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Libertas, a publication of Young America’s Foundation, highlights the programs, events, students, staff, and supporters of the Foundation. If you would like to receive Libertas in the mail,  click here to submit your mailing information. Any use of Libertas’ content without the written permission of Young America’s Foundation is prohibited.

Libertas 37.2

VOL 37 – No. 2

On the Cover: The Foundation alumni featured in this issue got their start in the Conservative Movement as young leaders in the Foundation’s programs.

Also in This Issue: Congressman McClintock Headlines Tax Cut Celebration • YAF Publishes Latest Student Resource: Excuse Me, Professor • “Principles of a Reagan Conservative” Course Inspires Students • Foundation Hosts Inaugural “Standing Up for Faith & Freedom” Seminar • Keene, Edwards, and Robinson Headline Sharon Statement Seminar • World Chess Champion Kasparov Captivates Reagan Ranch Center Audience

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VOL 37 – No. 1

On the Cover: This issue of Libertas highlights the fight for free speech on today’s college campus, and Young America’s Foundation’s efforts to ensure our student activists have the resources, training, and tools necessary to advance their conservative ideas amidst intolerant leftist administrators and professors. (Illustration by Joel Aaron Carlson)

Also in This Issue: Congressman McClintock Headlines Tax Cut Celebration • YAF Publishes Latest Student Resource: Excuse Me, Professor • “Principles of a Reagan Conservative” Course Inspires Students • Foundation Hosts Inaugural “Standing Up for Faith & Freedom” Seminar • Keene, Edwards, and Robinson Headline Sharon Statement Seminar • World Chess Champion Kasparov Captivates Reagan Ranch Center Audience

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VOL 36 – No. 2

On the Cover: New York Times bestselling author Peter Schweizer began his long journey with Young America’s Foundation as a high school student attending our 1982 National Conservative Student Conference. He is currently a Foundation director as well as president of the Government Accountability Institute and senior editor-at-large for Breitbart News. His most recent bestseller, Clinton Cash, has garnered national media attention since it’s release earlier this year.

Also in This Issue: #1 New York Times Bestselling author Brad Thor Speaks at YAF Headquarters Royce, MacFarland, and Donatelli Address Capital Hill Interns Sessions, Mooney, and Will Headline Rawhide Circle Retreat Gingrich and Krauthammer Kick Off Wendy P. McCaw Freedom Lecture Series Forbes Editor and YAF Alumnus John Tamny Speaks at Reagan Ranch Center

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VOL 36 – No. 1

On the Cover:  Dr. Walter E. Williams, the John M. Olin Distinguished Professor of Economics at George Mason University is among the Foundation’s most popular and longest-serving faculty members addressing our student programs.

Also in This Issue:  Virginia Tech YAF Achieves Free Speech Victory  •  Supreme Court Attorney Paul Clement Reflects on the Roberts Court  •  Allen, Williams, Marlow, and Hartwick Headline Road to Freedom Seminar  •  Spanish President Aznar Addresses Supporters in Rome  •  Al and Bette Moore Recognized at Special Moore Ranch Dedication

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Reagan Ranch Edition

On The Cover: This well-known image captures President Reagan at Rancho del Cielo in his much-preferred riding attire—blue jeans, a work shirt, and his cowboy hat.

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VOL 35 – NO. 3

On the Cover: At every Foundation program, students introduce themselves and share why they are attending that particular event.

Also in This Issue: Young America’s Foundation Moves to New Headquarters  •  C-SPAN Covers Katie Pavlich’s Reagan Ranch Roundtable Address  •  Hatch, Donatelli, and Dunlop Address Capitol Hill Interns  •  YAF Leaders Receive Hands-On Training  •  President Club’s Supporters Gather in Santa Barbara

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VOL 35 – NO. 2

On the Cover: Dr. Paul Kengor addresses Young America’s Foundation’s high school conference at Grove City College in Pennsylvania.

