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    Latinos and Obamacare: Not Buying It

    Here’s a poll the White House doesn’t want you to see: In the state of Colorado, 57 percent of Hispanics disapprove of Obamacare. This development is significant for a number of reasons. First, Hispanics constitute a disproportionate amount of America’s uninsured population, and, thus the intended audience of this grand … More

    Generation X and Millennials Face Retirement Crisis

    While social commentators bemoan the impending retirement crisis facing baby boomers, younger Americans should really be the ones worrying, argues Heritage’s Romina Boccia on Next Generation TV. >>> Watch the video here. Over the next 20 years, the working age population is supposed to increase by 10 percent, but the … More

    Five Economic Reforms That Are Actually Relevant to Millennials

    Good news, millennials: You don’t need to embrace socialist policies if you want to rejuvenate the economy – and your future. Rolling Stone published a piece last week purporting to promote “Five Economic Reforms Millennials Should Be Fighting For.” The author, Jesse Myerson, wishes that the government would hire everyone … More

    President, First Lady Turn to Moms for Help Selling Obamacare

    The Obama Administration is circling back to a strategy it has tried since May and most recently in November to get more uninsured adults into Obamacare: Enlist mothers to encourage and even nag their adult children to enroll in the insurance exchanges. President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama will … More

    Millennials Need an American Rebound

    The plight of debt-burdened and underemployed millennials—those born between 1979 and 1994—is troubling, but Heritage Foundation distinguished fellow Kim Holmes points out that there is still time to change course and increase opportunities for this generation. In his new book, Rebound: Getting America Back to Great, Holmes explains that there … More

    Understanding Millennials: Unleashing the Talents of First Global Generation

    Veteran pollster John Zogby visits The Heritage Foundation today to talk about his new book, “The First Globals: Understanding, Managing, and Unleashing Our Millennial Generation.” He’ll speak at The Bloggers Briefing at noon ET. Zogby and his co-author, Joan Snyder Kuhl, analyze why millennials are more globally aware and sensitive, … More

    Obamacare and Its Impact on Hispanics

    Here’s something you won’t hear from the Hispanic media, the mainstream media, or the White House: Among the many terrible side effects of Obamacare is its adverse effects on Hispanics. This stems from the fact that the Hispanic population is one of the youngest, in addition to Obamacare’s impact on … More

    Chart of the Week: The Impact of an Aging America

    Sequestration has taken effect, and yet government spending continues growing. Sequestration’s 2.4 percent reductions are not enough to fix Washington’s spending and debt problem because they do nothing to reform entitlement programs, whose costs will grow rapidly with America’s aging population. As more Americans age and retire, more Americans will … More

    Millennials: How the Debt Impacts Us (VIDEO)

    The growing national debt demands immediate attention and real solutions from America’s elected leadership. That was the message delivered yesterday by a group of young Americans at a press conference with House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan (R-WI) and Representative Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA). “The greatest dysfunction of all is … More

    Conservatives Must Woo Millennials

    A new brand of politically active millennials is emerging in Missoula, Montana—and the ideology that they espouse may be a troubling sign for the future of American politics. A recent New York Times article introduces us to “this different-minded generation of young voters” from the “funky” town of Missoula. This … More