Re: The Culture War Against Kids

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    >Subject: The Culture War Against Kids
    >Date: Fri, 1 Jun 2001 05:21:34 -0700
    >I couldn't endorse this article enough, or agree with it more.
    >This story has been forwarded to you from by
    >"The Culture War Against Kids"
    First, are the figures in this article trustworthy?

    Second, doesn't the author seem to contradict himself towards the end, where
    the U.S. can't confront problems that weren't supposed to be all that
    serious earlier in the article?

    Third, is the author a cultural warrior in the gun rights debate? If so, I
    detect some axe grinding between the lines. I suppose labels such as
    "cultural warriors" apply to them, not us.

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