“...what most likely will be one of the lingering legacies of the Coronavirus crisis will be the presumption that governments not only must take the lead, with all the accompanying power and controls to face and fight a future pandemic, but that it is the duty of every citizen in such situations to do what the political authorities in elected office or appointed in the appropriate bureaucratic offices tell them to do.”
The world has rapidly moved into a seemingly aggressive paternalistic planning mode in the face of the Coronavirus crisis. Many voices are heard to say that personal and economic liberties must be restricted or even temporarily banned.
Last week, we told you Governor Lee was requesting SBA Disaster Loan Assistance for small businesses impacted by COVID-19. Those loans are now available to Tennessee small businesses and nonprofit organizations that have suffered economic injury from the fallout of the novel coronavirus. Small busi...
Mr. Coburn, a medical doctor turned politician died Saturday morning at age 72 after a lengthy battle with cancer, according to his family, leaving one of the most substantial legacies in recent congressional history.