We train our young people hard for war. That's a good thing. Now if we could just get our old people to not be so anxious to deploy the young and just get old people to work harder for peace.
We've already had wealth re-distribution. From the middle class to the wealthy. Let's reverse it for a while and see if everyone survives.
My biases are pretty apparent. For instance, I tend to like the people that agree with me.
I remember wishing when I was young that our old people would try harder for peace without war. I grew up under the draft. I suspect our young people today feel pretty much the same. Today I wish it would be easier, not harder, for them to vote since we may ask them to die for us.
For the White House, another small but symbolic step in combating the rise of heroin and prescription drug abuse. The Obama administration says it will help more doctors get quicker access to buprenorphine, a drug used to help treat opiate addiction. The measure is the third in just the past few months designed to address heroin abuse as a public health problem. The president made the announcement in West Virginia, where rates of opiate abuse are higher than the national average. THE WASHINGTON POST