On this year’s anniversary of the September 11th attacks, Young Americans for Freedom (YAF) planted 2,977 American flags on the Diag to commemorate each life lost. YAF Chairman Lincoln Ballew described the importance of her organization’s work: “The purpose of the event,” said Ballew, “is a memorial for the people whose lives were lost and […]
On October 25th, Young Americans for Freedom at the University of Michigan hosted YouTube political comedian Steven Crowder at the Power Center for the Performing Arts. Crowder is best known for his “Louder with Crowder” weekly podcast and his unapologetic mockery of left-wing politics and personalities. Before Crowder arrived on U-M’s campus, posters advertising […]
Last Thursday, on Hillary Clinton’s birthday, over 100 people packed the Michigan Union Pendleton Room to hear Lt. Col. Robert “Buzz” Patterson speak about “What Really Happened” in regards to Clinton’s candidacy. Patterson served as the former military aide to President Bill Clinton and carried the “nuclear football,” the informal name for the briefcase that […]
The theft, presumably by protesters, seemingly confirmed to theme of the event: the threat of liberal censorship.
ANN ARBOR, MI – Deroy Murdock, an editor for National Review online and a political commentator for Fox News, came to campus Wednesday September 14th to speak to the University of Michigan’s chapter of Young Americans for Freedom. He spoke about Obama’s presidency and commented on his government spending programs, including, but not limited to, […]
Many questioned the reason why most Jewish voters tended to support Democratic candidates. David Littmann talked about the tradition of progressive radicalism originating from the French revolution and the immigration history of German Ashkenazi Jews and Eastern European Jews since the 19th Century. “They fled from Tsars and they wanted security.” On March 16 at Hutchins […]