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Last week, I was interviewed on Al Jazeera America’s “Inside Story” show, for a segment about millennials looking to change large institutions. Two other fine young people joined the show as well, Erica Williams of EWS Strategies and entrepreneur Ben Berkowitz of SeeClickFix.com. I had the opportunity to talk about millennials in the church, especially with regards to interactions with government. At first, I thought we would be talking extensively about the government shutdown (which had just ended) and I had prepared a lot of material for just that subject. However, I found out three minutes before filming that we were really going to be talking about the millennials changing large institutions again. So, even though I started a little slow, I think I communicated some good messages about the church and liberty through the segment.
It is rather difficult to find any clips from the show due to AJAM not releasing much online at this time, but I was able to find a Youtube video for the entire show. Hopefully a few of you can watch it before it gets taken down. Perhaps at a later date I’ll find better videos for you. Apologies in advance for the shakiness and excess noise, but what can you do. (Videos after the jump.) Read More→
Tags: charity, christian libertarianism, church, government, libertarianism, millennial generation, politics, volunteerism
And now for something completely different… The infamous creators of the Bed Intruder song, the Gregory Brothers, have released a hilarious new video for their “Songify the News” series with shots of VP Joe Biden on guns and Rand Paul on drones and the NSA. It’s remarkable how these issues have become such major scandals, and videos like this continue to stoke the fire of frustration against government power. Enjoy!
Tags: drone strikes, government, guns, humor, Joe Biden, music, News, NSA, Rand Paul, video