Via Avedon Carol, two tales of political children. We don't watch TV with the Little Anachronism around (except in extraordinary circumstances), but we do have NPR on many days.
We were trying to explain the election sign in our yard (and the local candidate who came canvassing Sunday), and L.A. got the idea that our own parent-child ticket should run for something: "people can vote for us to do science!"
Making kids listen to NPR at an early age causes early adulthood neoconservatism. Just a heads up.
Happy Father's Day.
Only in isolated cases. It's a calculated risk, because NPR is still the only news source proven to actually inform and educate. . .
Of course, listening to Fox News and El Rushbo at an early age leads to smelly-hippie-itis and ANSWERism....
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