161. Who Was Leonard Read?

If you’re a fan of the Tuttle Twins and the Miraculous Pencil, you might have heard of Leonard Read. Read not only wrote I, Pencil, the book that inspired the Tuttle Twins book, he also founded the Foundation for Economic Education. Links: Leonard Read, the Founder and Builder Leonard Read, the Man I, Pencil The […]

111. Why Kids Need Stories of Superheroes

Foundation for Economic Education’s director of content joins Connor and Brittany today to tell us what superheroes can teach us about liberty. Links: Why Kids Need Heroic Adventures More than Columbus Day, We Need a Superman Day Why People Are So Fascinated with Superhero Movies Here’s a transcript of our conversation: Brittany: Hi Connor. Connor: Hey, Britt. […]

85. Why Does Character Matter?

On today’s episode, Larry Reed, President Emeritus of the Foundation for Economic Education, joins Connor and Brittany to talk about the role character plays in advancing the principles of liberty. Links: The Uncommon Life of Bessie Coleman Real Heroes: Inspiring True Stories of Courage, Character, and Conviction   Here’s a transcript of our conversation:   […]