THE THANKSGIVING REPORT
From the ongoing Beltway Bulletin on fast-approaching Thanksgiving — now about 168 hours away — an answer to hosts and parents who would like to declare the Thanksgiving dinner table a technology-free zone. You are not alone: 64 percent of American parents wish they could ban the use of cellphones, iPads, Kindles and everything else when the good eats arrive and the fellowship begins.
The source is “The Tech Timeout” survey of 1,507 U.S. adults, courtesy of Harris Polls. So Junior, turn it off. Now. And you too, Uncle Bubba.