Evan Maguire

Evan Maguire is a student at American University and a Young Writers Program intern.

A New Face in the Republican Party: An Interview with Austin Petersen

 

At the Young Americans for Liberty Convention that is currently ongoing, Missouri Senate candidate Austin Petersen debated economist David Friedman on Minarchism, a philosophy that advocates a very small government that only exists to uphold rights and public order, vs. Anarcho-Capitalism, which advocates for the abolition of the state. Petersen defended Minarchism while Friedman defended […]

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Make Liberty Win: An Interview with Cliff Maloney Jr.

 

Hundreds of young liberty activists are currently attending YALCON 2017, the national convention for the Young Americans for Liberty organization, which has swept through college campuses as a force for open markets, freedom, and small government. I got a chance to speak with the president of the organization, Cliff Maloney Jr., and here is what […]

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While the Media Analyzes Trump’s Tweets, India and China Engage in a Military Standoff

 

If you have been watching the news at all for the past few weeks, you’ve probably heard a whole lot about President Trump’s tweets, Don Jr.’s “treasonous” meeting with a Russian lawyer and probably something about the Kardashians. While these topics are entertaining and eye catching, they don’t really matter when it comes down to […]

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Why do Leaders in Latin America Keep Getting in Trouble for Corruption?

 

This week, two major scandals rocked Latin American politics as two former leftist presidents, “Lula” Luiz Inacio da Silva of Brazil (2003-2010) and Ollanta Humala of Peru (2011-2016), face severe charges for their corrupt dealings while they were president. Lula has been sentenced to nine and a half years in prison for taking 3.7 million […]

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While Trump and Nieto Met in Hamburg, Mexico Bled.

 

On Friday, President Trump met with many world leaders, including his Mexican counterpart Enrique Peña Nieto.  Before this meeting began, a journalist asked President Trump if he expected Mexico to pay for the wall, he responded “Absolutely.” President Nieto has repeatedly stated that he has no intention to have Mexico pay for the border wall. […]

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G20 Protests Get Violent as Antifa Thugs Descend on Hamburg

 

While President Trump was greeted with thunderous applause and displays of both pro-American and pro-Polish patriotism when he spoke in Warsaw, the situation in the next place he is visiting is not as cheerful. Before the G20 summit even began, around a hundred thousand protesters descended on the city. Most of the protesters are anti-capitalists […]

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#CNNBlackMail Sweeps the Internet

 

Over the past few weeks, CNN has been left reeling due to a series of undercover videos put out by Project Veritas. These videos have exposed CNN staff and contributors as recognizing that the Russia scandal is a “nothing burger,” and has also exposed their deep distaste for the average American and one producer even said […]

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Former Government Employee Caught Selling Secrets to the Chinese

 

With constant allegations of Russian hacking and leaks from the Trump administration, one could become immune to claims of intelligence problems. While the accusations of Russians hacking the election are largely baseless at this point, a very real intelligence breach occurred when a former government employee, Kevin Mallory, was caught passing classified documents to Chinese […]

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Venezuelan Crisis Continues

 

While most eyes are on Syria, Russia and even China in the realm of international conflicts and crises, a crisis is brewing to our south. Since the death of Hugo Chavez in 2013, the “socialist paradise” of Venezuela hasn’t been much of a paradise, not that it was before. Political rights have all but vanished, […]

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Life Goes on in Manchester

 

A month ago, terror struck an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester. As concert goers were leaving the arena,  a 22-year-old Manchester-born Islamic Extremist detonated a nail bomb, killing 22 and injuring over 100. Chaos filled the scene in the following hours, as families struggled to reunite with their young children attending the pop concert. Large […]

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