June 3, 2005 2:22 AM PDT

Not much to do in kids' online domain

The "online playground" set up by the U.S. government more than two years ago is a letdown, with less than 30 sites for kids to go to.

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So how committed are Republicans to the "family" thing?...
...committed enough to drop some of that hatred of government and acknowledge that the agents of the public need to have control of this idea for it to work? Every elementary school and church in the country might be willing to put content on this domain if there weren't so many hoops and so much expense caused by the private administration. So what's more important to you, protecting kids or protecting your precious free market ideology? My guess is markets will beat up kids with you guys every time...
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So how committed are Republicans to the "family" thing?...
...committed enough to drop some of that hatred of government and acknowledge that the agents of the public need to have control of this idea for it to work? Every elementary school and church in the country might be willing to put content on this domain if there weren't so many hoops and so much expense caused by the private administration. So what's more important to you, protecting kids or protecting your precious free market ideology? My guess is markets will beat up kids with you guys every time...
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