Private Businesses

Yes, They Were Socialists: How the Nazis Waged War on Private Property

When the average person thinks of the Nazis, what often comes to mind is World War II, the Holocaust, and rousing speeches of hate.

To Compete With China, the U.S. Needs More Entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurs grease the wheels of economic growth.

Tennessee Social Media Bill Faces Legal Obstacles Similar to Florida, Texas

Tennessee lawmakers pushing a social media oversight bill that would prevent users from being banned or shadow banned said it is not a First Amendment issue but a governmental course correction.

New York State to Drop Indoor Mask Mandate

NY Gov. Hochul satisfied with COVID trends on hospital capacity and positivity rates.

Supreme Court Blocks Biden’s Vax Mandate, Upholds Healthcare Worker Mandate

The Supreme Court came to a decision on the two Biden administration vaccine mandates, striking down the requirement for large businesses and upholding the requirement for healthcare workers. 

Democrats Hesitant to Lock Down for Omicron Surge as Elections Approach

Reports indicate that Democrat-led areas are shying away from lockdowns over fear that they’ll lose upcoming elections.

Supreme Court Blocks Business Vaccine Rule, Declines to Stay Health Care Worker Mandate

The Supreme Court on Thursday blocked the Biden administration’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate for private businesses but decided to let a separate regulation that requires health care workers to get a vaccine take effect.

Apple Closes String of New York City Stores to Walk-In Customers Amid Surge in COVID-19 Cases

Apple has closed a string of stores to in-store shopping for customers in New York City amid an increase in COVID-19 cases.

A private business can discriminate based on a vaccine? Tell that to Christian photographers

“Oh, of course private businesses can collude with the government to ensure that you have no access to employment, goods, and services and are marginalized from society if you don’t share their values — don’t you know that?”

Supreme Court Sets Special Hearing on Biden’s COVID Vax Mandates

The U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments Jan. 7 in cases challenging two of the Biden administration’s COVID-19 vaccine mandates. Those mandates would apply to more than 100 million Americans who work at private-sector businesses and health care facilities.

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