Ben speaks with Kristen S. Anderson about her new book, The Selfie Vote: Where Millennials Are Leading America (And How Republicans Can Keep Up).
If liberals want to blame millennials for racism that could descend into Dylann Roof’s behavior, they should hold up a mirror.
Millennials are drawn to creative pursuits. Just wait ‘til they hear about marriage.
Most millenials have lost all mechanical ability. But under the surface, there’s a subtle renaissance of responsibility reemerging.
For belonging, millennials turn not to churches but to social networks like Twitter, which are great at shaming but terrible at forgiveness.
The church has to get millennials over their sexual hangups rather than throwing them back in millennials’ faces, as a pastor did in an open letter to Hozier.
My generation willfully ignores the real debate about gay rights and religious freedom because we want halos without sacrifice.
The event formerly known as a music festival just no longer fits Austin, or anywhere in particular. In that sense, SXSW is like American culture at large.
Millennials are sick of being told to sacrifice our dreams and economic potential for that of other people whom government picks.
Here are seven ways millennials can reach adult milestones such as paying off student loans, getting married, buying a house, and starting a family.
How can young people embrace adulthood when they reject adults?
As gay-marriage laws move towards the U.S. Supreme Court, millennials’ support may eventually make any legal decisions moot.
To help Millennials embrace adulthood, perhaps it’s time to give them ways they can do that even if they’re not married or financially comfortable.
The Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act would ban abortions after 20 weeks gestation. And it’s probably consonant with Roe v. Wade.
Insisting that diversity depends on race and identity instead of class will cost the Left its political power.
If many liberals seem unconcerned about their party’s future, it’s only because they’ve coalesced around a comforting notion: History belongs to us.
A new Harvard study says millennials aren’t voting this year. This could prove costly for both parties and for many years to come.
Rock the Vote swings at Millennials and connects—in the guts.
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