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Posted By: StormCnter, 5/9/2020 9:27:05 AM

On Friday, Ted Cruz flew to Dallas for a haircut. He hadn’t been looking particularly shaggy, but as hair salons have become the latest front in the culture war, Cruz—never one to miss an opportunity to declare which side he’s on—invited photographers to join him before he donned a face mask and a leopard-print smock for his visit to Salon à la Mode. The Dallas salon has become pivotal in the stay-at-home-order debates after its owner, Shelley Luther, was arrested on Tuesday and sentenced to seven days in jail on a contempt of court charge. That stemmed from her refusal to apologize and close down her store until the second phase

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Reply 1 - Posted by: WhamDBambam 5/9/2020 9:38:21 AM (No. 405824)
I read the article. Thin beer.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: ramona 5/9/2020 9:42:18 AM (No. 405828)
Spin spin spin. Dan Solomon ought to be quite dizzy by now for twisting this story to make Ms. Luther and her supporters look like they have done something deliberately back-handed.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Chabis 5/9/2020 9:45:03 AM (No. 405832)
When the military does tat it is called "preparedness."
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Kate318 5/9/2020 9:46:21 AM (No. 405836)
A snarky, sour grapes article. It implies that PPP money will cover all you need. It doesn’t. It is based on your previous years of net income, which, if you are a small business owner is already fairly low, after expenses. I applied and received one, as well. It is peanuts, and covers just the essentials, leaving no money to live on. It’s nothing like those collecting unemployment which pays them more money than if they were working. And, as far as the patriot group connection, so what? They came to her, and took up her cause. Thankfully, somebody did, but the article makes it sound like the PR fix was in...just like it is when some Soros organization gets involved in liberal causes.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Ruhn 5/9/2020 9:47:13 AM (No. 405839)
Misleading and one-sided article. It’s almost as if the author has an agenda.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Jean123 5/9/2020 10:01:09 AM (No. 405862)
So let me get this straight. Solomon is angry because people chose Shelley Luther as a symbol for their own pent-up anger and then willingly donated to a fund raised on her behalf. And then (gasp!) she had the audacity to accept the money! Why doesn’t Solomon try spotlighting the many other businesses that are still in dire financial straits instead of whining about the money collected on Ms. Luther’s behalf?
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Reply 7 - Posted by: doublesharp 5/9/2020 10:07:31 AM (No. 405874)
butt hurt snowflake author stomping his foot. hope he holds his breath for about an hour. pffft... loser
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Reply 8 - Posted by: MickeyMat 5/9/2020 10:17:59 AM (No. 405888)
If you think this snarky opinion masquerading as a news item is bad read the comments. They are rife with threats against this woman and those who support her. I flagged them so they may be gone but really.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: Edgelady 5/9/2020 10:23:41 AM (No. 405897)
Come on, OP - you’re a Texan too. Texas Monthly writes really nice interesting articles, but it’s still a liberal magazine. The author wrote either before the latest news came out, or in spite of it. Shelley Luther said yesterday she’s sharing the windfall — she’s covering all fees and court costs for the two young ladies in Laredo who were “caught” (it was a sting) coloring eyelashes. She’s also giving monies to salons in south Dallas. I suspect several things: no one knew the Go Fund Me page would reach those proportions (but it’s certainly indicative of many positive things about Americans), and she probably just said “yeah, sure” when approached simply being grateful for the support. Don’t forget there was a real possibility all along of her being jailed, in a jail that was infected with the virus. Don’t be moved by cynical, liberal Texas Monthly and their finding of anything patriotic as being suspect. Drink another cup of coffee and take a deep breath.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: earlybird 5/9/2020 10:36:33 AM (No. 405912)
We have been told that Texas Monthly is uber-Liberal. Accounts for the snotty tone of this article.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: MissGrits 5/9/2020 10:38:40 AM (No. 405913)
Did the go fund me start before she originally reopened, got arrested and went to jail? Or did it start after the publicity of her getting arrested and being sent to jail? Does the article make that clear? I quit reading when the guy said he was comfortable with guns but was afraid that the virus was out there… it’s not safe! Don’t you know, we are all going to die! The THING is coming for us!
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Reply 12 - Posted by: StormCnter 5/9/2020 10:40:49 AM (No. 405917)
#4, I offer a respectful correction. The PPP loans are based on two and a half months of payroll and payroll records must be submitted with the application. They don't have anything to do with net profits (or losses). But, I'm glad Ms. Luther was able to land one of those. It should help with her business for a while.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: Rumblehog 5/9/2020 10:40:53 AM (No. 405918)
Leftists hate any martyr's but their own. Apparently Dan was incensed over the Rosa Parks tribute paid to the victim.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: Chuzzles 5/9/2020 10:41:04 AM (No. 405919)
I am also left to wonder if the author is a Cruz hater. Sounds like he is not only mad at Shelley, but mad at Cruz for supporting her as well.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: earlybird 5/9/2020 10:41:34 AM (No. 405920)
A little more to this story from this guy? Here’s how he describes himself (transformed from all-caps): Dan Solomon Lives In Austin With His Wife And His Dog. He's Written About Music For MTV And Spin, Sports For Sports Illustrated, And Pop Culture For Vulture And The Av Club. He Is A Regular Contributor To Fast Co.Create And Texas Monthly. He Is But A Simple Boy From Texas. Heavy duty, no?
