YAL in Action

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

Tag: Ideas
  • To Win the Battle of Ideas, First Eliminate Misunderstanding

    You’ve probably heard it before in poli sci classes, during political campaigns, or from other political activists: the importance of  “framing the debate” and, in doing so, effectively controlling the discussion and the perception of ideas. “Framing” refers to the way in which ideas are communicated and perceived by others. In politics, “framing”  is a …

  • Petition to End the Wars Month: Update 2

    Earlier this month YAL at Illinois State University held an anti-occupation event. From what I understand the group holds these rallies monthly. For this rally they had candidates from the Libertarian, Constitution, and Green Parties speak out against the U.S. foreign policy of interventionism.  (Note:  YAL does not support or oppose any candidate for office.)   …

  • Petition to End the War Month: Update

    Activism from YAL at Wake Forest. This is a great example of what can be done for an event.    

  • Activism Grant for Petition to End the War Month

    YAL’s antiwar campaign for the month of March is a great opportunity to reach an unprecedented number of students on campus.  Protesting for peace is perennially popular on college campuses, but the question remains:  How creative and enthusiastic will YAL groups be in standing up to end our foreign adventurism? Regardless of whether it’s getting …

  • Great Meeting Idea From Ohio State-YAL

    At the start of each meeting, Ohio State’s YAL chapter presents a 15-minute educational power point. This plan is a great tool for recently recruited students and gives students a better understanding of what YAL is about. I really like OSU’s YAL overview presentation even though it’s not completely finished. The YAL overview is a great tool to get students …