Kids Conflate Information and Wisdom: Easy Marks for Liberal Rhetoric

We have to enlighten the youngsters and introduce them to Freedom and Liberty.

Jane Republican

When I was a kid, a teenager, and yes, a young adult (I’m that old) the internet did not exist.  I was in my early to mid-twenties when the internet came to my home.  And by “my home” I mean my parents home.  I don’t think I had my own computer with internet access at my own place of residence until I was at least 28 years old.

It’s hard for young people today to envision a world without computers.  Every child and teen has a computer at their fingertips 24/7.  Literally, at their fingertips with an iPhone.  If they want to know an answer to a burning question….any question at all, or if they just want to keep up with what’s happening in the world at large, they can access that information instantaneously.

When I was growing up kids and teens weren’t all that interested in the world at…

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