Rachel is a Young Voices Advocate and the associate editor of Thoughts on Liberty. She writes frequently about social issues and foreign policy, and has been published in DL Magazine, Pocket Full of Liberty, and Aspyr’s GameAgent blog. Currently, Rachel is an associate at LifeCourse Associates, a private generational studies and consulting company. Rachel graduated with an MA from University of Chicago’s Committee on International Relations and with a BA from Agnes Scott College.
The Pew Research Center recently released a study claiming that a quarter of Millennials will never get married, and those that will wont get married until theyre older. While its true that Millennials are waiting longer to get married, the data ignores generational traits driving young people to tie the knot.
So whats going on here? Arent Hispanics more traditionally aligned with the left, while libertarianism more often aligns with the right? Curious about the shift, I interviewed a handful of Hispanic American Millennials and found that there are a number of causes like demographic and ideological changes driving the shift.
Police in Ferguson, MO arrested two journalists for covering the protests over their fatal shooting of an unarmed teenager eight times, including in the back.
?Pew Research Center recently found that Americans, overall, see Hamas as more to blame than Israel for the current violences. This is true across demographics—except for those between the ages of 18 and 29.
Yesterday, Derek Hunter declared that libertarianism has entirely lost its meaning, that the party has devolved into a catch-all for people who want to criticize the government without doing anything about it. He also assumed that any Republican candidate would be better than a Democrat for classical liberals.