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  • Why lowering the voting age would make for a better democracy

    10/21/2019 8:36:21 AM PDT · by luv2ski · 102 replies
    Mic ^ | October 18, 2019 | Noah Berlatsky
    In 2016, Mari Copeny wrote a letter to President Barack Obama to ask him for help addressing a problem in her hometown. Copeny, a resident of Flint, Michigan, wanted Obama to visit the city to address the ongoing water crisis. "I've been doing my best to march in protest and to speak out for all the kids that live here in Flint," Copeny wrote, referring to the city's tainted water supply due to government corner-cutting. She added that she was going to travel to Washington, D.C., for the congressional testimony of Rick Snyder, then the Michigan governor. At the time,...
  • ROCK DON Teenage Trump fans cry tears of joy at Minneapolis rally that looks like Justin Bieber

    10/12/2019 8:42:08 AM PDT · by Hojczyk · 33 replies
    The Sun ^ | October 11, 2019 | Nika Shakhnazarova
    DONALD Trump's rally in Minneapolis has turned heads after people pointed out that it looked more like a Justin Bieber concert rather than a political meeting. Teenage girls and boys were seen crying tears of joy as the US president talked about his win in the 2016 election to a 20,000-strong crowd in Minnesota. Teenage boys were also seen supporting the US president at the Minnesota rally
  • The religion of climate change & the new doomsday scenario

    10/05/2019 6:04:12 PM PDT · by kathsua · 11 replies
    One News Now ^ | October 2, 2019 | Dr. Michael L. Brown
    When I came to faith as a 16-year-old, drug-using, hippie rock drummer, I was told that Jesus was returning very soon. The end of the world was near. Very near. Today, there is a new religious narrative, especially among young people, with a new "end of the world" scenario. But this one is depressing and grim, with nothing redemptive about it. I'm talking about the new religion of manmade global warning. It has its unique gods (like Mother Earth). It deifies the created world (with seminarians confessing to plants in a chapel service). It has its high priests and religious...
  • Rasmussen: 51% Of Young Voters Believe Humanity Could Be Wiped Out Within 15 Years

    09/24/2019 8:52:37 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 74 replies
    Scott Rasmussen ^ | 09/23/2019 | Scott Rasmussen
    Over the next 10-15 years, 29% of all voters believe it is at least somewhat likely that the earth will become uninhabitable and humanity will be wiped out. A ScottRasmussen.com national survey found that 71% disagree and find it unlikely.The totals include 10% who consider it Very Likely and 37% who say Not at All Likely.There is a dramatic difference by age on this question. Half (51%) of voters under 35 believe it is at least somewhat likely humanity will be wiped out in the next decade or so. Only 12% of senior citizens agree (and only 4% of seniors...
  • How liberal are today's young evangelicals?

    08/31/2019 11:15:24 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 26 replies
    Christian Post ^ | 08/31/2019 | Napp Nazworth
    Are today's young evangelicals becoming more liberal?This is the main question behind Central Michigan University political scientist Jeremiah Castle's new book, Rock of Ages: Subcultural Religious Identity and Public Opinion among Young Evangelicals, published this month by Temple University Press.For the most part, Castle found young evangelicals to be just as conservative as older evangelicals, with a few notable exceptions.Looking at ideological identification, political party identification, issue positions and issue priorities, young evangelicals look like their older peers.Book cover for "Rock of Ages: Subcultural Religious Identity and Public Opinion among Young Evangelicals" (2019) by Jeremiah Castle. | Temple University Press...
  • New Poll Shows Gen Z Is Pretty Confused About Socialism, Capitalism, And More

    08/19/2019 5:15:33 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 60 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | August 19, 2019 | Timothy Meads
    As the 2019-2020 school year begins this fall, millions of high schoolers and college students will be heading into an academic rife with politicization and heated classroom discussions. But, how do students truly feel about issues such as socialism, free speech, health care, and illegal immigration? Do these kids aged 13-22, known as Gen Z, feel comfortable sharing their true opinions? Do they even know the basic concepts of what they are discussing? To find out, Young America's Foundation, "the nation’s premier organization for inspiring students on high school and college campuses with conservative ideas," teamed up with Echelon Insights...
  • How students are taking part in unlicensed boxing events in front of packed crowds of [tr]

