Throughout my teenage years and early 20s in Southern California, I was not only oblivious to how people live in Alabama, Kansas, or Virginia, I was used to the urban universalism. If we all just coexisted nicely, Ubered to our favorite culturally diverse restaurant, and went to the occasional international arts festival, everything would be fine right?
The other night I was sitting in bed with my wife reading. Out of nowhere she looked at me and asked, “How do you just sit and read?” At first I was perplexed...After a second I looked at her and said, “I don’t know, I just do. It makes me happy.”
When you believe in the dribble of demagogues you become a product of demagoguery. Your life and hopes are ruled by fear and the promises you hope to come true will undoubtedly be unrealistic.
Based on an initial glance at the general habits of Millennials one would most likely scoff at our spending habits, willingness to save, and lack of financial literacy. We seem to spend a ridiculous amount of our money on unimportant things like coffee, random crap on Amazon, and super-awesome cocktails at hipster bars downtown. However, if you look with a bit of a wider lens you’ll notice a generation that, whether purposely or not, seems to have learned a lesson from the great recession.
There are many reasons why Millennials are a peculiar generation. One such reason is our approach to marriage, which is not traditional in just about every single aspect. I believe that its about time for America's largest generation to start getting hitched.
Beyond the rants of the left that repealing Obamacare will rip health care from the grip of crying babies and the trolling tweets of the right that leftist conspirators are using health care to turn the U.S. to socialism is a real debate. We've been faced with bad options attempting to fix a universal problem...cost.
As Warren Buffet has said, “The average person now lives better than the richest person did even 150 years ago.” It will be the responsibility of Millennials to preserve that prosperity.
Have you ever noticed how horrible the people are who disagree with you? I mean, how do they not understand? Obviously their either stupid or just bad people. Or maybe you live in a bubble. Here is a piece of advice: Pop your political bubble! Do it now! All a sudden, Republicans control both houses... Continue Reading →
Prior to delving into a brief description of the different trains of thought in American foreign policy, it is essential to understand the broad strokes of how Americans think of their relations with the rest of the world. Traditionally, the United States had abided by a staunch isolationist foreign policy until, first, the Monroe Doctrine... Continue Reading →