April 26, 2016

Report on Young People Shows How Shallow Some Are

This essay reveals how shallow some young people are. They actually believe in the least reliable discipline, i.e., politics for avenues to effect change. The report itself conflicts with its thesis. Describing the current youth generation as the most diverse, only liberals can be heard in this piece.
No mention of the role of religion in maintaining a stable society. No mention of the failing institution of marriage, and failing schools. But most of all the hedonism of the young generation and demand for immediate gratification shows that the elements which are driving the degeneration of the nation and its leaders, remains unaddressed. 

[From article]
the conversation was meant to suggest a way forward as the most diverse and educated American generation in history begins to inherit an economic and political system that many of its members do not believe serves them.
[. . .]
The three panelists, all in their 30s, professed a sincere belief that civic and political work offers the best way to address the problems that plague Millenials


Millennial panel sees generation wary of politics but willing to engage
By Neal Simpson
The Patriot Ledger
Posted Apr. 25, 2016 at 11:31 am
Updated Apr 25, 2016 at 8:58 PM
Cambridge Chronicle

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