnings on China

President considers stopping WHO funding

Churches & government handouts

Commission, School Board meetings change

Elections during THE RONA

Campus polling places to return

Postal Service Shutdown looming?

MyPillow CEO mocked by CNN’s Acosta

Smart move Publix- free rent to tenants

Is it THE RONA, the flu or allergies?

THE RONA brings the scams

Suddenly unemployed- what to do

State increases staff for unemployment claims

The Usual Suspects:

Bye Bye, Bernie!

FL Supremes won’t hear cell phone lock case

FL Losing Battle on Felon Voting

Shutting out reporters spreads from Brevard to the State- like a virus

Activist judge threatens state on felon voting

OPEN PRIMARIES to November ballot

Is Mitch McConnell saving the country?

The arrogance of the elected

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