CHQ - Young Cons Deliver Reagan's Message with Hip Hop YouTube Video

Young generation of conservatives using YouTube videos and other alternative media to get the message out

National Review - Mark Steyn praises the musical duo of Dartmouth grads that call themselves the Young Cons. Their new YouTube video, "The Problem," uses hip hop to take Ronald Reagan's message to the Millennial Generation. Judging by the group's growing popularity, the message seems to be resonating with the under 30 crowd.

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