Op-ed: You should join YAL

تجد هنا Summer classes, summer vacation, summer job, summer co-op… Summer is a busy time for all here at Northeastern. I took the liberty of making my summer be about liberty by attending the Young Americans for Liberty National Convention.

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الخيارات الثنائية tradersway “Make Liberty Win” goes a step further. It stands more for the ideas we are advocating for, the change we want to see in our nation and the concept of winning on principle. There were a wide array of political philosophies represented at the convention, but it was certain that we all advocate for less government and more individual freedom.

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لماذا لا تحقق هنا The idea of liberty and personal freedoms is something that is so much bigger than us or our campuses. Paul reminded us that we live in the greatest meritocracy in the world, but for so many other groups of people outside of the United States, every aspect of their lives is mandated by the government. yet, somehow, America’s leaders are still inclined to progress further into the statist ideology of other nations instead of retaining the spirit of our founding fathers.

كيفية حساب سعر الذهب عند الشراء Amash carried on this theme with commentary on how much we have drifted from our country’s foundation, describing Supreme Court decisions as causing “a gradual erosion of liberty over time.” as someone who was inspired to go into politics from Ron Paul, Amash represents the new generation of liberty leaders. His message was hopeful of the future, including a call to action to advocate for liberty in a divided United States. With both sides of the political spectrum governing with an ‘ends justify the means’ outlook, people may be looking for something different. That something may just be libertarianism, with which the principles are paramount and the means do matter.

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أكثر من Young Americans for Liberty at Northeastern University will resume weekly meetings on Tuesdays at 8 p.m. in Ell Hall, room 408, beginning  Sept. 19. I hope, next year, to have a stronger representation of Northeastern University at the national convention, by inspiring more members to make similar personal gains and learn more about why liberty is so important to us, not just as Americans, but as citizens of the world.

القفز فوق هؤلاء الرجال Hope to see you soon,

تداول اسهم الامريكي العربي اخبار توزيعات الاسهم Aubrey Kenderdine

هو قال شركة President of Young Americans for Liberty at Northeastern University

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