Americans under 30 supported warrantless surveillance much less than older Americans.
Only a third of Americans under 30, but nearly two-thirds 30 and older, support warrantless surveillance.
It's the younger generation that is calling bullshit on this so it doesn't exactly fit with your "these millennial kids are idiots" theme.
What public service, exactly, has that charity funded by the way?
Wait, really? Is this a serious question?
They've been heavily involved in relief and development in Africa, post-earthquake relief in Haiti, working on retrofitting buildings to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the US, help promote womens rights and allowing minorties access to better education. Sure there's a question about the transparency of the organization but they do a good deal of public service.
If ISIS went out of business, intelligence agencies would no longer be able to justify their expenditures in combating ISIS and would have to put in some actual work to find a replacement target.
Damn where would we find one of those... Maybe China? Or Russia?
"Consistency requires you to be as ignorant today as you were a year ago." -- Bernard Berenson