Also in This Issue: YAF Activists Gather for CPAC 2014  •  Senator Phil Gramm Addresses 500 at New Jersey Reagan Day Enjoy Tours of Rancho del Cielo  •  Local ROTC Cadets  •  Louis L’Amour’s Wife and Son Headline Reagan Birthday Celebration

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VOL 35 – NO. 1

On the Cover: President Obama told the American people, “If you like your [health care] plan, you can keep it.” Millennials are realizing that is simply not true. (photo credit: WhiteHouse.gov)

Also in This Issue: Sekulow, Martin, and Kookogey Headline Tax Cut Celebration  • Royce, Rohrabacher, Donatelli, and York Address Capitol Hill Interns  •  Congressman Sean Duffy Hosts YAF Capitol Hill Reception  • Reagan Ranch Roundtable Features Attorney Cleta Mitchell  •  2014 Reagan Ranch Getaway Weekends Announced

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VOL 34 – NO. 2

On the Cover: Remembering Margaret Thatcher

Also in This Issue: Ronald Reagan Academy Students Explore Rancho del Cielo  •  Pavlich and Rohrabacher Headline YAF events at CPAC  •  Governor Jan Brewer Visits the Reagan Ranch  • Henninger, Folsom, West, and Buchholz Discuss Free Enterprise at the Rawhide Circle Retreat

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VOL 34 – NO. 2

On the Cover: Celebrating Young America’s Foundation’s 15th Anniversary of Preserving and Protecting Rancho del Cielo.

Also in This Issue:   Town and Country Magazine features Patti Davis’s article on Rancho del Cielo   •   Bill O’Reilly’s visit to the Western White House   •  Learn More About Ronald Reagan and His Ranch

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VOL 34 – NO. 1

On the Cover: Young America’s Foundation hosts the Conservative Movement’s rising leaders at our programs at the Reagan Ranch Center and nationwide.

Also in This Issue: Santorum and Forbes Reach Thousands at Yale  •  Students Learn Successful Activism Techniques   • Goldberg Addresses Students and Supporters in Denver    •  Reagan Ranch Roundtable Features Senator Mike Lee   • Patti Davis Highlights Her Father’s Ranch in Town & Country   • Spend a Weekend with Like-Minded Friends at the Reagan Ranch   • 2013 Fall Foliage Cruise: Set Sail with Top Conservative Leaders

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VOL 33 – NO. 3

On the Cover: Cover artwork designed by Joel Aaron Carlson.

Also in This Issue: Ashcroft, Williams, and George Headline Rawhide Circle Retreat  •  Richard Allen Addresses Reagan Ranch Roundtable  • Thomas Phillips Student Luncheon Features Governor George Allen  •  Reagan Ranch Activism Seminar Energizes Students  •  Bill O’Reilly Visits Rancho del Cielo  •  2013 Fall Foliage Cruise: Set Sail with Top Conservative Leaders

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VOL 33 – NO. 2

On the Cover: Governor Scott Walker enjoys time at the Reagan Ranch prior to his speech at the 2011 West Coast Leadership Conference.

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VOL 33 – NO. 1

On the Cover: Senator Marco Rubio headlines the Reagan 100 Banquet at the 33rd annual National Conservative Student Conference in Washington, D.C.
 
Also in This issue: Senators Rubio and Lee and Congressman West and Jordan Inspire Hundreds at 33rd Annual National Conservative Student Conference  Miss America 2011 Headlines National High School Leadership Conference  •  Congressman Paul Ryan on Youth, the Economy, and Freedom •   Dr. Art Laffer Headlines ’81 Tax Cut Anniversary Celebration • 9/11: Never Forget Project – Students Honor Victims Ten Years Later •  National Security, Patriotism, and the Next Generation: An Interview with Bestselling Author Brad Thor
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VOL 32 – NO. 2

On the Cover: Young America’s Foundation thanks artist Steve Penley for allowing us to reproduce his Reagan portrait for this issue of Libertas. As the inspiration for this painting, Penley said he used “a great photograph of Reagan which radiated his optimistic outlook for America.” Of the painting itself, penley said, “The golden yellow colors reminded me of the West and the Ranch.”

