Young Americans need a fairer, simpler tax code, but there are reasons to worry Congress will screw this up.
Nick Gillespie interviews Lisa De Pasquale about her new parody book on outrage culture.
Techno-panic finds a new target in Jean Twenge's "Have Smartphones Destroyed a Generation?"
Millennials may have mixed views of capitalism, but they hold socialism in even lower regard.
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.
The post-millennial generation starts turning 18 this year, while the eldest members of the post-Gen Z cohort are starting to be born.
College students rather than deans are calling for less speech and expression. That should worry us all.
For all the things establishment conservatives think millennials should be against, they have a hard time articulating what young people should be
for, and what that has to do with the Republican Party.
Tens of thousands marched through Washington, D.C., today. As usual, media outlets paid the protest minimal attention.
Instapundit Glenn Reynolds lays out reform that will maintain antidiscrimination law while taming its excesses.
Nick Gillespie, Shikha Dalmia, Avik Roy, and Charles C.W. Cooke talk about immmigration, limited government, and cosmopolitanism.
The cost of today's and tomorrow's lavish public pensions and entitlements will be borne by younger Americans.
Conservative intellectuals are pushing a turn that will alienate millennials, not secure the GOP's white base.
Hey kids! You're paying for entitlements you won't get, subsidizing health care for old people who are rich, and fighting senseless wars.
Millennials are rightly skeptical of an economic system that rewards politically connected cronies rather than innovation and hard work.