Socialism has been creeping up in the United States for a long time. It didn’t just become popular with Bernie Sanders and the newly elected congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. Socialism has wormed its way into our society a long time ago. Public education, a progressive income tax, and Social Security (especially the
“And do not call anyone on earth your father; for One is your Father, He who is in heaven. And do not be called leaders; for One is your Leader, that is Christ” (Matt. 23:9-10). Democrat primary wins are indicating that the Democrat Party is becoming more transparently socialistic. The
While Millennials claim socialism is the best form of government, when it’s applied to them personally, it shows it’s a bad system.
Socialism has been chosen by millennials as the best form of government.
They refuse to take the old advice. Economists and financial advisors are convinced the millennials are marching towards their financial doom, but the millennials are marching to the beat of a different drum than their baby-boomer parents…
In order to defeat an opponent, you need to know what you’re up against. Wishful thinking will not cut it. Whatever the reasons are — even if they are insane in our way of thinking — they must be confronted, planned for, and acted upon. We should never say “the American
We were all Millennials once. That is, we were all in a particular age group, and we had beliefs about all kinds of things. But what did we really know? We knew we didn’t want to fight in a foreign war like Vietnam. But other than that, most of what
Beware what you wish for. Young voters were ecstatic when Barack Obama came on the political scene. He was vetted by the media as a political messiah that would united the world with his soothing words, erase all racial conflict, and bring peace where peace was once unattainable. Their hopes
USA Today published a front-page article about the voting generation gap: “The Underlying Duel of 2012: Seniors vs. Millennials.” There has always been a generation gap. Young people grow up as socialists. In most homes, children are handed everything. Their food, shelter, clothing, cell-phone plans, cars, and educations are paid