NOTE: In contrast to the my usual serious style, this post was originally posted on April 1st and is written are satire. Please do not take it seriously.
Last summer, Joshua Harris, author of bestseller I Kissed Dating Goodbye, announced he was rescinding his beliefs on both dating and his faith. Today, his brothers Alex and Brett Harris announced that they too have had a change of heart over the core of their also-bestselling book Do Hard Things.
The book, written as a call for teenagers to "rise above low expectations," skyrocketed them to fame a decade ago. Recently, though, Alex and Brett have shown signs that they no longer believe teens need to try so hard.
“Teens are already so pressured,” said Alex. “Sometimes they just need a break. They’ll grow up eventually, but there’s no need to rush it."
In the year 2015 the percent of Americans living in poverty was 13.5%, with 43 million Americans categorized as being poor. So the question is: since so many people are living in poverty, are we entitled to government assistance? Is it the government's responsibility to help these people
I have a confession to make: I believed it.
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