124. What Is Voluntaryism?

Today Brittany and Connor discuss “voluntaryism,” a belief that all transactions between human beings should be voluntary and done without force from other individuals or institutions, like government. What Is Voluntaryism? Lessons from A Lemonade Stand

122. Who Is Elon Musk?

Today Connor and Brittany discuss one of our favorite entrepreneurs of all time: Elon Musk. Books: Elon Musk: Tesla, SpaceX, and the Quest for a Fantastic Future Links: Space X Boring Company  Tesla  Tweet about being the richest man

121. What Can We Learn from The Greatest Showman?

The Greatest Showman might be a fun musical movie, but there are a lot of lessons we can learn from the film, including the power of entrepreneurship. Links: The Greatest Showman and the Beauty of the Entrepreneurial Spirit

120. How Can You Make Money as a Writer?

Love to write? Want to make money doing it? Both Connor and Brittany have been able to turn their love of writing into careers. Today they share some tips on building a fruitful career as a writer.  

The “Vaccine Passport” Trojan Horse

This week, it was reported that the Biden Administration is developing a “Vaccine Passport.” News outlets claim this will come in the form of a scannable barcode showing proof of a vaccination or recent negative test. It could be used to enter planes, restaurants, concerts, sporting events, and the workplace. If you weren’t born with […]

119. Why Is The Gig Economy So Important?

From both the federal and state governments, the gig economy is under attack. But what is the gig economy and why is it so important? Links: Upwork  Did California Just Kill the Gig Economy?  

118. Is A Mask Mandate Constitutional?

The era of COVID, we are being told constantly to wear a mask. In fact, some places have even made laws forcing individuals to wear them. But are mask mandates really constitutional? Book: They Thought They Were Free Definitions: Decentralization: When control is distributed or spread out among many people instead of just one group […]

The Magical World of “Wage Gap” Myths

In America, you can sue people for a lot of reasons. But you can’t sue the law of supply and demand. At least, not effectively. Of course, silly old facts aren’t known for getting in the way of compelling cultural narratives. Enter soccer star Megan Rapinoe, who announced at the White House this week that […]

117. Why Are Capitalists Always the Villains?

Have you ever noticed how in many movies, the capitalists are always the bad guys? Why is the market always demonized while “socialism” and other “isms” are seen as virtuous? Definitions:  Sins of omission: A “sin” or bad action that occurs because you fail to do something or perform an action.  Example: Not forgiving a […]