I recently read an article in the AARP Bulletin entitled: Dispatches from the Battle of the Ages (p13) and was amazed that people over 50 were being "casted against their children and grandchildren in the role of aggressors." According to the article, the New York Times stated in a headline "Young and Old Are Facing Off for Jobs.
Do you consider this to be the case? Is it true that the "Baby Boomers" are attempting to compete with their younger counterparts for jobs?
by barranca6 years ago
David Brooks in his latest nytimes column seems ready to conceal class war with generational war. None of these puppet pundits want to look at America's vast and useless military empire and the crushing sums it...
by paarsurrey5 years ago
Meccans were the aggressors; Muhammad had to defend himselfAnd it was very rational and it corresponds with the present day civil standards:• Meccans attack peaceful Muhammad near Medina- “Battle...
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