The Millennial Generation
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January 17th, 2018
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By: Jenny Beth Martin, Opinion Contributor — thehill.com – January 9, 2018 I hope they will go beyond the red carpet and come to Washington to make this happen for all women. Since the revelations last year about the alleged evil sexual abuse Harvey Weinstein visited upon young women looking to make their way in the entertainment industry, men and women...
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January 16th, 2018
Millennials at work
By: David Sparkman – mhlnews.com – January 16, 2018 Recent research finds some real surprises in how Millennials view themselves and their work, and this new knowledge could help employers manage them more effectively. Principals at Deloitte Greenhouse Experience, the international consulting firm’s human resources management consulting and training unit, have developed a way of studying generations that they call...
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January 15th, 2018
Renew Temporary Protected Status
By: Ed Stetzer – washingtonpost.com – January 12, 2018 When my ancestors came to America from Ireland, they left what many people considered a “s‑‑‑hole” country. A potato famine, combined with Ireland’s bad reputation in much of Europe, led many to call for an end to the immigration of the unwashed Irish. “Filthy,” they called my family. But, let’s face it,...
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January 10th, 2018
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By: David French – nationalreview.com – January 9, 2018 Let’s ponder a disturbing question: What if the crisis of free speech on college campuses, with their often extreme intolerance for conservative points of view, represents the high point for free expression in a student’s life? In other words, what if the “real world” is more repressive, more ignorant, and more punitive...
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January 10th, 2018
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By David Brancaccio – marketplace.org – January 08, 2018 The GenForward survey spoke with millennials about their views on the future of America. We’re nearing the one-year mark of the Trump administration. With policies that are starkly different from the previous eight years under President Barack Obama, how are young people feeling about the future of the country? There’s a project out...
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January 8th, 2018
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By: Allysia Finley – wsj.com – January 7, 2018 It turns out the people likeliest to read false stories are the ones who read lots of hard news too. This just in—“fake news” didn’t elect Donald Trump. Democrats have argued that Trump voters were duped by fringe websites that traffic in misinformation, and that if those voters were better informed,...
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January 5th, 2018
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  By: Sean Rossman – usatoday.com – January 4, 2018 College students today strive for perfection more than previous generations and it could be damaging to their mental health. That’s what two British researchers found in an analysis of nearly 42,000 college students from the United States, Canada and Britain, what they believe is the first study of the generational differences in...
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January 3rd, 2018
Identity Politics
By: David Brooks – nytimes.com – January 1, 2018 Imagine three kids running around a maypole, forming a chain with their arms. The innermost kid is holding the pole with one hand. The faster they run, the more centrifugal force there is tearing the chain apart. The tighter they grip, the more centripetal force there is holding the chain together....
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January 3rd, 2018
Logan Paul
By: Bill Chappell – npr.org – January 2, 2018 After publishing images of a visit to Japan’s “suicide forest” that included footage of a dead body, YouTube star Logan Paul is apologizing — and critics are denouncing both the video and Logan’s behavior in it. The video was watched millions of times before he removed it. “I didn’t do it...
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December 28th, 2017
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by David French –  nationalreview.com – December 27, 2017 If I had to pick one of the most under-appreciated and under-reported stories of 2017, it would be that a post-Christian America is a more vicious America, and that the triumph of secularists is rendering America more polarized, not less. Remove from the public square biblical admonitions such as “love your...
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