Anybody who's been to YouTube quickly becomes cynical about the future of the human race, particularly when you read the comments to... well... any video. But this PBS video argues that YouTube actually makes you smarter by lowering barriers to learning about literally any topic. And we have to admit, they've got a point. There are all sorts of educational videos on YouTube. Of course, there are also videos like this:
Republican State Representative Ken Horn, Chair of the House Energy and Technology Committee talks about MI ballot proposal 3 and Salem witch descendant and author Din Parsons talks about his book "The Strong Witch Society - The Diary of Mary Bliss Parsons" on The Tom Sumner Program Thursday October 11 beginning at 6 p...
Knowing that he holds strong views on the issue, I reached out to Friederich Nietzsche for comment on the current kerfuffle over Hilary Rosen’s suggestion that Ann Romney had “never worked a day in her life”:
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