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  • Yes, You Can Sue Over Mandatory Mask Orders
  • July 17, 2020
  • The 1851 Constitutional Law Center is willing to represent those being charged with a crime for not wearing a face covering. Are you a lawyer? Do you know a lawyer in any part of the country that would be willing
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  • Where Ohio’s COVID-19 Strategy Went Wrong
  • July 15, 2020
  • On March 16th, 2020 Ohio Governor Mike DeWine granted an interview to Scott Halasz, a career journalist with the Xenia Daily Gazette. In that interview, the Governor disclosed a number of candid thoughts on his decision-making process regarding COVID-19. The
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Weekly Columns


  • The Blessings of Western Civilization (Part 2)
  • By Jeff Sanders
  • Air conditioning, central heat, flush toilets. Refrigeration, penicillin, aspirin, airplanes, x-rays, and ballpoint pens. The telephone, television, movies, paper clips, and Post-it notes. Heart surgery, radio, drive-thru windows at banks and restaurants, photography, the microchip, flea collars, assembly lines, disposable
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  • Masking Anxiety
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • Governors and Mayors appear to once again be yielding to panic and junk science. Here are a few sober words about masks from the New England Journal of Medicine (May 21, 2020) “It is also clear that masks serve symbolic
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  • Dr. Acton Fades Away
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • One of the most notorious and powerful players in the COVID-19 crisis has been Dr. Amy Acton, Director of the Ohio Department of Health. It was not Dr. Acton’s expertise at any level that gave her such standing in the
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  • The COVID Brain Trust
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • The power behind the curtain of the COVID closing community clearly runs through Johns Hopkins University. This should come as no surprise to anyone who knows the history of this University and their dedication to Progressive Utopianism. Rather than take
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