[internetworkers] Why almost everything the Federal Govermentdoes is unconstitutional
evan.zimmerman at gmail.com
Mon Feb 14 16:23:01 EST 2005
Most "youth" have to learn these things for themselves. At any age
that could be considered Youth, they will likely not have been out on
their own, experienced the world, and developed these concerns yet. I
wonder if a similar study 20 years ago would have been even a little
different (had the technology existed). I think it's doubtful.
Not that it doesn't worry me too -- I'm just mitigating a bit here :-)
On Mon, 14 Feb 2005 13:47:19 -0500, Shea Tisdale <shea at sheatisdale.com> wrote:
> I'm going to head off in a different direction on this thread. Given the
> nature of the discussion I find it very interesting that this morning on NPR
> I heard that over 1/3 of the youth polled think that news stories should be
> approved by the government before being run.
> This factoid was dropped in the story Journalism and Hidden Agendas by David
> All of this makes me wonder just what is being taught in schools today and
> by parents? Most of the people I know have a healthy respect for the
> government, but it's tempered by an equally healthy distrust of government
> power. It seems this is fading rapidly.
> - Shea Tisdale
> Every generation has an obligation to improve the world.
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