Tuesday, April 12, 2005

Disinformation.gov

The American Prospect's online article is captioned "Misleading.gov," but there may be a more proactive element to the inaccuracy of information that is now being published on the new website being promoted by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services--www.4parents.gov--which is why I'm going with disinformation. TAP does a nice job of pointing out some of the inaccuracies and gaps in information regarding condoms that are published on the site as well as pointing out some of the consequences of those inaccuracies.

So here's a thought. Seatbelts neither promote nor prevent accidents. They just protect you when you have one. Why wouldn't you tell your kids to wear their seatbelts when they get in a car?

The War on Condoms continues apace.

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