Category Archives: Announcements

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

 

Executive Director Casey Given to Moderate Panel at Atlas Forum on Populism

I will be speaking at the Atlas Network’s Liberty Forum next week at the Crowne Plaza Times Square Hotel in New York City. The topic will be “Think Tanks vs. Populists of the Left and Right,” a wide-ranging conversation about the growing threat of illiberal movements in North America, South America, and Europe.

The panel will set the tone for a new initiative that Young Voices will be announcing soon, the Free Society Fellowship. At Young Voices, we seek to make the moral case for the policies of a free society versus the dangers of tribalist politics.

Click here to find more information about the Atlas Forum, including schedule and registration.

The full description of the panel is below.

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

11:15 AM Concurrent Sessions

Session A: Think Tanks vs. Populists of the Left and Right

Location: Times Square Ballroom A, 2nd Floor

The world is witnessing an authoritarian populist surge. Our challenge is not only to promote free markets but also to counter a global movement led by people who actively reject the ideas of liberty. In this panel, Atlas Network partners will share about how they are working to combat the new authoritarianism and to stop the rise of illiberal statist sentiment.

Moderator: Casey Given (Young Voices, USA)

Speakers:

Veronika Fajbíková (Institute of Economic and Social Studies, Slovakia)

Rocio Guijarro (CEDICE, Venezuela)

Javier El-Hage (Human Rights Foundation, USA)