Young Voices in the news (Feb 14th-22nd)

To Cut the Deficit, End the Drug War (GLENN BECK) – Julian Adorney

At CPAC, conservatives should evaluate Trump honestly (WASHINGTON EXAMINER) – Brad Polumbo

Proposed SNAP Reform Is a Disaster for Conservative Values (TOWNHALL) – Lili Carneglia

The mass shooting cycle continues: More solutions to problems we don’t have (WASHINGTON EXAMINER) – Matthew Larosiere

Campus Activists Reveal Their Anti-Speech Strategy Is To Wear Decent People Out (FEDERALIST) – Zachary Yost

Minimum-wage hikes hurt Colorado’s poorest residents (COLORADO POLITICS) – Julian Adorney & Liz Wolfe

Kim Jong-un’s Charm Offensive Won’t Last (REAL CLEAR DEFENSE) – John Dale Grover

Net Neutrality Would Make the Internet More Expensive (REAL CLEAR POLICY) – Julian Adorney

Matt Larosiere on Tipping Point with Liz Wheeler

Will Nardi on Fox 5 for CPAC

Matt Larosiere on the Parkland Shooting after the Town Hall – FOX 5

Alex Muresianu on how millennials can buy into conservatism – GLENN BECK

Alex Muresianu of Young Voices talks millennials & conservative solutions – GLENN BECK

Glenn Beck led off with “we’ve been working a lot with Young Voices lately” and it’s true! Alex Muresianu is the fourth Young Voices Advocate to cross the airwaves of the Glenn Beck Program and speak to the ideas of liberty from a millennial perspective. Today Alex joined Glenn to share 3 conservative ideas that millennials will love – if conservatives sell the ideas correctly.

You can check out the segment here:



Podcast #100: These 3 issues will win the hearts of millennials

Occupational licensing, criminal justice reform and higher education reforms can change the game for Republicans on reaching millennials – BUT – they have to meet these voters where they are at. 

Alex Muresianu wrote at about the way millennials think and how conservative talking points miss both the heart and the mind. He joins Stephen today to talk about how to change that and what issues to start with.

#100: These 3 issues will win the hearts of millennials