Podcast episode #103: Alexander McCobin and “conscious capitalism”

Alexander McCobin is the CEO of Conscious Capitalism and he has a message for business owners and entrepreneurs of the world. As an alumnus of of Students For Liberty and Young Voices, McCobin has done the movement proud and is bringing the message to the masses.

Here is a conversation taped last week between McCobin and Young Voices spokesperson, Stephen Kent. They talk about the problem capitalism faces in 2018, where it has been and where it is going.

#103: Alexander McCobin and “conscious capitalism”

You can find out more about Conscious Capitalism and their mission at: https://www.consciouscapitalism.org/

And follow Alexander on Twitter at @AMcCobin 

Young Voices in the news (March 14th-March 23rd)

Age Restrictions on Gun Purchases Don’t Make Sense (NATIONAL REVIEW) – Brad Polumbo

Congress Can’t Forget About Obamacare (TOWNHALL) – Jake Grant

Rand Paul opposes CIA nominee, and you should too (WASHINGTON EXAMINER) – Dan King

Why Cuba’s Regime Will Survive the Castros (REALCLEARWORLD) – Katarina Hall

The Trump Administration’s War on New Housing (CITYLAB)- Nolan Gray

Nashville Could Be a National Example for Transit (PLANETIZEN) – Ethan Greene

Before passing the omnibus bill, Congress should consider the spending cuts (WASHINGTON EXAMINER) – Jake Grant

Will the authoritarian tendencies of certain Trump supporters wane? (WASHINGTON EXAMINER) – Jerrod Laber

1st Amendment Illiteracy Isn’t Confined to Leftist Students (TOWNHALL) – Christian Barnard

California housing legislation proves ineffective (SAN FRAN EXAMINER) – Martha Ekdahl

Unfunded Pensions Could Spell Disaster for Kentucky (REALCLEARPOLICY) – Jack Hipkins

The Student Debt ‘Crisis’ Is Students’ Fault, No Bailouts (THE FEDERALIST) – Brad Polumbo

California’s battle with anti-immigrant agenda (SAN FRAN EXAMINER) – Adriana Vazquez

Alcohol Prohibition Isn’t Dead in Mississippi (FEE) – Stephen Lusk

Far right women sell xenophobia with pretty faces (GLENN BECK) – Lindsay Marchello

Let Nurse Practitioners Work (TOWNHALL) – Christian Barnard

The Triumph of Emotion Over Reason (AMERICAN CONSERVATIVE) – Zach Yost

The Phony Cuban Election (ROB SCHILLING SHOW) – Ibis Valdes

Let insurance market regulate police misconduct (SUN TIMES) – Ruben Pacheco


Young Voices in the News (March 12th – March 16th)

Stricter Age Restrictions on Gun Purchases Don’t Make Sense (NATIONAL REVIEW) – Bradley Polumbo

Baltimore’s Failed Surveillance Regime (AMERICAN CONSERVATIVE) – Dan King

Liberty Won’t Be Achieved By Expanding This Big, Failed Government Program (GLENN BECK) – Cory Mass

The Trump Administration’s War on New Housing (CITYLAB) – Nolan Gray

Ky.’s Pension Crisis Isn’t Just a Funding Problem (LEXINGTON HERALD LEADER) – Nolan Gray

Let Insurance Market Regulate Police Conduct (LAS CRUCES SUN NEWS) – Ruben Pacheco

Nashville Could Be A National Example For Transit–If They Don’t Screw It Up (PLANETIZEN) – Ethan A. Greene

Let Nurse Practitioners Work (TOWNHALL) – Christian Barnard

& Ibis Valdes on the Cuban election for the Rob Schilling Show


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