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Get Woke, Go Broke " Queer "Doctor Who" Suffers Worst Ratings In Series Ladylove

Woke activists today often like to hearken back to nostalgic media from the 1960s; what they consider the golden era or genesis moment of far-left movements in British and US history.  These were the days when being a progressive was considered "counter-culture" and cool, with every major rock star and celebrity tapping into youth angst and hippie philosophy.  The progressive shift led to considerable social instability in the 1970s.

EXCLUSIVE We Wrote the Truth and These Days the Left Hates the Truth: Nashville Hitmakers Launch Try That in a Small Town Podcast Featuring Jason Aldean MikeRivero

Country music megastar Jason Aldean’s smash-hit single “Try That in a Small Town” was that rare anthem — a work of pop culture that captured a volatile political moment with such force and clarity that it became a flashpoint for heated debate, media gamesmanship, and rampant projection — mostly on the part of the angry left, which accused the song of being racist. In other words, “Try That in a Small Town” took on a life of its own, well beyond anything its creators could have foreseen.