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Tag: Venezuela
  • YAL @ Southern Miss Gulf Coast demonstrate for peace

    On Saturday, March 1st some members of our chapter got together to hold signs in support of Venezuela and Ukraine. We decided to stay from 11:30 to 1 p.m. and received much support from the public as they would drive by and “honk for peace.” Fortunately the local news came out to cover our demonstration …

  • Candlelight Vigil for Ukraine and Venezuela

    In Ukraine and Venezuela, students no older than you or I stand face to face with their oppressors and demand their civil liberties be recognized. Some of them have sacrificed everything for this cause, and the resolve of their compatriots only grows stronger with each passing day. Governments which have long since overstepped their limits …

  • It Came from Venezuela

    Of course by “it,” I mean me. Hello 🙂 My name is Jose, and I hail from Venezuela, communist paradise extraordinaire. Listen to my story. This could be yet another article or blog post describing the recent student protests that have been going on in Venezuela. Or I could be talking about the communist regime’s …

  • Spring 2014: Flying by Faster than the Speed of Light

    This semester has been a very hectic one for Kansas State Young Americans for Liberty. We kicked off spring recruitment with the activities carnival the last Thursday in January, where we handed out flyers, copies of Why Liberty and Economics in One Lesson, and YAL “swag” such as bottle openers and pens. This was followed by a …

  • Price Controls in Venezuela

    After a number of currency devaluations, the Venezulean government has begun enforcing price controls. The most recent devaluation was 50%. This devaluation was regarded as a break from the two-year-old “strong bolivar” policy Chavez had previously adopted. However, as to why Chavez or the media would refer to his previous policy as strong for the bolivar …