Why Hillary is Not Winning Over Young Voters and How to Gain Their Support

In my recent commentaries focused on the election and young voters, I've encouraged Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton to recognize the differences between traditional voters and those who are voting in only their first or second presidential election. A lesson in changing voting patterns shouldn't be needed in a season that has disrupted all traditional campaign strategies....

 

Why Men Need to Speak Out Against Rape Culture

By now, you've definitely head of the rape case that has the whole country talking. Last March, former Stanford student Brock Turner was convicted of sexual assault after being found "thrusting" on top of a half-naked, unconscious woman behind a dumpster. Last Thursday, he was sentenced to 6 months in county jail-a lenient sentence because prison would have a "severe impact" on him. 

Let's get straight to the point: from the light sentence to the media coverage, the handling of this rape case is utterly inexcusable. We wonder why sexual assault survivors don't come forward; well, this is a textbook example....

How Hillary Can Overcome Her Man Problem and Win the Election

In a recent survey of 1,500 college-educated young people, ages 18 to 26, young men indicated that they intend to vote almost exclusively for the candidate who makes the best case for job creation and educational opportunities. While on opposite sides of the political spectrum, Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump have shared this crucial campaign pillar. With sinking favorability ratings among men, can Hillary Clinton effectively tap into this agenda and convince young men that she can lead an economic revolution that will create new and better jobs? ...

 

 

How Hillary Can Capture the Male Vote

With his complete disregard for political correctness, outrageous comments, and unending promises for a better America, Republican presumptive nominee Donald Trump has tapped into something truly powerful and equally destructive: an emboldened vocal base of young, discouraged, and angry men. While it may seem ludicrous that a group of men, at a time when men are largely still in power, are feeling voiceless and disenfranchised, Trump is embracing them with open arms and taking advantage of their frustrations for campaign momentum....