On Saturday, 23. May I gave a speech at an event organized by my friend and European Students For Liberty Chairman Stoyan Panchev in Plovdiv, Bulgaria. It was my speech on Free Immigration: Defending the Right to Live and Work Anywhere and Everywhere. Plovdiv was the 5th city and Bulgaria the 4th country I’ve given […]
On Tuesday, 26. May, I will be speaking at an event of Liberalistene (The Capitalist Party of Norway) at the Eldorado Bokhandel in central Oslo, Norway. I will discuss Private education, the importance of competition and the liberty movement among students, highlighting the work of European Students For Liberty.
By Yaël Ossowski | Watchdog.org Charter schools in New Orleans have enjoyed growing popular support over the years, but at least one group is hoping to quell the praise for reforms. The Dignity in Schools Campaign, a nonprofit group against zero-tolerance behavior policies in schools, brought their protest signs to the American Federation for Children […]
A man who wants the truth becomes a scientist; a man who wants to give free play to his subjectivity may become a writer; but what should a man do who wants something in between?
By Yaël Ossowski | Watchdog.org Anywhere the wind blows in politics, the money is sure to follow. As for DISH Network CEO Charles Ergen, a top political financier in the U.S. wireless broadcast game and regulation, it hasn’t just been a one-sided venture. Reported by Watchdog.org on Monday, Ergen’s hundreds of thousands of dollars of […]
By Yaël Ossowski / May 11, 2015 / Watchdog.org Dish Network founder and CEO Charles Ergen’s political giving reveals support for politicians who lobbied the Federal Communications Commission to reserve spectrum space for small companies — spectrum that Ergen then won in the FCC’s controversial January auction. In a May 2014 letter to FCC chairman […]