Today’s Youth Too Lazy to Protest War, Study Finds

“ As long as I got an iPad, it still feels like a democracy to me.”

WASHINGTON — A recent Langley University study has found that today’s youth are simply “too lazy” to protest wars or economic injustice.

The study, commissioned by the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI, sought to understand the “lack of anti-war protests among today’s generation compared to the past, such as in the 1930s or the 1960s.”