One way we can fight right now for our Founders' America is by going here and joining the several hundred thousand Americans who already have voiced their opposition to the passage of the Local Law Enforcement Hate Crimes Prevention Act, because in the end, it could not only criminalize opinions (an unconstitutional act) but also provide elevated protection to pedophiles. Is that how we want our government protecting our children and the Constitution?
I've felt honored to be reconnected to the younger generations through the "Chuck Norris Facts" proliferation. I hear from thousands every year, listen to their concerns, and do my best to carry their concerns to appropriate parties to implement change.
It doesn't take a sociologist to realize that the next generation of young people to pass the baton of America are wearing unique and heavy burdens. They are called the millennials -- 47 million young adults between the ages of 18 and 29.
The millennials have so much to offer our world. If we're going to win our culture wars, we need the millennials to do it. If we are going to reawaken and restore America, we need the millennials' help. There is no way around it. We need to re-engage with our young people in order to build a brighter future and better tomorrow.
Whether at work, in a college classroom or at a community event, can you identify someone to whom you can reach out and begin to build that generational bridge?
If you think protecting a bakery in Croatia is impressive, try protecting a youth in America from the onslaught of our cultural maladies. If you do, it's you who will be the superhero.
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