YAL in Action

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

Tag: College Republicans
  • Virginia Tech’s Campuswide Debate featuring YAL, Young Democrats, College Republicans, and Greens at VT!

    On October 25th, the Virginia Tech chapter of Young Americans for Liberty spoke up for individual liberties and personal rights at the second annual Collegiate Times Campuswide Debate. Our debaters, Caitlyn Tierney, Kladji Sinani, Matt Bracco and Joe Melton eloquently described the importance of a libertarian mindset in modern-day America. The debate fostered open conversation …

  • YALoween at Marshall University

    This past week Young Americans for Liberty teamed up with College Republicans at Marshall University for a civil liberties graveyard! Upon planning YAL’s activism project for YALoween, we discovered that the College Republicans shared our views on the issue and decided to help pull off this project. It was an amazing experience and brought together …

  • Kansas College Republicans Support Government-Free Marriage

    In my years at Kansas State University, I’ve watched the school’s chapters of Young Americans for Liberty and College Republicans go from being rival clubs to sister organizations. The two groups have collaborated on several activities and events, and many people who were initially members of one or the other group are now active in …

  • Liberty Activists take the reigns of College Republicans at Arizona State University

    On Tuesday, March 21, nominations for College Republicans officer positions took place at ASU. The mood was shaken by the nomination of Students for Liberty Executive Board member Carlos Alfaro for president. Many had assumed that then-president Diego Moya would run unopposed. Nevertheless, a liberty ticket was introduced: Carlos Alfaro, Brian Speed, Jake Bobay, Charley …

  • America on Trial: Socrates, Obama, and Why They Are Opposites

    *Disclaimer: If you’ve not read any of Plato’s works, this rebuttal may not make much of any sense. For further reference, see Plato’s Apology, Republic, and my personal favorite, Phaedo. I have to ask Brandon Griefe who recently wrote an opinion piece entitled Obama: A pupil of Socrates a sincere question: Are you serious?! You cannot …