Persuading others that freedom is a better way of life than servitude or perpetual childhood can be tricky. We’ve all been conditioned from a very young age to believe that people-who-know-best should be planning our lives. Allan Stevo begs to differ. He says freedom doesn’t need a plan.
A related area of learned helplessness can be seen in how easily we’ve allowed ourselves to become convinced that it’s dangerous for the state NOT to be watching our every move. Aden Tate has a great take on why it isn’t for our own good.
Why should questioning the integrity of a free election be considered borderline criminal behavior? Sheldon Richman has an excellent breakdown of how the term “free election” is an oxymoron.
Homeschoolers get a bad rap from parents who are worried that it will make their kids turn out weird. You know, somehow different from little Timmy whose birthing/non-birthing humans encourage him to wear dresses. In reality, homeschoolers often become entrepreneurs and, as Hannah Frankman explains, that’s a good thing.