Young people in America have a bad rap. It's no surprise, either, given the media's propensity to focus on scandal and outrage. America's youth recieve far more attention for their failures than their strengths, presenting a bleak outlook on the future of our country.
Glenn highlighted another side of the rising generation during his radio program Monday.
"We focus too much on what they don't get, but there is an exceptional generation that is here," Glenn said. "And while we might struggle with hope from time to time, boy, I think it's critical that we see them. Because they're going to be the ones that fix it."
Two such young people helped Glenn with his opening radio monologue following the tragic attack in Orlando, FL, where 49 people lost their lives in the deadliest mass shooting in American history.
Listen to Glenn recount his conversation in the video below:
Featured Image: A Boy Scout holds a flag that was to be raised at Zachary Taylor National Cemetery May 26, 2007 in Louisville, Kentucky. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)