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For decades, many teenagers have taken up causes largely because they go against authority and the established norms. Back in the 1960s, the thing to do was grow long hair, listen to loud music, do drugs, paint everything with bright psychedelic colors and protest against the Vietnam War, the government and everyone older than 25.

Things haven’t changed much since then, as many of today’s teens are suddenly coloring or shading their hair in different colors, shaving the sides of their head, but letting the hair on top grow, unless you are a lesbian and decided to shave your head, and to protest against the government, the Second Amendment, and most authority over the age of 25.

Fortunately, there are some adults who are wise enough to recognize the trend as nothing more than an adolescent craze being fed and supported by the media and liberal left, and thus, refuse too be swayed by the.

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(KCUR) – Even in the wake of national and local protests, students and others pushing for tighter gun laws say, state and federal lawmakers from Kansas refuse to tackle even “common sense” firearm rules.

Thousands rallied across the state over the weekend. They called for stronger background checks. They pushed an assault weapons ban. And they pleaded for laws to extract guns from homes where suicide and domestic violence appear imminent.

“We just reject the idea that the Second Amendment means there cannot be any regulation of firearms,” Emma Persinger, an Emporia High School senior, told hundreds gathered Saturday at the Kansas Statehouse. “Silence cannot create change, but enough angry voters can.”

Signs held by students standing at the front of the crowd pointedly criticized lawmakers for their inaction. “Why are we making our children be braver than our politicians?” read one. Others referred to political contributions from the National Rifle Association as “blood money.” …

In the past, protesters have been questioned about what they are protesting about and they had no clue, only that everyone else was doing it so they decided to join the fun. I recall one young anti-Trump protester who was interviewed last year and the person didn’t even know who the Vice President was or what Trump really stood for. To be honest, the anti-gun protests by teens is nothing more than teens wanting to be non-conformists by conforming with all of the other non-conformists.




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