Stephen Kent is a graduate of political science from UNC-Greensboro. Post-grad he was a Field Director for Generation Opportunity in Raleigh, North Carolina and went on to serve as deputy press secretary and then digital strategist for the national millennial-focused organization.
Now, as Young Voices’ Public Relations Manager, Stephen is focused on getting Young Voices writers and staff onto radio and TV. Stephen is passionate about millennial politics, criminal justice reform and consensus building in an increasingly polarized world. When he’s not advocating for a more free society, Stephen hosts the Beltway Banthas Podcast and contributes entertainment commentary to the Washington Examiner, The Glenn Beck Program, Kennedy on Fox Business and WUSA Channel 9 in Washington D.C. More than anything, Stephen loves long hikes with his wife and young daughter.
Only a handful of fictional villains has achieved a level of cultural significance where they can be tied to a real world figure and everyone nods in thoughtless agreement. Comparing politicians to Hitler is easy and practically inevitable (or so says Godwin's Law). However, Darth Vader and his...
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Next February, the Boy Scouts of America will be making a monumental change to their program which has remained almost static for 108 years. Their last notable shift was ending a prohibition on gay scouts in 2013 and then gay leaders in 2015.
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