This week on Moving Forward, the Young Voices radio show, we hear from contributors Sophia Worringer, Charles Brandt, Sarah Montalbano and James Czerniawski.
In many ways, police have become the punching bag of public services. Sophia Worringer says, let the police strike and we just might appreciate their worth.
When President Biden offered student debt forgiveness a few weeks ago, the courts had to step in and remind him that he lacks authority to do so. Charles Brandt explains the legal doctrine that saved the taxpayers from paying those student loans.
Reining in Big Tech is on a lot of people’s minds right now. Sarah Montalbano advises that decentralization is a better approach than asking Big Government to do the job.
The collapse of the FTX cryptocurrency is now the subject of a Congressional investigation. James Czerniawski shares some of the major takeaways from a recent House hearing.
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