World Millennial

Life hasn't been working right, has it?

Have you noticed that life seems upside down nowadays?

The wrong things are getting all the attention when the important things are not even on the discussion agenda. I mean, the tough questions are not even being addressed.

For instance, the system just does not work for most of us. (1.) Wall Street is rigged against us. (2.) We are constantly at war, spending trillions on weapons, but next to nothing on infrastructure and schools.

Do Your Own Stuff and Change the World, Too

The United States is no longer a Democracy, we have become an oligarchy. (3.)

Four Freedoms Metastasized

A large portion of the world sees the U.S. as the greatest threat to world peace, (4.) while most of us still imagine that our nation is the champion of democracy and human rights.

Like me, you may be worn out from trying to find a decent job worthy of your education and accomplishments, not only to get out from under crushing college debt, but to just live your life.

For that matter, you may be thinking about getting married and starting a family. Wouldn't you like a home of your own? (5.)

So, how can you do that?

Well, you have arrived at a good place because you’ve somehow managed to maintain your optimism through these years of tough times and nobody has managed to "bring you down".

You may not have thought about it, but you are likely in a good position at this point in life to make your own life better and do something about the problems that are weighing on all of us and trying to bring us down.

So, we have some ideas for you to consider.

Why? Please go here: YOU.


1. "Richest 1% to own more than rest of world, Oxfam says", BBC News, 19 Jan 2015.

2. "U.S. stock markets are rigged, says author Michael Lewis",
Jhon McCrank, Reuters, 31 March 2014

3. Princeton Study: U.S. No Longer An Actual Democracy.

4. "In Gallup Poll, The Biggest Threat To World Peace Is ... America?",
Eric Brown, International Business Times, 2 Jan 2014.

5. 15 Economic Facts About Millennials, The Council of Economic Advisers, Oct 2014 (PDF).

6. “Seeking the Four Freedoms Is as Important Today as It Was 74 Years Ago,” David Woolner, The Huffington Post, 14 June 2015.