YAL in Action

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

Tag: mississippi
  • Constitution Week at Ole Miss: Successfully Promoting Economic Liberty

    Constitution Week here in Oxford was a true success. Lodged right in between two major events here at Ole Miss — the Texas game and Attorney General Eric Holder’s speech at our campus — we were busy promoting economic liberty as seen through the Constitution. Celebrating the Constitution started off a little early when we gave …

  • Activism Against the War

    In an effort to bring the war closer to home, our YAL group at Ole Miss decided to create a memorial for all the Mississippians that have lost their lives in the Iraq War. We called it the, “Mississippi Wall of Innocence.”  We placed the memorial in front our Student Union for all to see. We …

  • Local Congressional Candidate Can’t Name Bill of Rights

    Our YAL chapter at Ole Miss has been in our student union everyday for the last few weeks playing, “Name the First Ten Amendments,” with our student population. We have had some interesting results thus far. Obviously, only a very small amount of students have been able to name all ten. However, we decided it …