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Results of a poll put together by the Pew Research Center shows that millennials lean liberal and vote Democrat, but see themselves as Independent.
According to the survey that interviewed 1,821 adults, with 617 of those being millennials, 50 percent of those between the ages 18 and 33 see themselves as politically independent, but often vote Democrat because of their liberal views in most social issues.
Millennial adults are also the most racially diverse population in the U.S., with about 43 percent being non-white.
CBS News reports that of those interviewed, only 31 percent felt that there was a distinct difference between the two major political parties, much lower than the 58 percent of people ages 69 to 86. More than half, 51 percent, of millennials also believe that there won’t be any money left in the Social Security System by the time they are old enough to retire.
Social and religious issues is where millennials differ the most between the age groups of people interviewed. For those 34 and older, at least 69 percent believe in a God, while millennials sit at around 58 percent certain and 28 percent believe, but aren’t sure. Only 38 percent of millennials identify as religious, compared with the other generations (Gen X, Boomer, Silent) who are no lower than 52 percent.
The Atlantic notes that while millennials lean more liberal in most social issues such as marijuana legalization, gay marriage, and immigration, they actually are close to the other generations when it comes to abortion and gun control. In fact, a higher percentage of Gen Xers, 59 percent, believe abortion should be legal in all or most cases, 3 percent higher than millennials.
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February 20, 2014 And the winner is … Local artist Tamara Chasteen named Citizen of the Year Anonymous The Huntsville Item The Huntsville Item Thu Feb 20, 2014, 11:21 PM CST HUNTSVILLE Local artist and longtime Wynne Home Arts Center volunteer Tamara Chasteen was chosen Citizen of the Year for 2013 by past winners of The Huntsville Items big award. Chasteen accepted the award from Huntsville Item publisher Rita Haldeman during a celebration for the four finalists held Thursday evening at the HEARTS Veterans Museum.
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All the attention has been deservedly given to Kevin Durant, but the other big reason the Thunder are thriving is their stifling defense.
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Until last week, it looked as if the 2014 mayor’s race might include no true progressive candidate despite the fact that Oakland is one of the most liberal cities in America. Mayor Jean Quan ran as a progressive in 2010, but since then she has moved steadily toward the center of the political spectrum. And the three people who’ve announced that they’re running against Quan this year Councilmember Libby Schaaf, university professor Joe Tuman, and Port Commissioner Bryan Parker are more moderate than she is
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KABUL, Afghanistan, Jan. 4 (UPI) — A NATO soldier was killed in a suicide bomb attack on an Afghan-NATO base in Afghanistan’s Nangarhar province and two bombs went off in Kabul, officials say.
One bomb in the capital targeted a police station and the other a coalition military convoy. Neither resulted in casualties.
At least five insurgents were killed as they attempted to storm the base in the province’s Ghani Khail district, Voice of America reported. The Los Angeles Times said five insurgents were killed but Hazrat Hussain Mashraqiwal, a spokesman for the provincial security command, said six Taliban fighters were killed when the vehicle in which they were riding exploded, Khaama Press reported.
Mashraqiwal said the militants had attempted to drive into the base, but blew up the vehicle outside it after security forces recognized them.
Citing Ahmad Zia Abdulzai, a spokesman for the provincial governor, the Times said an insurgent detonated a car filled with explosives at the entrance of the base. Four other militants who attempted to storm the base were killed in a 40-minute firefight with Afghan and ISAF forces.
Mashraqiwal said no civilians were killed or injured by the blast. No Afghan forces were reported killed.
The nationality of the NATO soldier was not identified.
The Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack. A Taliban spokesman, Zabiullah Mujahid, claimed Afghan and ISAF forces received heavy casualties during the attack.
Three Afghan police officers were killed elsewhere in Nangarhar province Saturday when their vehicle hit a roadside bomb, the Times said.
In a separate incident Friday evening, at least two Taliban militants were killed and another injured during an attack on police in Kunar province.
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Same-sex marriage is picking up steam in the courts. A federal judge ordered Ohio on Monday to recognize gay marriages on death certificates, but used broad language that could be cited to mount a broader challenge to the law barring such unions.
It was the third judicial decision in the last week favoring same-sex marriage rights. In Utah, a federal judge struck down a gay marriage ban Friday and refused to suspend his decision Monday. A federal appellate court also rejected Utah’s plea to put his ruling on hold.
