As citizens, we rely on our government to make decisions that benefit society as a whole. But it’s no secret that government policies and decisions are often frustrating and perplexing. The government’s actions often seem to benefit only a select few. From tax hikes to confusing legislation, it can feel like the government is making things more difficult rather than easier!
It is believed that English pranksters started popularizing the annual tradition of April Fools’ Day on the 1st of April of the year 1700. They generally celebrated it by playing practical jokes on each other. However, this is just one of many beliefs of how the tradition first started and its exact origin still remains unknown.