I’m honestly not sure why it took the world so long to discover that people like me exist, or that we’ve long been miscategorized as members of Gen X.
Bob Dylan is the Boomer Beyoncé— moments of true genius imbued by a generation with cultural significance that demands fealty and is aghast at the slightest criticism.
In Ben Sasse’s new book, ‘The Vanishing American Adult,’ the Nebraska senator offers up thoughtful and practical advice on how to cultivate self-reliance among our future citizens. But are we too self-absorbed to do anything about it?
By deferring kids for ‘fur-babies,’ the dog-boomer generation is missing out on the real joys of parenthood and pets.
What should we make of Bill O’Reilly’s generational appeal, both in style and substance? How much of that appeal translates to younger generations of the non-Left, and why?
There’s something to be said for nostalgia and for the attempt to update cultural touchstones. But there’s a subtle danger in movie remakes.
The sleep training thing is indicative of a larger problem. After the dawn of the baby boomers, parenting morphed into pleasing, and then my generation took that to the next evolution.
After one of these parasitic Baby Boomers is elected president, there will be much rending of cloth and gnashing of teeth. Then life will continue pretty much apace.
The recession and recovery have been very painful. But most workers enjoy considerably higher incomes today than in 2000.
With ‘The Iran Wars,’ the Wall Street Journal’s Jay Solomon has produced a compelling—and alarming—book recounting America’s inept attempts to contain Tehran’s nuclear ambitions.
People used to drink too much wine and listen to Bach. Things aren’t different when you substitute Beck.
Lena Dunham isn’t an original; she’s caricature of what she thinks her feminist predecessors and mentors expect her to be.
Only children get the reputation for conceit, but excessive conceit is really the hallmark of their parents. And the damage they are doing to America is about to peak.
The more we shelter kids and prevent them from practicing their skills when they’re ready, the more we stunt their ability to be independent in the future.
It’s time to shift our eyes to the new revolutionaries, the Millennials, who will become part of our tradition whether we like it or not.
To show our children how to properly love their future partners, we must be aloof fathers.
A short history of presidential elections, from Andrew Jackson to Barack Obama.
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