YAL in Action

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

Tag: protest
  • Churchill Was Right

    On Friday (January 20th, 2017), I went with a couple of friends to see the Milo Yiannopoulos speech at University of Washington. We got there at around 2:30-3:00 PM for a 7:00 PM speech, just to make sure we got some good seats. Protesters were mostly pretty calm, just waving signs, but we figured there’d …

  • YAL & BLM at Houston City Hall

    On Tuesday, August 2nd representatives from the YAL chapter at University of Houston joined their voices with a coalition of groups like Black Lives Matter by demanding changes to the policing policies of the City of Houston. One of the concerns and solutions raised was the fact that the current City of Houston body camera policy …

  • YAL @ UT-Tyler Protests IRS Corruption

    Today, in the wake of the tragic devastation in Moore, OK, the American people rose in anger nationwide against the Internal Revenue Service. Upon learning of the U.S. Treasury Inspector General’s report that the IRS targeted conservative and constitutionalist groups in order to quell politically inconvenient speech, a groundswell of activism took place across the U.S. …

  • Have YOUR “End the Fed” Sign in Silver Circle Movie!

    Silver Circle is producing an animated film about a rebel group that takes on the mighty Fed.  In this futuristic tale, heavy inflation takes over as the financial institution’s power grows.   The cool parts about this film are all the ways to get involved.  Through the whole month of May you can submit your …

  • So now you’re mad at the government?

    My column this week at the Daily Caller is a challenge to moderates and moderate conservatives to see that the recent government actions on healthcare are really just one more action in a pattern of government being far too involved in our economy and our lives. …It seems to me that such (anti-healthcare) protests are …

  • The Unsuccessful “Kill the Bill” Protest

    On Saturday, March 20th, about 5,000 patriots gathered on the mall to “kill the bill.” Local news is reporting 5-10,000 people present while FreedomWorks organizers’ estimates are upward 25K people present at the protest. People circled the Capitol building throughout the entire weekend, chanting “kill the bill!”  Photos below taken by myself and Seth Blaustein. …

  • “Unless you’re free, the machine will be prevented from working at all”

    Those words were spoken by Mario Savio in a speech that helped start the protest movement of the Sixties.  Compiled with video from the protest in Tiananmen Square, this video inspires those of us who believe in individual liberty. There’s a time when the operation of the machine becomes so odious, makes you so sick …

  • New Protests in Iran

    Powerful images coming out of Iran: Check out more pictures here.  Hopefully Obama will do the right thing and keep out of war in this country.

  • IU YAL ‘Activism in Action’

    In the wake of the ‘Death of the Dollar Vigil‘ held in Bloomington this past week, the YAL Chapter at Indiana University held an End the Fed protest as part of National End The Fed Day.  The group informed students and non-students alike about how the Federal Reserve operates and how it has contributed to …

  • The Judge Hosts The Glenn Beck Show

    Sorry this is a little late notice but Judge Napolitano hosted the Glenn Beck show yesterday at 5 p.m. eastern. You can see a clip of the show here. The Judge talked to Congresswoman Michele Bachman about her call for a protest today on Capitol Hill. More information if you’re interested in joining the protest.