YAF’s Kara Zupkus headed to the Supreme Court where people are gathering to commemorate the life of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to find out just how much Americans actually know about RBG and the current SCOTUS vacancy.
The Sharon Statement was adopted six decades ago today on September 11, 1960, by a group of 100 young conservatives who convened at the home of William F. Buckley in Sharon, Connecticut with the purpose of creating Young Americans for Freedom. In 2015 The New York Times recognized the Sharon Statement as a “seminal document” of the Conservative […]
Enough excuses. Yesterday, the 9/11 Memorial and Museum in New York City announced that because of COVID-19 the ‘Tribute in Lights” at the Ground Zero Memorial will not be held to remember the nearly 3,000 lives taken by Islamists almost 20 years ago. Most already recognize this decision as inexplicable and inane. Is anyone expected […]
Perhaps best known as U.S. Attorney General during President Ronald Reagan’s second term, Edwin Meese III was a conservative icon, a tireless defender of the rule of law, and an ally and dear friend to Young America’s Foundation for decades. Meese’s service to President Reagan stretched from the California Governor’s mansion in 1966 to the […]