YAL in Action

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

Tag: Speech
  • UNCG YAL Free Speech Drive

    On September 22nd at UNCG we met at Elliot University Center at 1pm and decided to do a Free Speech event. We had over 25 signups, a lot of people were interested in what we were doing on campus. Even the University Communications Director wanted to promote us on our website. Young Americans for Liberty on …

  • Free Speech

    On November 4th at the campus of University of West Alabama, we had our free speech event. We had a rough start to the event by that we were unable to get the ball to inflate. I could not find a place to plug in so I had to do it by mouth and that …

  • Free Speech at Boise State

    On September 27th, Boise State University’s YAL chapter rolled out a massively oversized beach ball with one intent in mind – let students express themselves. With a little bit of sand in the bottom to keep it from blowing away, YAL students rolled the ball around campus with markers, asking students to write anything they …

  • How Displays Elevated My Early Semester Recruitment

    Tip #1: Get a Ron Paul cutout. Let’s face it. Any mention or sight of Ron Paul is a libertarian dog whistle. That’s why during tabling, we had multiple images of Ron Paul and a sign asking people if they liked Ron Paul, among other simple, yet eye catching displays. If you’re trying to find …

  • Ron Paul’s Great SRLC Speech and Heroic Broader Impact

    (See parts 2 and 3 below the jump) This is so ridiculously awesome. It’s absolutely amazing how much the movement has expanded. Look at what Ron Paul has accomplished:  A mainstream crowd at an establishment GOP gathering are clapping raw for a platform of sound monetary policies and a foreign policy of non-interventionism. I mean really, If one isn’t a methodological individualist, how …

  • The God-King Preaches to a Dutiful Flock

    I am eating an oh-so-delicious crispy chicken lunch right now at my favorite spot on campus, the Skutt Student Center. The only irritating aspect about the SSC is that  the big screen TV’s “coincidentally” always seem to be on CNN with full-blast volume when the God-King is making one of his allegedly  historical, yet basically conventional, political speeches. Even wired with the supposedly sound-proof special headphones …

  • Rational Insurance, Not Health Care Reform

    Is it logical or rational for a person to enter into a risk pooling plan with someone who has a money consuming disease?  It makes no sense.   To make it illegal for insurance companies to pick and choose eligible clientele based on costs associated with coverage means that those who do not have pre-existing diseases must …