Tag: Young Republicans

Jack brings back his NR colleague Isaac Schorr to examine what the heck is going on with the schism at the College Republican National Committee.

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Not so fast, Michael Jackson!  So this came up in Rushbabe’s post thanks to everybody’s favorite “Stina,” and I thought instead of deviating from Babe’s OP anymore than I already have, I’ll whip one up of my own. So the most obvious question is “How do we get young people here?” But perhaps the more […]

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If young conservatives are our future, should we sell our bonds? Former Cornell University College Republicans president and current National Review ISI Fellow talks about campus conservatism and assesses the current debate about the future of the right, particularly as it pertains to young people.

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Millennials just don’t get it. We know this because the media tells us so. Millennials are reprimanded (at college graduations, no less) as being the “least knowledgeable graduating class in history.” They are ridiculed because they won’t leave their parents nest (incurring the label “boomerang generation“), a fact that has been exacerbated by government social umbrellas like Obamacare (providing Mommy and Daddy’s insurance until 26). They are viewed as narcissistic and self-involved as demonstrated by their social media addictions.