Associate Cathy Published By The Blaze

Young Voices Associate Cathy Reisenwitz was published by The Blaze writing about crony capitalism and so-called “dark money.”

We all want to believe that regulators understand the industries they’re regulating well enough to improve their functioning. We all want to believe that regulations protect consumers from greedy businesses. Unfortunately none of that is true. And the sooner we stop worrying about what color the money is and start worrying about the actual, real-life effects of the regulation the money promotes the better off we’ll all be.

You can find the entire opinion piece here.

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Advocate Alex Writes About The Economic Crises Many European Countries are still Experiencing

Young Voices Advocate Alex Korbel has been published on 24hGold.com writing about the crisis most European economies are still in. He argues that in the long term, economic pessimism that says we are experiencing a period of stagnation will probably be proven wrong by the industrial and medical benefits of the digital revolution and the promises of nano technologies.

Korbel continues:

In the short term, however, European economies seems to be the victims of a supply shock: the most likely scenario is a gradual return of consumer credit, the appearance of bubbles and consumption financed by revenues that do not yet exist. To return to sustainable growth, governments’ priority should be to free supply by lowering the tax burden and public spending.

The entire article can be found here (in French only).

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Advocate Yael Published By the PanAm Post

Young Voices Advocate Yael Ossowski was published by The Pan American Post writing about creating a free migration zone in North America.

Following the example in Europe, what North America needs is a Schengen Agreement of its own, giving people the complete freedom to travel, live, and work, without the need for explicit permission from national governments.
It would be a broad step forward, making economic, political, and human sense — allowing people the fundamental right to vote with their feet and have a choice in the type of system they’d like to live under.

You can find the entire opinion piece here.

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Advocate Axel Writes About How Government Expansion Causes Injustice and Economic Stagnation

Young Voices Advocate Axel Kaiser was published by the Chilean financial news outlet Diario Financiero arguing that the pursuit of equality through the expansion of government leads to more injustice and economic stagnation. He mentions France as an example for such developments.

You can find the entire opinion piece (in Spanish) here.

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Advocate Cathy Published in TownHall

Young Voices Associate Cathy Reisenwitz was published by TownHall writing about changing gender roles.

What the piece helps illustrate is that making a lot of money in America still mostly requires a lot of time spent working. It is therefore mostly incompatible with being the primary person responsible for raising children and running a household. With the ascent of women to the upper echelons of finance and other highly paid careers, the question for families now and in the future becomes, who is going to take care of the house and kids?

There are three primary responses to this question offered by most thinkers and commentators. But all of them have serious drawbacks and miss a huge part of the picture.

You can find the entire opinion piece here.

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