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As Americans rush to join the Nouveau Poor, panelists debate the claim that the newly poor are incapable of integrating with long established poor…
We could consider death rates from medical misadventure. [UPDATE: Sorry about the ads, but copyright covers SNL and I couldn’t find it on YouTube.]
In The Know panelists discuss whether seeing images of dead babies and other horrors in our sleep is desensitizing Americans to violence.
Panelists discuss how pornography warps children’s minds, leading them to believe sex is actually fun rather than shameful and embarrassing.
A year ago … [i]t may have been too early for many people. Now, things have “progressed” further….
Experts Agree Giant, Razor-Clawed Bioengineered Crabs Pose No Threat
After Citibank becomes nationalized, expect to see commercials like this.
Panelists debate whether games like Fallout 3 and Gears Of War 2 are teaching children skills they’ll really need in the End Times.
If only Meet the Press, Face the Nation or State of the Union could have episodes like that…. Maybe then I’d watch them.
Patrick McGoohan and his radical TV mystery/suspense series, gave a substantive critique of the modern world which still has tremendous power.