Instead of granting us freedom from the tyranny of an occupying force, Washington turned Alaska from a Territory into the National Park of Alaska and stripped Alaskans from any control over basic rights such as hunting and fishing, berry picking or where we can drill for oil that Alaskan's own in our own State. Government has more federal employees per capita in Alaska than anywhere else in the country because they own and control Alaska. These are the realities facing Alaska today. Tom Brennan's book the "Snowflake Rebellion" takes these realities, the wonderful Alaskan characters that we all know and love, and fictionalizes Alaskan's frustrations with Washington into a full scale rebellion complete with tanks, naked women, and the ladies of Government Hill Community Council.confitoharbzo.ml/louise-nevelson-women-of-wisdom.php
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After I stop laughing I am personally ready to secede. Great read and one that every official in Washington should read before they act on issues important to Alaskans. Jerry George Anchorage, Alaska. This book was waiting for me when I went from the lower 48 to visit my sister-in-law in Alaska.
I read this in about a week in between site-seeing.
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It really captures the culture of the area, as well as the imagination! This isn't exactly a "Hunt For Red October", but it does beat the last several books by Clancy, and is a great action yarn.
Tom Brennan creates a far more plausible scenario in which Alaska secedes from the Union. What ensues makes for a raucous and rollicking read that the Alaska Independence Party might soon be using as a textbook. See all 9 reviews.
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View or edit your browsing history. Get to Know Us. Howe says "snowflake conjures up specialness and risk aversion" and he asserts "Millennials manifest a good deal of both.
He says this cohort grew up with a "family fan club protecting and supporting them" resulting in high self-esteem. Howe says the term generation snowflake implies having high self-esteem is a negative quality, while he argues it is a positive quality associated with a reduction in youth violence and reduced young adult violent crime rate, as well as the reduction in CDC monitored youth risk behaviors such as: Instead of being a negative as portrayed by term "generation snowflake" Howe argues "one of the many benefits of having a high self-esteem is more prudent behavior".
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Howe notes that "generation snowflake" is also used to criticize young adults for living with their parents at higher rates than older generations. Howe attributes this partially to the Great Recession , but says "that's clearly not the whole story, because the share of Millennials living with their parents is still rising eight years later".
He attributes this to young adults being closer to their parents than previous generations saying "Millennials are emotionally much closer to their Boomer parents than those Boomers ever were to their own parents. Every rising generation brings with it new and different priorities. And every older generation feels threatened when they sense these new priorities could push their world in an unfamiliar direction. In her syndicated column, Michelle Malkin criticized the provision of the Affordable Care Act which requires employer-based health coverage to extend to adult children up to 26 years of age, describing it as the "slacker mandate" and calling these young adults "precious snowflakes".
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Malkin argues the provision has "cultural consequences" in that it "reduces the incentives for somethings to grow up and seek independent lives and livelihoods". Jessica Roy, writing for the Los Angeles Times , says the alt-right in the United States describes those protesting against Donald Trump as "snowflakes", using the term as a pejorative. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article may require cleanup to meet Wikipedia's quality standards. The specific problem is: November Learn how and when to remove this template message.
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