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  • Libertarian students are leading the fight for free speech on campus
    My latest piece at The Daily Caller discusses how libertarian students are fighting restrictive campus speech codes:...This movement is far more than a handful of judicial rulings. In fact, consistent victory in the courts is a symptom of a changing campus. More than ever before, college students are turning away from statism, choosing instead from a wide ra
  • First General Meeting at the University of Illinois
    The University of Illinois YAL chapter held our first general meeting this week. Thanks to hearty efforts to welcome new students, there was an excellent turn out of students who were eager to engage in discussion of freedom in society, freedom for markets, and freedom have had a few changes in our administration since last year. New President

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