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  • The Enemy of the Poor is Big Environment

    10/22/2013 1:40:10 PM Posted by Patrick Coyle

    RR HSCYoung America's Foundation just held our latest high school conference at the Reagan Ranch which welcomed more than 170 participants from around the country. The students heard from a number of speakers including Michael Reagan who began the conference and radio show host Jason Lewis who spoke to students, community members, and supporters at the Reagan Ranch Roundtable. Other speakers at the conference include Sally Pipes who spoke on alternatives to Obamacare, Dr. Ivan Pongracic introduced the students to ideas of Ludwig von Mises, and David Horowitz spoke on how to present conservatism on campus. 

    Documentary filmmaker, Phelim McAleer showcased his efforts combating radical environmentalists around the globe. During his many investigations, he discovered who was keeping the poor from breaking out of poverty: 

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