This week on Moving Forward, the Young Voices radio show, we hear from contributors Peyton Lofton, Theo Burman, Neetu Arnold and David McGarry.
The public education system continues to be a battleground for political elections. Peyton Lofton explains how Florida’s gubernatorial race has intensified with candidate Charlie Crist’s selection of a teacher’s union rep as his running mate.
These days it seems like election posturing and campaigning goes on for far too long. Theo Burman says the U.S. could learn a thing or two from British election brevity.
America’s debt crisis is leaving its mark on most of the population. Neetu Arnold joins us to discuss why forgiving student loan debt doesn’t solve the crisis and she offers some solid advice on what would solve it.
It’s fall and once again there’s a hint of antitrust legislation in the air. David McGarry describes what’s behind Washington D.C.’s antitrust gambit and why it’s a bad idea.
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