Talk:Young Conservatives of Texas

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Logo size[edit]

Does anybody have any objection to removing the forced upsizing of the logo? It's blurry and doesn't really need to be that big to be readable. Pending a 48 hour objection period I indend to remove the upsize parameter. Hasteur (talk) 03:01, 10 April 2011 (UTC)

Copyright problem removed[edit]

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This article still clearly fails WP:ORG[edit]

Despite being nominated for deletion at AFD (Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Young Conservatives of Texas), this article still does not have a single notability reference. It CLEARLY fails WP:ORG and WP:GNG in its current state. Monty845 20:44, 15 April 2011 (UTC)

If there are sufficient sources out there then it passes the notability requirements even if the sources aren't in the article. It just makes it a shoddy article at the moment. VernoWhitney (talk) 20:53, 15 April 2011 (UTC)

Eyewitness account: in 1980 I was a hippie objectivist apprehensive about soviet H-bombs and energy shortages and subscribed to YAF before realizing it was a religious hate group. I remember Steve Munisteri vaguely, and attended meetings but was the only person there in sandals and shoulder-length hair (while not female). I thought they changed names to YCT to get rid of hippie objectivist infiltrators and had no clue of any disagreement with HQ. That same year I discovered the LP and have been a happy camper since. According to one young tool in the YAF newsletter mail section, to be conservative you had to want men with guns to ban abortion. I can produce a letter about nuclear energy, but do not have the old newsletters to offer as proof. translator (talk) 18:29, 15 August 2015 (UTC)