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December 5th marks the anniversary of the end of Prohibition.
Eric Flannery, owner of The Big Board in Washington, DC, has reopened his doors and is finally getting his day in federal court to challenge the unconstitutional closure of his bar/restaurant during the pandemic lockdowns.
When DC Mayor Muriel Bowser mandated that bars and restaurants check the vaccination status of all patrons and deny service to those unvaccinated, Eric Flannery, owner of The Big Board in Washington, DC, took a stand.
DC Shuts Down Veteran-Owned Bar That Refuses to Discriminate | Guests: Eric Flannery and Robert Alt | Ep 161
When Mayor Muriel Bowser announced that restaurants in the District of Columbia would be required to turn away some customers based on their medical history, Eric Flannery told his customers that he would never discriminate against them.
Governor Beshear vs. Good Beer | Guests: Ted Mitzlaff and Oliver Dunford | Ep 128
Matt Kibbe sits down with Ted Mitzlaff from Goodwood Brewing and Oliver Dunford from the Pacific Legal Foundation to discuss the ways in which the capricious mandates from Kentucky’s governor have all but destroyed the state’s brewing industry.
For Schnitzel Haus in Brooklyn, NY, it’s been a year of mandated closures, reduced capacity, dwindling sales, and more regulations than ever before.
All We Have is the story of a small business in a big city that has been turned upside down by the coronavirus lockdowns.
The pandemic lockdowns have taken their toll on mom and pop shops across the country. Catch the film on YouTube, coming soon.
Governor finally admits the reality that lockdowns might be producing more harm than good.