The Future of Conservatism is Bright Thanks to Young Conservative Leaders 1/23/18 - A Whittle Bit of Commentary

A Whittle Bit of Commentary with Chad Whittle

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If you listen to the media, and I know that most of you don’t, but I’m sure you’ve seen surveys that report that millennials are majority liberal, maybe even socialist. If you are an older conservative, or one of any age, I’m sure this concerns you because you want America to have a bright future for the next generation and for your own kids and grandkids so understandably, you are concerned about the millennial generation.

Well, today I’m here to offer good news and encouragement about the millennial generation and the conservative movement.

The good news is that the future of conservatism is bright because we have some great, smart, talented, strong young conservative millennial leaders that are in the media and online.

Some of the bright lights of millennial conservatism includes Ben Shaprio, Allie Stuckey, Steven Crowder, and your humble, and dare I say handsome host, Chad Whittle.

They are using their different talents to reach others their age and beyond from online platforms, to television, to speaking on college campuses. With this group of conservatives and others, I am confident that the future is bright for America and conservatism. In each generation leaders rise up, and the millennial generation is blessed with some real talent.

With leaders like these, conservatism can and will influence millennials. The future has never been brighter.

 I’m Chad Whittle on A Whittle Bit of Commentary.

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Posted on January 22, 2018 .