Karla Vermeulen's Generation Disaster: Coming of Age Post-9/11 is a starting place to mend the new generation gap.
Young people who came of age after 9/11 aren't snowflakes despite being exposed to a series of catastrophic events and apocalyptic news narratives.
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Younger people aren't immune to the coronavirus but they are less likely to die or be hospitalized because of it. Let them choose their own risk.
That could be bad news for 2020 presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg.
The Fox News star talks about Donald Trump, the 2020 election, the end of politics, and why he's ready for a whole new reality.
Former Time Editor and CEO of Constitution Center (!) Wants To Cancel First Amendment, Pass Hate Speech Laws
Freedom of expression is under attack from politicians, activists, and, saddest of all, journalists who benefit most from it.
New HBO documentary is moving … until it wanders into our current politics.
The controversial cultural critic rightly praises capitalism for its subversion of the status quo and its ability to make us fat.
Most college students borrow responsibly but the media can't stop showcasing people whose behavior is inexplicable and indefensible.
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Sarah Rose Siskind's monthly show Drug Test is creating a world of educated psychonauts one trip at a time.
Large Majority of Millennials and Gen Z Support Private Health Insurance While Nearly Half Say They Want Socialism: Reason Roundup
Plus: Klobuchar thinks government should profit when Big Tech sells your data, and the FDA drops a ban on genetically modified salmon.
Is it already time to feel nostalgia over growing up less than 20 years ago? Maybe.
Mind the dildos in Gregg Araki's latest.
Jonathan Haidt and Greg Lukianoff explain how "good intentions and bad ideas" have made young people super-fragile-and how to make things better.
Reason editors assess Rudy Giuliani's media tour, make bets about Iran policy, and gently suggest that some economic policies in Seattle may be suboptimal.
Whole Foods' John Mackey on why he's optimistic about American youth, his company's merger with Amazon, and the spread of 'conscious capitalism.'
Youth opinion on firearms is far from monolithic.
Since the mid-1990s (and despite mass shootings), popular opinion in favor of gun rights has increased. It's unlikely the Parkland massacre will change that.
'Gun Politics Is Where the Easy Caricature of America's Radicalized Youth Marching Toward Socialism Ends'
Young Americans don't fit into dying 20th-century culture-war tribes.
Students for Liberty's LibertyCon is bringing 1,500 students from all over the world to D.C. on March 2-4. Wolf von Laer explains the group's message and strategy.
Novelist Lisa De Pasquale sees "politics as entertainment" and worries that Millennials are lost forever to the left.
White men and black women were the most likely to endorse America moving beyond the Dem-GOP binary.
"A supposed modern culture of instant gratification has not stemmed the march of improvement."
Young Americans need a fairer, simpler tax code, but there are reasons to worry Congress will screw this up.
Techno-panic finds a new target in Jean Twenge's "Have Smartphones Destroyed a Generation?"
A new generation faces the familiar dilemmas.
Nick Gillespie tells Australia's "The Rational Rise" why he's bullish about the prospects for freedom in the 21st century.
The co-host of Last Podcast on the Left talks about Millennial libertarians, gun rights in New York City, and our fascination with serial killers.
Nearly half of young working-class whites do not identify with any religious affiliation.
In the spirit of an interracial, equal-opportunity orgy of bougie-ness, check out these tunes and videos.
College students rather than deans are calling for less speech and expression. That should worry us all.