Also in This issue:  Rumsfeld, McCotter, and Buchanan Headline Rawhide Circle Retreat • Top Student activists Visit Rancho del Cielo  •  Congressman Wilson and Erick Erickson Inspire Students at CPAC  •  How You Can Honor Ronald Reagan  •  Explore Alaska with Foundation Leaders and VIP speaker

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VOL 32 – NO.1

On the Cover: Governor Sarah Palin and her family visited the Reagan Ranch during Young America’s Foundation’s Reagan 100 Celebration Weekend in Santa Barbara, California. While at Rancho del Cielo, Governor Palin rode on the same trails President Reagan enjoyed during his time at the “Western White House.” (Photograph by Jensen Sutta)

Also in This issue:  David Limbaugh addresses Reagan Ranch Roundtable Luncheon  • Remembering Those Killed on 9/11 • European MP Daniel Hannan Warns of the Dangers of Socialized Healthcare • How You Can Honor Ronald Reagan  • Learn the Untold Stories of the Individuals Who Launched the Conservative Movement

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VOL. 31 – NO. 2

On the Cover: Young America’s Foundation student activists from the University of California – Santa Barbara (from left to right) Kenny Diaz, Lea Uebelhart, Nick West, Ashley Willits, and Kristin Till advance freedom on their campus. (Cover image designed by Tara French.)

Also in This Issue: Join the Celebrations of Ronald Reagan’s 100th Birthday! • Attend a Reagan Ranch Getaway Weekend and Visit the Place That Meant the Most to President Reagan • Visit Ronald Reagan’s Ancestral Homeland and Cruise the Emerald Isles with Young America’s Foundation

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VOL. 31 – NO. 1

Also in This Issue:

  • 400 Attend National Conservative Student Conference
  • Winning the Battles Ahead
  • What Conservatives must do to advance freedom in the months ahead
  •  Moore, Folsom, and Williams Inspire High School Students
  • Meet Your Alumni Board Members!
  • Mitt Romney and Joe Wilson Headline West Coast Leadership Conference
  • Standing up for Freedom
  • Why we need Ronald Reagan’s ideas today
  • Brit Hume Addresses Future Journalists
  • Aissa Wayne shares her thoughts on the Reagan Ranch, her father, and advancing freedom for future generations.
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VOL. 30 – NO. 2

On the Cover: Since 1969, Young America’s Foundation has worked to ensure that increasing numbers of young Americans are inspired by the ideas of individual freedom, a strong national defense, free enterprise, and traditional values. As we celebrate our 40th anniversary this year, we are grateful for the students, supporters, speakers, and friends who have made our programs possible. This special anniversary cover includes images from our programs throughout the past four decades, including photos of leading conservatives William F. Buckley Jr., Robert Novak, Ronald Reagan, Ann Coulter, Newt Gingrich, and others who have played key roles in the Foundation’s outreach, success, and growth .

Also in This Issue: Fox News Features Newt Gingrich at the Reagan Ranch Center  • Ann Coulter Meets with National Journalism Center Interns  • Foundation Fights Obama Nominee • 8,500 Attend 2009 CPAC• Set Sail through History

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VOL. 30 – NO.1

On the Cover: President Barack Obama has appeared on the cover of Time and Newsweek more than 30 times since his first cover appearance in 2005. For years, Young America’s Foundation President Ron Robinson has advised Foundation student audiences that they can recognize the mainstream media’s bias with ease by simply reviewing the covers editors select for their weekly publications. His popular presentation includes more than 150 cover images highlighting the favorable and often iconic portrayal of liberals versus unfavorable and critical depictions of conservatives.

Also in This Issue: • Senator DeMint Addresses 200 Interns  • Cold War Experts Share Lessons with Youth  • Meet the Unsung Heroes of the Conservative Movement  • Attend an Upcoming Foundation Conference Near You!

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VOL. 29 – NO.2-Special Military Edition •

On The Cover: Members of the Texas A & M University – Galveston’s Color Guard take part in Young America’s Foundation’s 9/11: Never Forget Project and stand beside their display of 2,977 American flags representing those murdered on September 11, 2001.

Also in This Issue: • Coulter Draws Record Crowd at Reagan Ranch Center • Pawlenty and Pence Address Rawhide Circle Retreat • Cruise the Caribbean with Ashcroft, Tancredo, Meese, Simpson, and Foundation Leaders • Students Battle Campus Administrators to Host Chris Simcox and Star Parker

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