Despite congressional Democrats’ best efforts to preserve the Affordable Care Act, Millennials are reaffirming House Republicans’ hopes of repealing Obamacare, with many expecting the law to be done away with in the coming years.
A new study by the Harvard University Institute of Politics has found that young Americans attribute the rising student debt levels in the United States – which they consider to be a major issue facing the nation – to colleges, rather than the government or financial institutions.
The nebula that is the implementation of the Affordable Care Act has not only resulted in the American people doubting the Democrats’ ability to lead in Washington, but has put Republicans in even better electoral shape heading into 2014.
Young Americans aren’t fans of using racial or sexist slurs online, but at least they’re not taking them to heart, according to a new poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research and MTV.
Republicans need to remember that it is the Democrats who are our political enemy, not our fellow Republicans. We can only win in 2014 and beyond if we come together as a whole – and there’s no better time than the present to get the ball rolling to that effect.