Istria Cafe is a small business in Chicago, one of the most over-regulated cities in America. PJTV’s Alexis Garcia interviews the Pribaz brothers, the owners of Istria Cafe, to show you how regulations are destroying businesses and jobs. Would you believe that it is almost impossible to run a business in Chicago without violating rules and regulations, and paying extraordinary fines? From utilities, to health care Alexis Garcia tells you why some businesses might not survive in the down economy.
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100 YEARS AGO: Here's how Manistee folks beat the heat back in the day
The following news items are reprinted from the Manistee Daily News for the week of July 1-7, 1921 and are compiled by Teena Kracht from the newspaper archives of the Manistee County Historical Museum ...
Kyle Rittenhouse, American Vigilante
The comedian Kevin Hart tweeted, “What’s the justification for 7 shots?????” After Floyd’s death, Kenosha was among the scores of American cities where citizens marched in protest. Hundreds of people ...
As COVID Recedes in US, Housing Activists Demand More Than a Return to Shelters
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Police interrogation law showed Obama's skill in Illinois senate
Facing the challenge of overhauling the death-penalty law in a state rocked by revelations of botched prosecutions, Illinois state ... has changed since then. "It's worse now," Edwards said.