Young Voices in the News 11/14 -11/19

Who Are We Burning Flags For? (Center for a Stateless Society) – Lucy Steigerwald

Americans, We Aren’t So Tough, and It Shows (American Conservative) – Zach Yost

Flirting With War in North Korea (Counter Punch) – Lucy Steigerwald

The #Resistance will soon have its very own anti-Trump hotel (Washington Examiner) – Liz Wolfe

It’s Time to Stop ‘Leaving Your Sword’ outside Church (National Review) – Matthew Larosiere

Taylor Swift is not an alt-right princess (Sp!ked) – Liz Wolfe and Lucy Steigerwald

The Pai FCC Should Be Commended for Media Ownership Reform (TownHall) – Pranjal Drall

Why Young Entrepreneurs Desperately Need Tax Reform (FEE) – Hannah J. Bennett

Young Voices in the news 11/4 – 11/13

Whiskey to the People (SPIKED) – Ethan Greene

The Estate Tax Only Impacts the Wealthy. Repeal It Anyway (RealClearPolicy) – Brad Polumbo

Andrew Wilford Talks Amazon HQ2 and Crony Capitalism  (Outset Podcasts) – Andrew Wilford

Tax Breaks For Amazon’s New HQ Are Just Corporate Welfare (Federalist) – Andrew Wilford

Let Native Americans Manage National Monuments (RealClearPolicy) – Ruben Pacheco

Social Security Makes Millennials Less Financially Responsible (National Review) – Julian Adorney

List of Trump’s border wall opponents gets new addition: Butterflies (Washington Examiner) – Sam Peak

Libertarians Have Almost Nothing In Common With the Alt-Right (CounterPunch) – Julian Adorney

Xi’s China Dreams Will Not Age Well (RealClearWorld) – John Dale Grover

Richard Spencer is Not a “Dissident Intellectual” (CounterPunch) – Jason Byas

It’s time to tame the rising cost of mass incarceration (Rare) – Jake Grant

Is Free Speech in the US Doomed? (FEE) – Lindsay Marchello

No, whites do not face discrimination en masse today (Washington Examiner) – Jerrod Laber

Bernie Sanders suggests the U.S. should emulate Canada’s free healthcare. No we shouldn’t, and it isn’t free (Rare) – John Kristof

A Professor Whose Renewable Energy Claims Are Challenged Sues For Libel (Reason) – Lindsay Marchello

 

Young Voices in the news 10/28 – 11/3

The gay-cakes case could set a dangerous precedent (SPIKED) – Bradley Polumbo

#MeToo: Her Harvey Weinstein, my Average Joe (Washington Examiner) – Deshani Gunathilake

With or Without a Birth Control Mandate: Why American Women Still Lose (CounterPunch) – Ibis Valdes

To Gerrymander Or Not To Gerrymander (Daily Caller) – John Bianchi

The death of local news has huge consequences for political engagement (Washington Examiner) – Liz Wolfe

The Business of “Casting Couch” Culture (CounterPunch) – Ibis Valdes

The bipartisan war on free speech is self-destructive (Washington Examiner) – Bradley Polumbo

You Against the Government’s Tools (CounterPunch) – Ebonique Ellis