A judge in Illinois has ruled that Democratic Gov. J.B. Pritzker's stay-at-home order exceeds his emergency powers and infringes on citizens’ Constitutional rights. Pritzker railed that the questioning of his authority on this is “insulting,” “dangerous” and will put people’s health at risk, and he vowed to appeal the ruling.

The irony is that the other major controversy Pritzker is facing is anger over his releasing prison inmates who might be at risk of contracting the coronavirus. So if you’re a convicted criminal, you have to be released to keep you healthy. But if you’re a law-abiding citizen, you have to be locked up to keep you healthy. Understand? If so, please explain it to me.

FYI: Gov. Pritzker probably won’t want to appeal his case to Attorney General Bill Barr, who just told federal prosecutors to report any excessively restrictive shutdown orders that violate Americans' civil rights…

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  • Dan Reed

    05/04/2020 07:54 PM

    Hey Mike,
    How about a story about Maine Govenor, or as we call her, Dictator Mills. Thanks.

  • David Farr

    04/29/2020 01:05 PM

    How many. Ventilators were actually used in NYC?

  • Debra Schmidt

    04/28/2020 11:56 PM

    What about NJ? Our governor has released prisoners repeatedly and has just told us our quarantine is increasing and no end date!!