From Darkness To Light

31 Jan 2021

Legal efforts to benefit from dinner and dance fundraiser

Posted by Adam Howell

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Legal efforts, for many businesses, will be the most viable source of resistance against government mandates that continually use an emergency declaration to justify suppressing their constitutional rights.

legalHolding tyrants accountable in the courtroom takes time and money spent on a team of lawyers.

As a means of bolstering the legal efforts of businesses that wish to operate freely without fear of molestation from government thugs, a fundraiser will be held.

Specifically, La Plata County Business Alliance is organizing a Valentine’s fundraiser to benefit small businesses and the community.

It’ll be the night before Valentine’s Day, which puts the event on Saturday, February 13th at 5:00 p.m.

In particular, this private event will occur at Riverbend Ranch at 27846 US Highway 550 and it will include:

  • A silent auction and cocktail hour
  • A catered dinner by local restaurants
  • Dancing and music by Julie and The Boyz
  • Security guards

The cost is $100 per ticket, and corporate tables are also available.

It’ll be a less-restricted place to take your partner or friend on a night when restaurants in town will be limited by the arbitrarily-determined capacity limitations.

Legal challenges remain important as regulations ease

For many people, the more confusing the system and variables, the less relationship or actual engagement they will have with what’s going on. Many will check out and fall in line, and a minority will rebel.

Where the financial stakes are high, legal rebellion may be the most sensible course of action.

Local entrepreneur Amber Andrew has something to say to businesses:

“I think it’s important for people to realize that government leaders do not want us going back to ‘how it used to be.’ You know…back when we were in control of our own lives, activities, community, relationships, health and businesses. They will keep pressuring and controlling until someone makes them stop. I feel like that’s what we’re doing here. Taking that vital step towards making them stop,” said Amber Andrew of Durango Event Planners.

As politicians flatten the curve, people’s businesses, livelihoods, mental, physical and social well being have the potential to get flattened with it.

It’s up to lions, not sheep to take a stand by supporting a lawsuit that defends our civil rights.

Adam Howell is an unaffiliated voter and writer who believes in the importance of upholding the constitution. He can be reached with feedback by clicking on this link to the contact page.

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