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Reply 16 - Posted by: curious1 5/9/2020 10:56:40 AM (No. 405956)
#12, regarding the PPP program; for self-employed, sole proprietors and independent contractors the 2019 schedule C for their business is required, which shows the net at the bottom of the first page. And that determines the amount divided by 12 and multiplied by 2.5, with there being a cap at $100K.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: kono 5/9/2020 11:36:12 AM (No. 406019)
The owner of the music store next door? Mad that customers can't enter his store because of the armed protesters outside of the salon? Bull-o-ney. More like envious of his neighbor: she's getting national attention ('free' advertising), she gets to open for business (are music stores even open yet to have customers be blocked from entering?). The stand-up-for-freedom types cheer her for courage (the girls stood up to the lockdown, while their wimpy neighbor didn't). And if she's become the Right's symbol and magnet for support, he has a chance to become the Left's symbol, and have some of their support dollars rain down on him. Sounds to me more like a mixture of small-business jealousy and Leftist Snowflake Syndrome. My smirk, though, is for the handful of politicians scurrying around to grab a share of the spotlight.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: earlybird 5/9/2020 11:41:11 AM (No. 406025)
Relying on memory, I thought the Go-Fund-Me was started when she was sent to jail. In addition to losing her freedom and her income, she was also sentenced to paying a $7000 fine. Others have since stepped up offering to pay that (including Hannity)...
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Reply 19 - Posted by: earlybird 5/9/2020 11:45:31 AM (No. 406030)
She was in jail when the GoFundMe account was set up: https://thecount.com/2020/05/06/gofundme-shelley-luther-salon-a-la-mode/
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Reply 20 - Posted by: MorningStar 5/9/2020 2:19:01 PM (No. 406200)
Well, thanks to so many generous folks, the Shelley Luther 'GoFundMe' page is now over $500,000, which was its stated goal. BTW, Shelley is also using these donations to help bail out other salons, with all the expenses they've incurred. So many generous and sympathetic people. Go USA!!
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Reply 21 - Posted by: DVC 5/9/2020 2:23:32 PM (No. 406203)
TM has some interesting stories, but the relentless leftist viewpoint and spin is tiresome to the point that I will only rarely bother to read the articles. Just too unpleasant to unpack the leftism and try to enjoy the story.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: msjena 5/9/2020 2:34:05 PM (No. 406211)
So she knew the judge would send her to jail and that we would get a big pay day? Seems pretty far-fetched.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: saildreamer 5/9/2020 3:45:06 PM (No. 406268)
So they approached her one day before she opened her store because they wanted to support her decision. Okay. She was planning on opening it anyway for all of the reasons she said. This was weeks before her loan was approved. Dan Solomon seems to be making a mountain out of a mole hill. Wonder why?
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Reply 24 - Posted by: doublesharp 5/9/2020 3:48:35 PM (No. 406274)
Remember the ala mode... that's almost as good as lather, rinse, repeat!
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Reply 25 - Posted by: john56 5/9/2020 4:30:05 PM (No. 406307)
Texas Monthly ran an article a couple months ago about the little town of Marfa, a little artsy town in deep West Texas. An issue or two later, they ran nearly a page of corrections and retractions. Outside of BBQ reviews and the Texanist (think Miss Manners on all things Texan), it's a far leftist Austin rag.
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Reply 26 - Posted by: Kate318 5/9/2020 4:59:14 PM (No. 406325)
#12, and I offer a respectful reply. You are correct in how the PPP works for businesses with employees on a payroll. It was expanded sometime in early to mid-April to include sole proprietors, independent contractors and independent business owners, who are their own, single employee. The verification of income, in those cases, comes from your previous years’ tax filings. I know; I went through the process and received a small loan.
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Reply 27 - Posted by: Proud Texan 5/9/2020 5:17:15 PM (No. 406343)
Texas Monthly is only very emotely acquainted with truth, so I won't waste time reading the story. When I first heard of the gofundme page she was still in jail because of the piece of garbage "judge". I am glad she is out and especially happy to see support from Texas leaders. I suspect there will be a good cause to use this money for helping others that need it.
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Reply 28 - Posted by: SALady 5/9/2020 5:21:17 PM (No. 406350)
"Texas Monthly" used to be a really good magazine about all-thing Texas. Upbeat, positive, interesting -- every month!!! But about 15 years ago, it was taken over by far-left extremists, and it because nothing more than a rag sheet attacking all things Republican and conservative. Any chance they get to bash a Republican, a church, or anything conservative, they will with full fury -- and usually lots of exaggerations and bald-faced lies!!!
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Reply 29 - Posted by: YorkieMom 5/9/2020 8:29:09 PM (No. 406473)
Sounds like the author of this piece is jealous that the lady has such a windfall. Doesn’t the government get a lot of it in taxes? From seeing this lady on TV, I’m willing to bet she will help many other people with this money. I’m glad so many people came to her defense. I also wonder what kind of article Mr. Solomon would write about the full of himself Judge.
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