YAL in Action

Check out YAL activities on campus and updates from around the liberty movement.

Tag: anti-war
  • “What does it mean to be anti-war”?

    In April 2015, as I was in my sophomore year of college, I went to a YAL meeting. The speaker at the meeting was Dr. Ross Levatter and he gave one of the best “anti-war” talks that I had ever heard. I was so moved by it and helped me so much in advancing my …

  • The War in Syria: Another Nail in the “Moderate” Coffin?

    The spectacle in the nation’s capitol this week over a potential war in Syria has been infuriating for many. President Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry are lying to the faces of the American people about their intentions, as with many other administration officials. Bizarre coalitions are forming between the far left and far right for similar …

  • Conservatives against Unconstitutional Undeclared Wars

    I recently took part in a “Conservatives against Unconstitutional Undeclared Wars” event, which can be easily duplicated in any area. We set this rally up in about a week and a half, and there were about 240 people there at one point! We got news coverage by the Charlotte Observer (largest news paper in NC) …

  • A Call to Collaboration

    On Saturday, February 4th, members of the Occupy movement across the globe are planning to hold various rallies and marches in their respective cities to protest the growing momentum of U.S. interventions and sanctions against Iran that are building up to a possible declaration of war. Given that U.S. liberty-minded activists are equally passionate about …

  • Realism, taken to its logical end, is non-interventionist.

    I have a new piece up over at the Daily Caller about why I believe a realist foreign policy is in fact heavily non-interventionist, despite what many advocates of our current wars in the Middle East might say. …when followed to its logical end, the realist school of internationalist relations which so many use to …

  • Cost of War Exhibit @ Kansas State University

    YAL members at Kansas State University spoke out against the war by using flags to reveal the cost of the war to the students at KSU. The flags, each one representing a dead American soldier, were on display the week from Monday to Thursday. YAL worked with many other groups within the city of Manhattan, …