Today on the podcast, Olumayowa Okediran, a Young Voices Advocate based out of Nigeria. Olumayowa wrote a piece in CapX titled “ Let us choose how rare our burgers are” and was kind enough to call into the podcast to talk abut it.
Today on the Young Voices podcast Stephen speaks with new advocate, Daniel Press. Daniel is a research associate at the Competitive Enterprise Institute in Washington and was published this week in the Spectator, about the unintended consequences of pushing for more ethical working conditions abroad. It’s a tough subject that puts that head at conflict with the heart, and we appreciate Daniel coming on to talk about it.
Liz Wolfe emerges from a desert vacation to talk with Stephen about the past week of Young Voices action. Stephen and Liz talk about how art is sold across the southern border, Glenn Beck, sex work, serious drugs and also the changing nature of Star Wars.
Today on the Young Voices podcast, a discussion on college costs and whether or not “free college for all” will benefit young people. Senators Bernie Sanders & Elizabeth Warren put forward the College For All Act, and Young Voices Advocate Julian Adorney penned a piece in the National Review looking at the potential for this idea to backfire.
Julian joined the podcast today and spoke with Young Voices spokesperson, Stephen Kent, about his piece in the National Review and about the trouble with free college.
Politics ain’t beanbag. Timeless words and a timeless truth. Today on the Young Voices podcast we’re joined by Jerrod Laber, who wrote a piece in the Washington Examiner on the partisan politics of playing golf. During every administration the public is treated to 4-8 years of the opposition attacking the president for playing golf and not working, and the Trump years are no different.
Jerrod wrote about this in response to Shaun King, a prominent Black Lives Matter activist, who has argued that Republicans attacked Obama’s golf habits and not Trump because of racism. Jerrod says it is just politics as usual.