    08/09/2019 6:05:02 AM PDT · by C19fan · 11 replies
    UK Daily Mail ^ | August 9, 2019 | Alisha Buaya
    British university students are risking their lives to take part in unlicensed boxing fight nights. In a craze that is sweeping university students across the nation, young men are willingly stepping into a boxing ring to fight each other in front of glamorous women and cheering crowds. Footage from a recent bout in warehouse in Cardiff shows a man, Dan 'The Duster Davis', strut into the arena to bass heavy beats. Following him is his entourage as smoke machines and plumes of gold sparkles illuminate their entrance.
  • She Survived China’s Forced Labor Camp. Now She’s Urging Americans to Reject Socialism.

    07/09/2019 2:21:27 PM PDT · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 9 replies
    The Daily Signal ^ | July 8, 2019 | Rob Bluey
    Jennifer Zeng grew up admiring the Communist Party of China and adhering to its stringent rules. But her life changed forever when she embraced religion and was swept up in a government crackdown on Falun Gong. Arrested four times as a young adult and held in as a prisoner in a labor camp, she quickly woke up to the horrors of living in a socialist state. After being subject to brutal torture, Zeng managed to escape China and now tells about the evils of socialism and communism. At a time when more Americans are embracing Karl Marx’s teachings, Chris Wright...
  • FEWER MILLENNIALS ACCEPTING OF LGBTQ PEOPLE, STUDY FINDS

    06/24/2019 11:31:33 PM PDT · by ransomnote · 85 replies
    newsweek.com ^ | 6/24/19 | DANIEL AVERY
    Young people are often assumed to be progressive, especially when it comes to gay rights. But a new study reveals that acceptance of the LGBTQ community by adults 18 to 34 is falling.A new Harris Poll commissioned by GLAAD found that 36 percent of respondents in that demographic reported they'd be "very" or "somewhat" uncomfortable learning a family member was LGBTQ. That's up from 29 percent who said the same in 2018.According to the 2019 Accelerating Acceptance Index, 39 percent would be unsettled by their child learning about LGBTQ history in school, compared to just 30 percent in 2018. And finding...
  • The youth backlash to the LGBT movement

    06/24/2019 3:53:14 PM PDT · by Salman · 19 replies
    Bitchute ^ | June 24th, 2019. | Carl Benjamin
    Short video, also on YouTube (but they will likely take it down). https://www.bitchute.com/video/XRj_8t1TIVQ/
  • Gen Zs are Anxious, Entrepreneurial and Determined to Avoid Their Predecessor's Mistakes

    06/23/2019 6:27:43 PM PDT · by GuavaCheesePuff · 14 replies
    Newsweek ^ | June 13, 2019 | Adam Piore
    Maybe if he'd been born a boomer or a millennial, and grown up with the generational message that you can be whatever you want to be and things will work out, Zack Bauders, 21, would've given more thought to making a living as a professional photographer, like his father. He's certainly got the talent.His work includes a great action shot he snapped of former Navy quarterback Keenan Reynold, mid-stride, his arm cocked for the throw. He also took a moody picture of a nighttime meteor shower over a mountain and a stream, and contributed regularly to local magazines in his...
  • How to Build Up Your Life from Nothing.

    06/02/2019 7:06:48 PM PDT · by vannrox · 78 replies
    Metallicman ^ | Posted update 6-3-2019 | Editorial Staff
    This is the full post of the article. It is in honor for all the new graduates that are just now entering the work force. How to Build Up Your Life from Nothing. Here are my thoughts on what a young man can do to build up his life when he exits school. It does not matter if the school is college, High School, or elementary school. There comes a point in time when you need to make the transition from a student to a worker. Everyone has their thoughts on this. Here are mine. What Can we do? If...
  • Senior Christian Service Project

    03/19/2019 12:41:09 PM PDT · by Shark24 · 6 replies
    YouTube ^ | Mar 18, 2019 | Christine Sy
    Catholic High School video project
  • Young People’s Embrace of Socialism Shows Why We Shouldn’t Lower the Voting Age

    03/18/2019 5:04:01 PM PDT · by upchuck · 19 replies
    Daily Signal ^ | March 18, 2019 | Jarrett Stepman
    The left really wants to give kids the right to vote. This idea is so popular on the left that a majority of House Democrats voted in favor of lowering the voting age to 16. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., endorsed the idea as well. Speaker Nancy Pelosi: “I myself have always been for lowering the voting age to 16…I think it’s really important to capture kids when they’re in high school” pic.twitter.com/Enxr0kPJ3v — Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) March 14, 2019 Why would Pelosi and others on the left want to give high school children—hardly known for deep wisdom and sound...
  • What’s with these young people that rarely if ever take showers and baths?

