Democrat Governors are FINALLY following the science on masks. Joe Rogan (the man who endorsed Bernie Sanders for President) is making hard-left progressives lose their collective minds. Their overreach in trying to cancel Rogan is creating backlash, even among left-wingers. The biggest question is when did Neal Young stop fighting “the man” and become “the man?”

Are parents now more involved in their kids education? They should be.

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