Because what I feel matters

Mike Adams wrote a great column today declaring his independence to act precisely as his students do:  rude, careless, and irresponsible, just because it feels good.  The reductio ad absurdum of this selfishness, of course, is what’s going on in France, where the students are perfectly happy to see the economy crater rather than to impose some minimal self-discipline on themselves for the good of society.  Dennis Prager takes that on in his column about socialism and selfishness.

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    Young people have passions for a reason. It makes them more effective cannon fodder when it came to defend the tribe and the women. That kind of energy has to go somewhere, in our civilized world. If there are no movies, entertainment, parties, classes, or jobs to channel them into… then we have a critical mass problem. A bunch of masses, with nothing to do, except cause trouble.

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