YAL in Action

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

  • MSNBC Fires Host for Asking Tough Questions

    “I am not going to do a show where I have to pretend most of the politicians in Washington are honorable gentlemen.” In the following video Cenk Uygur, host of The Young Turks, explains why he just left MSNBC to return to his internet show after being offered more money and a smaller role. To …

  • Ron Paul vs. Lawrence O’Donnell

    Congressman Ron Paul holds his own against MSNBC attack dog Lawrence O’Donnell on The Last Word.

  • “Rise of the New Right” Documentary

    On Wednesday, June 16, MSNBC plans to air its documentary “Rise of the New Right” in an apparent attempt to demonize the views of the Tea Party, the liberty movement, and those who believe in the constitution and who oppose an expansive central government. The Hardball website describes the documentary: In msnbc’s latest Hardball documentary, “Rise of the …

  • Poll: Cable News Viewing Habits

    Over at my personal blog, I’ve posted a poll surveying others’ cable news viewing habits. Since my graduate thesis is on the broadcast fairness doctrine, I thought I’d do some very unscientific research. To view and/or participate in the poll, click here. Thanks.

  • MSNBC: “Fed is godfather to the greatest cover up in the history of this country”

    Yeah, you read that header right. Plain and simple, right during broadcasting hours, Dylan Ratigan of MSNBC states about the Fed: We are getting closer to fully exposing the greatest con and cover up in the history of this country. It involves our banks, the Federal Reserve, our Congress and, of course, you and me. …

  • The Tea Parties Are More Diverse Than MSNBC

    The Dallas Tea Party answers Keith Olbermann’s criticism that the Tea Parties are an exclusively “white” protest movement: Hat tip: Matthew Hurtt. Bonus video:

  • The Fed’s Writing on the Wall

    I love this article by MSNBC. It’s a weak attempt by big government-loving Democrats to attack Ron Paul’s efforts to destroy the Federal Reserve. They describe his legislative history as being a principled failure, and act as though his strong stance against big government, fiat currency, and wasteful spending is a bad idea. I think …