Wed, 19 August 2015
Today I was struck by the recent story about Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison and his decision to return his sons participation trophies.
It speaks to the pervasive and ever expanding trend that starts in grammar school which seeks to promote the idea that everyone deserves to be a winner. Everyone deserves to be recognized even if simply for their effort.
I fear we're breeding a generation of entitled selfish children who believe they're entitled to feel good and be rewarded regardless of what they actually accomplish.
We'll also talk about Hillary Clinton’s latest response the question "did you wipe the hard drive clean?"
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