Public health conversation is nice and most people want to help stop the spread of the plague.
However, in practical terms . . . There's no question that the pandemic has severely limited a great many basic American freedoms and handed over "enforcement" to some (but not all) people who have become mad with power.
One example out of many . . .
After several warnings to wear his mask properly, she said a teacher told him to either tape his mask to his face -- or head to the principal's office.
In order to avoid trouble, SHE said her son and two other students taped their masks to their faces.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - A local mother said her son is now hesitant to go to class after a teacher did what she calls "unthinkable." Tabitha Berry said the classroom hasn't been the same for her eighth grade son at Overland Trail Middle School for the past week.