A fun video on the Declaration of Independence

Aaron Gee
From the website of Soomo Publishing comes a fun video, that in the words of it's creators is ". . . an anachronistic daydream asking the question, "If pop producer Timbaland had sought to build consensus around declaring independence, what might he have produced?"What they produced is sweeping Facebook and other social networking web sites, and has been especially popular with young patriots. It's worth watching:

I would suggest to the reader to approach the producer's other websites skeptically. Looking at the publicly available index of assignments it appears that the authors view anthropogenic global warming as fact and terms like "Green Justice" and "Economic Justice" appear in their assignments. The Kyoto Protocol is described as a UN accord which sets goals for ozone-depleting emissions, while the UN describes the same document as providing a framework for "stabilization of greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere at a level that would prevent dangerous anthropogenic interference with the climate system."

Perhaps they do provide a balanced presentation, I don't know. Keep in mind that even a broken clock is correct twice a day.


From the website of Soomo Publishing comes a fun video, that in the words of it's creators is ". . . an anachronistic daydream asking the question, "If pop producer Timbaland had sought to build consensus around declaring independence, what might he have produced?"

What they produced is sweeping Facebook and other social networking web sites, and has been especially popular with young patriots. It's worth watching:

I would suggest to the reader to approach the producer's other websites skeptically. Looking at the publicly available index of assignments it appears that the authors view anthropogenic global warming as fact and terms like "Green Justice" and "Economic Justice" appear in their assignments. The Kyoto Protocol is described as a UN accord which sets goals for ozone-depleting emissions, while the UN describes the same document as providing a framework for "stabilization of greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere at a level that would prevent dangerous anthropogenic interference with the climate system."

Perhaps they do provide a balanced presentation, I don't know. Keep in mind that even a broken clock is correct twice a day.