Scooter Schaefer

In a situation teeming with irony, the liberal media exercises its own political profiling on those that outwardly oppose the policies of this President and his administration.

Our youth, however, have the ability to be loud, unhinged, and ardent in their beliefs without being easily discredited, slandered, or profiled. The relative "innocence" of youth lends a movement credibility against its critics. Consider that it would be hard for even the mainstream media to challenge a modern youth movement opposing the "establishment" that we have defined, as they might be reverberating the same slogans and concepts accepted by the media of their parents' generation.

What greater moment does our nation's youth need to challenge the "establishment" than right now? Unlike any other generation, we are one whose basic liberties, freedoms, and future are poised to be infringed upon by a few in Washington who think they know best. As one of our nation's founding fathers, Patrick Henry, aptly put it, "When the American spirit was in its youth, the language of America was different: Liberty, sir, was the primary object."

Scooter Schaefer

Scooter Schaefer is a writer who focuses on liberty.