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Religious Freedom

religionThe First Amendment grants the freedom of religious belief and practice. We believe that religious freedom is broader than just the right to attend a house of worship. It also protects individuals and organizations from having to sacrifice their personal value system to government or cultural dictum. Religious liberty enables us practice our beliefs legally, peacefully and publicly without retaliation.

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Health Authorities Claim “Performers” (Rich & Famous) Are Exempt From Mask Rules

Health Authorities Claim “Performers” (Rich & Famous) Are Exempt From Mask Rules Authored by Paul Joseph Watson via Summit News, The LA County Department of Public Health responded to criticism of the maskless Emmys by claiming the rules didn’t apply because it was a television production event – despite the fact that workers were still made to wear masks. There was uproar on Sunday as celebrities packed themselves into the Event Deck at LA Live without a mask amongst them as they kissed and hugged all night long. Irate respondents on Twitter asked why celebrities were exempt from the rules yet their 4-year-old kids had to wear masks in class. Under Los Angeles County’s Department of Health guidelines, everyone aged two years and older must wear a face covering in “all indoor public settings, venues, gatherings, and public and private businesses.” However, after it was asserted that the rules don’t appear to apply to the rich and famous, the department was forced to respond. New: LA County Department of Public Health tells me that the mask-less Emmys were not in violation of the county’s mask mandate because “exceptions are made for film, television, and music productions” since “additional safety modifications” are made for such events. pic.twitter.com/6S105zYjbJ — Oliver Darcy (@oliverdarcy) September 20, 2021 “LA County Department of Public Health tells me that the mask-less Emmys were not in violation of the county’s mask mandate because “exceptions are made for film, television, and music productions” since “additional safety modifications” are made for such events,” tweeted CNN’s Oliver Darcy. So apparently, so long as you’re making a television production, COVID-19 recognizes that fact and doesn’t show up for the night, much like it disappears as soon as people sit down to eat at a restaurant, but not while they walk to the

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More White Than Black People Want Police Abolished In Minneapolis, New Poll Finds

More White Than Black People Want Police Abolished In Minneapolis, New Poll Finds Authored by Steve Watson via Summit News, The narrative that black people are driving the ‘abolish the police’ calls, specifically in Minneapolis, has been again disproven as a survey found that way more white people support the move than black people do. KARE 11 reports that a poll found that 51 percent of white voters support replacing the Minneapolis Police Department with a new Department of Public Safety, while only 42 percent of black voters support the measure. In addition, 75 percent of black voters believe the police force should not be reduced in size, compared to 51 percent of white voters. The news agency also reported that “More white voters support reducing the size of the force than Black voters, but there wasn’t a majority among either demographic, 33% compared to 14%.” The survey was carried out by The Star Tribune, MPR News, KARE 11 and FRONTLINE. Predictably when split along political affiliation, the results are stark with 55% of Democratic voters saying they support total replacement of the police force, yet only 7% of Republicans being on board with that. Last week, extreme leftist representative Ilhan Omar fumed about the measure to replace the police in Minneapolis being blocked by a court. “This ballot measure should be on the ballot,” Omar declared, adding “As you can tell, I’m pretty upset about it,” and charging that “The leaders who are opposed to progress in this city are not nameless or faceless.” Omar added, “There’s a judge, there’s a mayor, there’s a police chief, and their monied friends who are telling us we can’t have a city that is flexible to our needs and our demands. How else are we supposed to make progress if we can’t do that?” *  *  *

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