Category Archives: Announcements

Young Voices in the news (Feb 1-9)

Texas’ Death Row: Still alive and well in 2018 (CORPUS CHRISTI CALLER TIMES) – Liz Wolfe

The FBI, FISA and understanding the GOP Memo (FOX 5) – Dan King

#ReleaseTheMemo isn’t about transparency, it’s political grandstanding (WASHINGTON EXAMINER) – Dan King

There’s Plenty of Love For Trump in Europe (REAL CLEAR WORLD) – Bill Wirtz

Global Trade Policy Points to Need for Successful NAFTA Negotiations (TOWNHALL) – Andrew Wilford

Is SpaceX Wasting Taxpayer Dollars (REAL CLEAR POLICY) – Sam Dunkovich

Food Aid Feeds Conflict and Dependence (FEE) – Tirzah Duren

Solving Bottlenecks in STEM Employment (REAL CLEAR EDUCATION) – Anil Niraula

We already tried Trump’s immigration plan, and it created today’s DACA crisis (WASHINGTON EXAMINER) – Sam Peak

To Save the Rhinos, Legalize the Horn Trade (FEE) – Sam Dunkovich

No, Social Security should not pay for maternity leave (WASHINGTON EXAMINER) – Amelia Irvine

Antifa’s Handbook: A Primer on Violent Illiberalism (AMERICAN CONSERVATIVE) – Zach Yost

3 Problems Only Conservatives Can Solve That Millennials Will Love (GLENN BECK) – Alex Muresianu

Polish Problems Need Polish Solutions, Not European Sanctions (FEE) – Bill Wirtz

 

Hyping the 2018 Campus Pundit Program on the Doc Thompson Show

Stephen Kent of Young Voices joined the Doc Thompson Show today to talk about his high hopes for the next generation and share how you can become an influencer on your campus.

“The young people who are actually coming up underneath millennials today … they are more conservative than their parents’ generation on a whole suite of issues,” Kent said.

Young Voices wants to help young writers hone their op-eds to be placed in college newspapers. First place in their program will win you $1,000. Listen to the full clip to learn how to get involved.

 

Announcing Young Voices’ Spring 2018 Campus Pundit Program

For two years, Young Voices has offered current college students the opportunity to submit an op-ed to our staff for editing without any long-term commitment. We have helped dozens of students place pro-liberty articles in college newspapers, including at top schools like Duke, Harvard, and Berkeley.

I’m happy to announce that Young Voices is relaunching our Campus Pundit Program for the spring 2018 term… with a twist!

In addition to editing op-eds at no cost, Young Voices will be rewarding the top three submissions and five honorable mentions with monetary scholarships. The grand prize winner will receive $1,000!

Please pass this opportunity along to any libertarian students in the U.S. you know — or apply if you’re one yourself! Young Voices is committed to supporting the development of future thought leaders for liberty.