Advocate Axel Kaiser on the Importance of More Honesty and Integrity in the Chilean Business Community

Young Voices Advocate Axel Kaiser writes got published by the Chilean Newspaper El Mercurio with his column “For a few more Dollars.” Axel argues in hies column that the Chilean business community needs to strive for more transparency and integrity on order to win more credibility within Chilean public opinion and debunk the myth that business men are immoral.

The entire piece can be found here (in Spanish only). El Mercurio is Chile’s largest newspaper.

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Advocate Christoph Heuermann writes on European Commission’s Vacuum Cleaner Regulations

Young Voices Advocate Christoph Heuermann has been published by Huffington Post Germany writing about an initiative of the European Union that aims to limit the power of vacuum cleaners.

The entire piece can be found here (in German). The piece was co-authored by Fred Roeder.

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Advocate Tiffany Published in Washington Times Communities

Young Voices Associate Tiffany Madison has been published on Washington Times Communities. In her opinion piece ‘Don’t Tread On Me’ patches allegedly banned from Navy SEAL uniforms, Tiffany writes about how Navy SEAL uniforms may not bear ‘Don’t Tread On Me’ patches in the near future:

Former Navy Seal Carl Higbie claims a senior enlisted advisor has banned “Don’t Tread On Me” uniform patches for active-duty operators. Per Higbie’s Daily Caller column, an email circulated on October 22 advising personnel to wear only an American flag patch on their right shoulder. The correspondence was forwarded to him by multiple active SEALs.

Read the rest here.

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Associate Matt Published in TownHall on the ACA

Young Voices Associate Matt Needham has been published on TownHall. In his opinion piece Affordable Care Act, Not Insurers, At Fault For Cancelled Insurance Plans, Matt writes about how the ACA has led insurers to cut plans:

President Obama has come under fire recently for promises about the Affordable Care Act. The President repeatedly assured doubters that under the Affordable Care Act, Americans would be able to keep their existing health insurance. As a growing number of Americans receive cancellation notices from their insurance companies, many are describing this promise as misleading, if not an outright lie. These cancellation notices are particularly infuriating to young people, who are now forced to subsidize the health care of older, more affluent Americans.

Read the rest here.

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Young Voices Director Fred Roeder Writes on INSM.de About Energy Policy

Young Voices Director Fred Roeder has been published on the website of Initiative Neue Soziale Marktwirtschaft writing about energy policy and how subsidies for renewable energy can hurt consumers.

The entire piece can be found here (in German only).

Initiative Neue Soziale Marktwirtschaft is Germany’s leading initiative for economic education and advocacy of market economy.

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