YAL in Action

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

Tag: Antiwar.com
  • YAL @ Belmont University: Generation of War

    The Young Americans for Liberty chapter at Belmont University had our most successful showing on campus with our Generation of War activism project and convocation event. Our activism event took place on Monday, April 1st in Belmont’s cafeteria. We deployed the game Pin The Drone on the Warzone, which informed students about America’s numerous wars …

  • Cost of War Memorial/Pin the Drone on the Warzone at the University of New Orleans

    YAL at the University of New Orleans held our Generation of War activism event last week on Thursday, March 21st. We decided to hold a dual event as to maximize student’s interest in our activities. As part of our Generation of War event, we had student play Pin the Drone on the Warzone and set …

  • ‘When there is power to be had, the unethical will seize it.’

    Angela Keaton, who is director of operations at Antiwar.com, recently gave a great interview in which she said, among other things, this: Daily Bell: What is your sense of the world today? Who is primarily behind most major wars today? Is it NATO and the West? What is going in the Middle East? Please give us your reactions …

  • Misson Accomplished…again.

    Yesterday,  just about every major news network held special coverage of the last American combat brigade leaving Iraq, apparently signifying the end of the war there. But as this article from Antiwar.com notes, it’s simply just an elaborate farce meant to dupe the people into believing an end to only one of America’s war has …

  • Iran Propaganda Debunked in Under 7 Minutes

    (h/t Tom Woods)

  • House Passes More Afghan War Funding

    From a new post on Antiwar.com: Though one would have expected that the massive release of some 92,000 classified documents Sunday underscoring just how poorly the war is going would have changed some minds, the Obama Administration has gotten its way once again, with the House of Representatives approving the $59 billion emergency funding bill …

  • Antiwar’s Scott Horton Interviews Michael Hastings

     Following this week’s unexpected resignation of General McChrystal, Scott Horton  interviews Michael Hastings — author of this weeks explosive Rolling Stone article, “The Runaway General.” Hastings (author of I lost My Love in Bangdad: A Modern War Story) talks about the deteriorating situation in Afghanistan, counter-insurgency, the controversy surrounding McChrystal, his article and much more. …

  • Antiwar.com on Young Americans for Liberty

    Antiwar.com reports on Obama’s next step in Afghanistan. To close the article gives hope by stating… The premier libertarian youth organization, Young Americans for Liberty (YAL), is the fastest-growing political group on campus, these days, and no task would suit them better than assuming the leadership of the moribund, leftist-dominated antiwar movement. As Obama’s zombie-like …

  • War elevates the state, so of course the state supports war.

    On Tuesday, as you have all no doubt heard, the GOP made something of a comeback with gubernatorial wins in New Jersey and Virginia.  However, experience shows that where many issues are concerned, which party is in power makes no difference:  it’s going to suck either way.  Foreign policy seems to be one of those …

  • US Airstrike Kills 10 Civilians

    According to a June 11 article from AntiWar.com, 10 civilians are dead from an American air strike in Afghanistan’s Ghor province.  Although it was already reported that the target of the air strike, a warlord named Mullah Mustafa with ties to the Irani Quds Force, was killed in the attack, it is now being acknowledged …