MOVING FORWARD: Tight Money, WTO Protectionism, Revising College Speech Codes, & Javier Milei’s Win

This week on Moving Forward, the Young Voices radio show, we hear from contributors Alexander Salter, Nathalie Voit, Collin Lamborn, and Joseph Bouchard.

Some pundits are saying that our money supply is too loose and could use some tightening. Alexander Salter explains why, actually, money is pretty tight right now.

Last month, the U.S. withdrew its support for key digital trade demands during World Trade Organization talks. Nathalie Voit says the Biden administration is standing down to WTO protectionism.

Does Utah State University's student code restrict students' right to free speech? Collin Lamborn believes it does and proposes a revision.

Argentina's newly elected president is making headlines around the world. Joseph Bouchard says Javier Milei's win is a win for the U.S. as well.

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