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Young Voices in the news (March 23-March 30)

Save Social Security While Reducing the Deficit (REAL CLEAR POLICY) – Alex Chaconas

We must choose between closed borders or economic freedom (RARE) – Cory Massimino

Why the DOJ Doesn’t Have A Case Against AT&T-Time Warner (DAILY CALLER) – Pranjal Drall

The Legacy of Housing Discrimination Still Haunts Minorities (PLANETIZEN) – Jerrod Laber

Kris Kobach wins when the SPLC smears him (Kansas City Star) – Sam Peak

Trump’s War on Federalism (REAL CLEAR POLICY) – Ruben Pacheco

Congress Can’t Forget About Obamacare (TOWNHALL) – Jake Grant

And don’t miss our podcast interview with Alexander McCobin of Conscious Capitalism

#103: Alexander McCobin and “conscious capitalism”

Young Voices in the news (March 14th-March 23rd)

Age Restrictions on Gun Purchases Don’t Make Sense (NATIONAL REVIEW) – Brad Polumbo

Congress Can’t Forget About Obamacare (TOWNHALL) – Jake Grant

Rand Paul opposes CIA nominee, and you should too (WASHINGTON EXAMINER) – Dan King

Why Cuba’s Regime Will Survive the Castros (REALCLEARWORLD) – Katarina Hall

The Trump Administration’s War on New Housing (CITYLAB)- Nolan Gray

Nashville Could Be a National Example for Transit (PLANETIZEN) – Ethan Greene

Before passing the omnibus bill, Congress should consider the spending cuts (WASHINGTON EXAMINER) – Jake Grant

Will the authoritarian tendencies of certain Trump supporters wane? (WASHINGTON EXAMINER) – Jerrod Laber

1st Amendment Illiteracy Isn’t Confined to Leftist Students (TOWNHALL) – Christian Barnard

California housing legislation proves ineffective (SAN FRAN EXAMINER) – Martha Ekdahl

Unfunded Pensions Could Spell Disaster for Kentucky (REALCLEARPOLICY) – Jack Hipkins

The Student Debt ‘Crisis’ Is Students’ Fault, No Bailouts (THE FEDERALIST) – Brad Polumbo

California’s battle with anti-immigrant agenda (SAN FRAN EXAMINER) – Adriana Vazquez

Alcohol Prohibition Isn’t Dead in Mississippi (FEE) – Stephen Lusk

Far right women sell xenophobia with pretty faces (GLENN BECK) – Lindsay Marchello

Let Nurse Practitioners Work (TOWNHALL) – Christian Barnard

The Triumph of Emotion Over Reason (AMERICAN CONSERVATIVE) – Zach Yost

The Phony Cuban Election (ROB SCHILLING SHOW) – Ibis Valdes

Let insurance market regulate police misconduct (SUN TIMES) – Ruben Pacheco

 

Young Voices in the News (March 12th – March 16th)

Stricter Age Restrictions on Gun Purchases Don’t Make Sense (NATIONAL REVIEW) – Bradley Polumbo

Baltimore’s Failed Surveillance Regime (AMERICAN CONSERVATIVE) – Dan King

Liberty Won’t Be Achieved By Expanding This Big, Failed Government Program (GLENN BECK) – Cory Mass

The Trump Administration’s War on New Housing (CITYLAB) – Nolan Gray

Ky.’s Pension Crisis Isn’t Just a Funding Problem (LEXINGTON HERALD LEADER) – Nolan Gray

Let Insurance Market Regulate Police Conduct (LAS CRUCES SUN NEWS) – Ruben Pacheco

Nashville Could Be A National Example For Transit–If They Don’t Screw It Up (PLANETIZEN) – Ethan A. Greene

Let Nurse Practitioners Work (TOWNHALL) – Christian Barnard

& Ibis Valdes on the Cuban election for the Rob Schilling Show