Today on the podcast, Stephen Kent and Lucy Steigerwald discuss the Office of Drug Control Policy and 2018 budget from the White House that shows a 95% cut to their budget. Is this cause for excitement if you want to see the drug war wound down? Lucy is reluctant to celebrate.
Today on the Young Voices podcast, managing editor Liz Wolfe joins Stephen Kent to discuss ordinances criminalizing the homeless – what it means for the city of Houston and why it doesn’t actually solve the root problems. Liz also sounds off on AHCA hysteria, where the media let slide critics claims that the bill would allow for rape to be a pre-existing condition despite fact checkers debunking the line. Lastly Liz and Stephen share their admiration for Arthur Brooks of AEI, and talk about their takeaways from his book, The Conservative Heart.
Today the Young Voices Podcast welcomes on Nolan Gray, an Advocate and graduate student at Rutgers University. Nolan wrote a piece in CityLab this past week about why cities malls & strip malls are dying. What can cities to do capitalize or reverse this? How does zoning impact business?
And why is Star Wars Episode II better than The Force Awakens?
Young Voices advocate Bill Wirtz has been busy! Coming off his interview last week with Glenn Beck, he has written about the French elections in FEE and also in Newsweek about larger trends rippling into the Czech Republic. Today he joins Stephen Kent of Young Voices on the podcast to discuss the latest in France and the EU.
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.