March 30, 2016

“Right wing youth are so complicated”: Is the old “fiscal vs. social” conservative divide fading?

Lauren SouthernArchive

This show looks at the evolution of the conservative movement. We typically think of "conservatism" as divided between fiscal vs. social concerns, but today, the "right wing" is evolving.

There are so many factions: nationalists, libertarians, the "alt right," neo-cons and more. Today's youth can't be easily categorized...

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commented 2016-03-30 16:17:01 -0400
People are just obsessed with labels and group affiliation.
commented 2016-03-30 15:05:46 -0400
acuuna wrote «they sure do not understand the concept of a ‘work ethic’.»

They probably don’t understand either word in isolation, either.
commented 2016-03-30 15:03:01 -0400
Conservatives should see the political center as potential allies. Personally, my social views tend to be center-left while my economic views tend to be center-right, making me center-center overall. That said, I can’t stand political correctness and the unapologeticly left-slanted reporting of the mainstream media, so I read and donate to TheRebel. Similarly, Trump will be drawing a good deal of support from Independent voters in November, as they too are tired of Political Correctness and the too-far-left slant of many institutions, not to mention the out-of-control spending of the modern socialist state.
commented 2016-03-30 13:13:57 -0400
when you meet this kids nowadays, one of the first things they tell you is all their psychological disorders. I met this kid at work the other day and he told me he was bipolar, schizophrenic, manic depressive, obsessive compulsive disorder with tourettes syndrome. no shit. and he has a girlfriend.
generation waaa pity poor little me.
and then there was ‘slash’. a kid with about a hundred scars from self-mutilation. from the neck down, he was covered in cut marks. I told slash to stand closer to the knife next time.
and what really gets me is they constantly ask me if I can ‘spot them a joint’ as if I am a walking candy store. my work can be dangerous and requires a clear head. they sure do not understand the concept of a ‘work ethic’.