MUST-READ: Miss Marprelate published on MercatorNet!

Wow, Rebekah just got one of her previous blog posts published at the prestigious Australian family policy site MercatorNet. The post is entitled “So long, and thanks for all the mess“.


“This Boomer Isn’t Going to Apologize”, proclaimed a Wall Street Journal article written by economist Stephen Moore a few weeks ago. Responding to a series of apologies offered by baby boomers for the mess they had made of the world, Moore contends that maybe his generation wasn’t really so bad. After all they did give the world Apple, won the Cold War, boosted life expectancy and cut pollution.

“I can say first-hand that if boomer parents have anything for which to be sorry it’s for rearing a generation of pampered kids who’ve been chauffeured around to soccer leagues since they were 6,” he says defiantly. Moore continues by expanding on the selfish attitudes of the current young generations, while pointing out the advances of his own.

Well, I agree that this young generation is selfish. We had very good teachers. Somehow Stephen Moore seems to think that bad parenting is an insignificant little fault, something to be easily dismissed with a wave of a hand.

MercatorNet publishes work by talented authors such as Denyse O’Leary, Margaret Somerville and Barbara Kay. (I’ve featured all of those writers before!) They are focused on social and family policy. I linked to one of their recent posts about the plight of young men in today’s feminized society.

I have added her blog to my blogroll in the “Christian Living” category.

In case you missed it, Rebekah responded to my original post on the importance of scientific evidence in apologetics on her blog. My response to her response is here.

One thought on “MUST-READ: Miss Marprelate published on MercatorNet!”

  1. One thing: the “Greatest Generation” clearly didn’t do much of a job raising their kids, so it isn’t like this is only on the Boomers–hopefully us XYZ’ers pick up the slack and right the ship that the previous two gens f’ed up, at the very least as parents.

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