Yaron Brook analyzes the National Forensic League’s Lincoln-Douglas debate resolution, which questions whether a just government ought to prioritize universal human rights over its national interest. This video is designed to help students participating in the 2011 Policy Debate at the nationals in Dallas. For more information, please visit http://www.aynrand.org/debate.
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Yaron Brook comments on the current resolution for the National Forensics League Policy Debate, which examines whether the United States should intervene in other nations’ struggles for freedom. This video is designed to help students participating in the 2011 Policy Debate at the nationals in Dallas. For more information, please visit ARI’s Debate Resources page.
Yaron Brook analyzes the resolution for policy debates at national finals of the National Forensic League (a debating society for students). The resolution is: “Resolved: The United States federal government should substantially reduce its military and/or police presence in one or more of the following: South Korea, Japan, Afghanistan, Kuwait, Iraq, Turkey.”
Yaron Brook offers advice to leaders of Objectivist campus clubs.
Yaron Brook comments on the BP oil spill and the political response.
Yaron Brook analyzes Comedy Central’s decision not to air images of Muhammad in a recent episode of South Park.
Yaron Brook discusses the recent Supreme Court decision affecting campaign finance reform, and the underlying issue of free speech.
Yaron Brook talks about why the Haitian earthquake caused more devastation than the Chilean quake, even though the Chilean quake was much stronger.
Yaron Brook comments on foreign policy in light of increasing terrorist attacks, and explains what a proper response to them would be.
Yaron Brook discusses increased interest in Ayn Rand Institute activities, and what it means for the state of the culture.