    03/18/2019 10:19:15 AM PDT · by Bigtigermike · 120 replies
    Working with them at my job, I’ve notice a trend of millennials and young folks smelling awefull. In conversations when I ask in a round about way about showering and taking a bath, they pretty much say they do it every now and then or looking at it as some strange phenomenon! Even my nephew rarely takes baths and I have to get on him about it since he works in the public and deal with gasoline around him. What gives?
  • The Invisible Man [and Woman], a Tale of Ageism in America

    02/24/2019 1:00:06 AM PST · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 36 replies
    The Association of Mature American Citizens ^ | February 21, 2019 | John Grimaldi
    WASHINGTON, DC – You might recall the films, The Invisible Man, starring Claude Rains, and The Invisible Woman, starring Virginia Bruce. These works of fiction entertained audiences in the 1940s. But, it’s the 21st Century and it turns out invisible people really exist. “They live among us in the guise of senior citizens,” according to Dan Weber, president of AMAC, a powerful senior advocacy organization. San Francisco-based psychologist and psychotherapist Tamara McClintock Greenberg put it this way in an article for Psychology Today: “Why people are increasingly treated as if they’re invisible as they age (more prevalent it seems, for...
  • New CDC report shows staggering increase in ‘trans’-identifying youth

    02/04/2019 9:30:08 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 53 replies
    Life Site News ^ | 02/04/2019 | Jonathon Van Maren
    February 4, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) – Every poll for five years has been showing that the number of teens (and even children) identifying as “transgender” is climbing astronomically, but this latest number – reported by the Washington Post yesterday – is still staggering when you consider the implications: Transgender teens — those whose gender identity does not align with their biological sex at birth — now represent almost 2 percent of U.S. high school students, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. That conclusion stems from the agency’s analysis of data based on a nationally...
  • CDC: Almost Two Percent of Youth Are “Transgender,” 35 Percent of Whom Have Attempted Suicide

    01/28/2019 2:26:52 PM PST · by detective · 76 replies
    The New American ^ | 28 January 2019 | Warren Mass
    A study released last week by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said that just under two percent of high school students said they were “transgender,” meaning their sense of gender identity did not align with their sex at birth The report is the first released by the CDC that asked transgender-related questions among a large number of students, Reuters cited unidentified experts. Thirty-five percent of the transgender students said they had attempted suicide in the previous year, compared with about seven percent of those who did not see themselves as transgender, the CDC study found. This...
  • The Alternative Path

    01/26/2019 11:50:50 PM PST · by vannrox · 25 replies
    Splended Isolation ^ | January 2019 | Kim Du Toit
    Alternative Path January 9, 2019 Kim du Toit Advice, Business, Guy Stuff, Men & Women I have often ruminated that young men need to evaluate their career choices very carefully before picking the one they think will work best for them. Increasingly, it’s become apparent that going to college is not a worthwhile option for them — unless they want to be hounded, harassed and vilified just for the “crime” of being a man, that is. (10,000 instances of false accusations, man-hating professors and the courses they teach have been omitted on grounds of brevity.) Now, we’ve seen in other...
  • Blood From the Young Now on Sale for the Old in San Francisco: Report

    01/18/2019 3:43:22 AM PST · by Norski · 67 replies
    Winter Watch ^ | January 17, 2019 | Ethan Baron
    THE MERCURY NEWS — You don’t have to drink the blood of children to reclaim the vigor of your lost youth. You can mainline it. For $8,000 a liter. Ambrosia, a startup founded by a Stanford Medical School graduate, has begun pouring the blood of the young into the hardened arteries of their elders in five cities, one of them San Francisco, according to a new report. Founded in 2016 by Jesse Karmazin, an MD never licensed to practice medicine, Florida-based Ambrosia claims to be able to combat aging through infusions of blood plasma from younger people.