This week on Moving Forward, the Young Voices radio show, we hear from contributors Leslie Corbly, David McGarry, Jeremy Horpedahl and Roy Mathews.

To hear some policymakers tell it, the only reason a person could want privacy is if they have something to hide. Leslie Corbly explains how a lack of privacy leads to political abuses.

Any time a high profile atrocity takes place, there’s a tendency for some folks to overreact. David McGarry explains the complexities of tragedy and good governance.

The higher cost of nearly everything is causing a very real temptation on the part of politicians to “do something.” Jeremy Horpedahl reminds us that price controls are no answer to soaring prices.

A recent explosion and shutdown at a US liquified natural gas plant (LNG) will have far-reaching implications for US consumers. Roy Matthews shares the reasons why our energy costs will continue to rise.

ABOUT MOVING FORWARD: Young Voices sponsors a weekly radio show for our contributors to discuss pressing policy issues and their latest work. Moving Forward with Young Voices is hosted by Bryan Hyde and broadcasts on Radio St. George 100.3FM (KDXI-LP), a terrestrial radio station in Utah. It is also available to stream as a podcast on over 40 platforms including Podbean, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Spotify and YouTube.

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