Entitlement

Entitlement and Misogyny: Why Gun Violence Occurs

Naomi Elana Zener | Posted 06.17.2014 | Canada Politics
Naomi Elana Zener

A growing sense of entitlement is leading to gun violence in the U.S. Many people think they are entitled to guns, and are entitled to control the lives of other people. But this isn't the case. Let's be clear -- in life, we are entitled to but one thing: our own lives. Apart from the air he breathed to help sustain his life, we are not entitled to anything else -- no person, no shooter, is entitled to kill anyone.

Generation Y-ny Isn't Busy, They're Lazy

Rachel Ryan | Posted 09.04.2012 | Canada Business
Rachel Ryan

The New York Times editorial The Busy Trap is a justification for a generational sense of entitlement. A rationale underlying the newfound idea that we, Generation Y, are somehow not only entitled to a fulfilling career at the ripe old age of 22, we are also entitled to plenty of rest and relaxation. But whining about the barrage of emails and offering an escape to the south of France is hardly a solution. It is utterly laughable and disgustingly entitled.

Who is the Real "Worst Generation Ever," Mr. Sorkin?

Michael Raine | Posted 08.29.2012 | Canada
Michael Raine

In Aaron Sorkin's new drama, The Newsroom, the main character tells a twenty-something year old student that she is part of "without a doubt, the Worst. Generation. Ever." Well, that same description might better fit the Baby Boomer generation if they don't participate in fixing the problem they created for Generation Y.

Are Our Elderly Parents the Entitlement Generation?

Kathy Barthel | Posted 02.28.2012 | Canada Living
Kathy Barthel

To say that Sam's parents are demanding may be an understatement. He says they're the entitlement generation. The lawnmower is out of gas, call Sam; Dad fell and cut his head, call Sam; I mixed up my walker with my friend's walker, call Sam. Where do the demands come from?