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On July 4, 1776, Britain learns that America really wants to be free — and the break-up as depicted by Funny Or Die does not go well. If the relationship between colonies and kingdom had been intimate and personal, the end might have been very awkward indeed. The dominating Brit doesn’t quite get it until his restless Yankee sweetheart hands him a goodbye note, also known as the “Declaration of Independence.”

And then there are all those other men — George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson — not to mention the French!

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Former President Trump met with Gov. Ron DeSantis in Florida to discuss COVID-19.

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As Covid rages on in Florida, turning the Sunshine State not only into a virus epicenter of the United States but of the entire world, news organizations aren't being honest about the public health crisis under Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis. They're not being transparent about how months ago they embraced GOP spin and portrayed the derelict governor as a pandemic star, regurgitating conservative rhetoric about how liberal critics had been proven wrong about DeSantis' wrong-headed policy decisions, which have since propelled Florida into a grave health crisis.

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