Olympic season is upon us. But while many get excited to watch the games, there are many genuine concerns about the economic consequences of the Olympic games. Links: https://fee.org/articles/the-year-the-olympics-were-privatized/ https://fee.org/articles/the-big-losers-at-the-olympics-are-the-host-nations/ https://fee.org/articles/the-biggest-loser-at-the-rio-olympics-might-be-rio/
The government hates competition. But one man once dared to take on the United States Postal Service, creating a free market alternative… until he was shut down. Links: It’s Time to Privatize the United States Postal Service Lysander Spooner: The Anarchist Who Single-Handedly Took on the US Post Office Vices Are Not Crimes Lysander Spooner-Wikipedia
Author Max Borders joins Brittany and Connor to discuss the important role communities play in promoting individual liberty and limited government. Links: After Collapse: The End of America and the Rebirth of Her Ideals The Social Singularity: How decentralization will allow us to transcend politics, create global prosperity, and avoid the robot apocalypse
These days, you hear people talking about “their truth.” Everyone seems to think they live in their own version of reality, but in a world where everyone has their own beliefs about what is true and what is not, is there any objective truth? Brittany and Emma discuss.
You may have heard of Bitcoin and Blockchain, but have you ever heard of the elusive Satoshi Nakamoto? Today Brittany and Emma talk about the mysterious creator of Bitcoin, who walked away from the project as soon as it was born. Links: Who is the secretive Bitcoin billionaire who invented Bitcoin? Unveiling Satoshi Nakamoto
The best entrepreneurs are those we dare to challenge the status quo. Airbnb cofounder Joe Gebbia took on the hotel industry by always asking the question, “how can I make this better?” Links: The Tuttle Twins Guide to Inspiring Entrepreneurs Airbnb’s Co-founder Has Been Innovating since He Was a Kid
Summer is here! But how can you make the most out of these three months of sunshine? Emma and Brittany offer a few ideas to make the most out of your summer. Links: Children’s Entrepreneur Market Meet the teens who make six figures mowing lawns
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 Tuttle Twins and the Miraculous Pencil
In honor of Independence Day, Connor and Brittany talk about some of their favorite stories to come out of the Revolutionary War era and the founding of the United States. Links: The American Crisis Declaration of Independence: A Transcription The Letters of John and Abigail Adams
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