And on Thursday, the New Mexico Supreme Court formally recognized same-sex marriage, which is now legal in 17 states and the District of Columbia.
The scenarios must have sounded all too familiar to U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia. In June, when the court issued a landmark decision ordering the federal government to recognize same-sex marriages performed in states where they were legal, Scalia warned of what could come next.
“How easy it is, indeed how inevitable, to reach the same conclusion with regard to state laws denying same-sex couples marital status,” Scalia wrote in a scathing dissent in United States vs. Windsor, which struck down part of the federal Defense of Marriage Act but left state laws intact. “No one should be fooled; it is just a matter of listening and waiting for the other shoe” to drop.
Now, for opponents of same-sex marriage, the other shoe is dropping.
“We’re on a roll!” said Jon Davidson, legal director of Lambda Legal, an advocacy group that has been handling cases against same-sex marriage bans across the country. “Three work days in a row, we’ve had victories,” and all of them cite the Supreme Court’s Defense of Marriage Act ruling.
In the most recent decision, U.S. District Judge Timothy S. Black ruled in Cincinnati that Ohio had to recognize a gay couple as spouses on one of the men’s death certificate. Ohio bans same-sex marriage, so the pair had flown to Maryland while one of the men was terminally ill and wed on an airport tarmac.
Although Black’s decision applied only to death certificates for couples married out of state, his ruling criticized Ohio’s same-sex marriage ban and opened a door for other couples to challenge the law more broadly.
Alphonse Gerhardstein, a civil rights lawyer in Cincinnati who handled the case, said the Defense of Marriage Act ruling was central to his attack on Ohio’s ban.
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Sometimes life presents clear choices, but often it presents tragic situations. A tragic situation is one in which you are caught in a vice between two competing goods, so it is necessary to compromise one or the other, or maybe a bit of both. Or its one in which you are pursuing something good, but you must fight brutal enemies along the way, so it is impossible to be virtuous while being innocent.
A tragic situation means you are trying to pursue some large good project, but you are caught in a circumstance that imposes awful necessities. The challenge is to keep the humane project alive, and do what is necessary, while not going to extremes or being corrupted by those necessities.
Israel is caught in a tragic situation. Its surrounded by an Arab world that is largely hostile to its existence. No Arab leader has enough legitimacy to make peace. It is in a region marked by failed states, decentered radical Islam and rampant turmoil.
Today this brutal situation boils down to one tortuous choice, which Ari Shavit captures in his superb book, My Promised Land: If Israel does not retreat from the West Bank, it will be politically and morally doomed, but if it does retreat, it might face an Iranian-backed and Islamic Brotherhood-inspired West Bank whose missiles could endanger Israels security. The need to end occupation is greater than ever, but so are the risks.
So how do you deal with a tragic situation? First and most difficult, you have to give up the illusion that you are not in one. You have to give up the illusion that life will be pure and that everybody will approve of you and that you will be able to pursue all your goods harmoniously.
Second, you have to identify and commit yourself doggedly to a humane project, and never lose sight of it, which in Israels case is its survival as a democracy.
The third step is to stumble cautiously forward. You make your mistakes slowly, and avoid the big stroke, because the definition of a tragic situation is that each one is unique and the rule books dont apply. You have to accept that you have been thrown into circumstances you would never choose for yourself. You have to subject every morally hazardous response to scrutiny and not grade yourself on a curve.
Over the decades, Israelis have wobbled through error, uncertainty and moral ambiguity. But, collectively, they have adapted to their tragic circumstances with some reasonable degree of success. They didnt recoil from the drama they were caught in. They are nothing if not critical of each other. The society moves forward on a great wave of fevered argument. There are always new parties, as old messy improvisations the semi-socialist economy, the Oslo process, the security fence become obsolete.
But there will always be those whose minds recoil from the ambiguity of a tragic situation. Some of these people turn into amoral realists and decide in the brutal situation that anything that advances survival is permitted. Under their leadership, security becomes insecurity because security measures are taken to the extreme. These are the people who want to permanently colonize the West Bank.
On the other side, there are people whose minds seem to flee, almost by instinct, from ambiguity to absolutism. These are often good people, with high ideals. But they take a dappled society in a tough situation, like Israel, and they want to judge it according to black and white legal abstractions. They find a crime or an error and call for blanket condemnation (these people tend not to apply this standard to themselves).
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