Regardless of how clever it is, what does TV actress Alyssa Milano’s faux “sex tape” aimed at . . . getting folks to focus on Syria . . . say about the wholesale alienation among a generation of news consumers? Here’s what Milano tells Mother Jones:
"I think it was a really fun way to get people to realize that there are important issues our country is dealing with right now. If people end up learning something about the crisis in Syria that's a good thing—even if I had to do a sex tape to lure them in."