AFF chapters rock the wintertime!

AFF is growing across the country. This winter, chapters in Chicago, Pittsburgh, and Raleigh organized events aimed at connecting young professionals with a certain penchant for freedom. AFF’s brand-new chapter

Making Sense of Military Healthcare Cuts

  Senior Republican leaders from House Armed Services Committee Chairman Buck McKeon to Congressman Ron Paul have blasted the Obama administration’s proposed defense budget, announced in January, for its cuts

Profiles in Liberty: Caitlyn Korb

In college, most students are limited in their understanding of the jobs that are available to them when they enter the workforce. Doctor, teacher, banker and the like are the

Questions to Ask Before the Interview

For most jobseekers, the interview process is already nerve-wracking. Crafting a fitting cover letter, waiting to hear back on applications, talking through impromptu phone screens, interviewing in person, and waiting for a

Distinguish Yourself: Attitude Matters

One important habit that Stephen Covey discusses in “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People” is being proactive. This involves taking initiative, but also a good attitude. Covey writes, “Our