I have recently been engaged in one of the most thought provoking conversations of my life; one that calls on retaining the wisdom of experience while disengaging the perspective of the years required to get there. The goal of the project is to develop a young Republicans organization that will attract members under the age of thirty.
Association based on political philosophy is not exactly the hot topic for the twenty-somethings. But party affiliation is primarily about principles. And the Republican Party Platform is not a list of cool things to do on Spring Break.
We are knowingly beginning at a disadvantage. Gallup reports
that, “Young voters overall tend to identify more strongly with the Democratic Party than the Republican Party, so it is highly likely that they will break for Obama in the ge