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Conservatives are stuck in a perpetual outrage loop. The reappearance of Todd Akin, the horror-movie villain immortality of Sarah Palin, the unseemly celebration of the Hobby Lobby decision – these all speak to a chorus of “la-la-la-can’t-hear-you” loud enough to drown out the voice of an entire generation. Late last week, the Reason Foundation released the results of a poll about that generation, the millennials; its signature finding was the confirmation of a mass abandonment of social conservatism and the GOP. This comes at a time when the conservative movement is increasingly synonymous with mean-spirited, prank-like and combative activism and self-important grand gestures. The millennial generation has repeatedly defined itself as the most socially tolerant of the modern era, but one thing it really can’t stand is drama.
Catey Shaw is a singer from Virginia—one Brooklyn’s many vibrant neighborhoods—and her new single “Brooklyn Girls” really just nails BK (local nickname): there are buildings… and people… and parties.
That boy? The boy who saved the dog from the shark? He was a young Abraham Lincoln.
It’s good that the music industry is finally giving deals to singers with speech impediments