How Do Younger Republicans Disagree With Older Republicans?

There’s a certain narrative about the Republican party that they all march in lockstep. Indeed the fact that individual politicians continue getting into office would give that impression. It’s true that the Republican voters will hold their nose and vote for whoever has an R after their name. The National Association of Republicans is looking to stir up the pot a bit (see here: http://www.narusa.com/)

However, that doesn’t mean that people in the Republican party don’t disagree with each other. In point of fact, much like in any other situation, there’s a very real generational divide. That is to say, in many ways younger Republicans disagree with the older Republicans.

If you don’t pay much attention to politics, or you’re an older Republican, who doesn’t pay much attention to young people, you may write this off as nothing major. It’s an incredibly important thing to pay attention to. Because where the youth goes, so goes a political party. The fact that there are significant ways in which younger Republicans disagree is an important thing.

One of the major ways younger Republicans do not agree with older Republicans is in the area of social conservatism. The real truth is that the Republican party wasn’t the party of “social conservatism” until the Civil Rights Act of 1965 when Nixon decided to use the Southern Strategy to appeal to the voters who were against the act. Then the Republicans moved to gather up the “moral majority”. 

Younger Republicans have grown up in an era of harsh economic times. Thus, they tend to be more focused on the economy. They’re not concerned with who gets married to whom because they see no reason that would affect their lives. 

This reasoning is just one of the ways younger Republicans disagree with older Republicans. There are many others. If this is something you find interesting, you should do more research.


Secret Sociieties That Control The World

 

Have you ever wondered how the world operates? Do you think that things happen by chance or even the way that they are reported in the news? If you do, then you might be amazed at the power that secret societies have over how things work.

Most activities of secret societies are hidden from non-members. Outwardly, these social organizations are put together to take care of a need within the community, that may be either political, social, or religious in nature. However, because so many members hold key positions within the context of the larger social system, eventually they are able to control more aspects of the community life than most people ever expect.

The connections formed within successful secret societies make them particularly long-lived. A case in point is Yale University’s Skull and Bones Society. In the 2004 United States Presidential campaign, both candidates from the two major parties were members of this secretive group. To this date, people who are not members know none of its history or rituals.

Rituals are at the core of many of these powerful societies. In fact, the famous Illuminati has been in existence since it was first founded in the Germany of the 18th century. It is rumored that this group has been responsible for most of the major wars of the modern age and that its primary aim is to form a single world government.

Another mysterious group is the Freemasons. Their roster has included luminaries such as George Washington. Masons have long been accused of pulling the strings on a puppet-like world stage. Do they really have this power, and can they be trusted if they do?

It’s no secret that things happen behind the closed doors of the powerful. The question is whether those doors also belong to the secret societies that control the world.