Advocate Rachel Burger Published in the Libertarian Republic

Young Voices Advocate Rachel Burger was published in The Libertarian Republic writing about why Millennials supported Libertarian Party candidate for Virginia Governor Robert Sarvis:

To be sure, most Millennials voted for McAuliffe (45 percent), but that does not detract from the fact that more Millennials than any other age group opted for Sarvis. As my generation ages, the Republicans and Democrats will have to reform themselves if they hope to get our votes. If not, third-party candidates will become the next era of politics. Millennials are voting, and our votes are not going to sit in the trash bin for long.

The entire piece can be found here.

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Fred Published on Forbes.com on The Disaster of Germany’s Green Energy Policy and Lessons for the US

Young Voices Director Fred Roeder has been published on Forbes.com. In his opinion piece ‘What The U.S. Can Learn From Germany’s Green Energy Debacle’ Fred writes about how the move of German politicians to put the country’s entire energy supply on green energy has caused an abundance of energy and higher prices at the same time:

The German example shows how legislation produced higher energy prices even as energy abounded. And it created a situation in which excess energy actually produces higher costs for consumers. Perhaps the least fair part of the whole scheme is how these prices disproportionately impact low-income households, who are forced to subsidize green energy for richer families to support politicians’ green energy visions.

Read the rest here.

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Yael and Fred Published in the PanAm Post on Cheaper Meat and Cars

Today the PanAm Post published Advocate Yael Ossowski and Director Fred Roeder on the Canadian government’s recently signed free trade agreement with the European Union.

And while managed trade deals with politicians at the negotiating table aren’t anyone’s idea of a great time, it is beyond doubt that the benefits for consumers worldwide will come to fruition in lower taxes, lower prices, and more competition in the world market.

Let us celebrate this agreement but also make certain that we push for further reductions of trade barriers around the world, so the positive impact of fruitful exchanges can make everyone, not just in Canada and the European Union, richer and better off.

Read the rest here.

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