Looking to understand statistics and how they can be used to lie? Thomas Sowell breaks down the stats and shows you how to understand the story they really tell. Check out my review, and hopefully the book too-->
It's been great collaborating with Stephen and Bryan at @TheVMPod. Here's a great post, originally from their site (linked in comment below) for you to learn more about Courage and its modern portrayals. Read more --> The True Image of Courage
We have a lot of talk today that "It's worth saving one life, even if we ruin the economy." People who say this overlook the fact that the economy is a collection of individuals and the decisions they make when interacting. All of these people overlook what a bad economy means for real people. "I... Continue Reading →
Virtue, it is said, lies in the Mean. This post will help you know how to find the straight and narrow path of virtue by giving you the tools to properly assessing your situation.
As we're stuck at home on lockdown, I thought it might be good to talk about a man who lived alone because he "wished to live deliberately." Now, we have to confront some essential facts about our liberties and our government with Thoreau's Walden
The government measures taken to combat the spread of the virus have quickly devolved into draconian oversteps. In practice, we've seen abuses of freedom and individuals across the country. Now ask yourself if you'd rather: Die Free Or Live As A Slave?
Trying something new on the podcast to break up the monotony and give you entertainment options besides Tiger King. I'm restarting my Book Reviews and kicking it off with the book that sparked the Conversation of Our Generation: The First Philosophers
Spring is my favorite time of year. And today, I'd like to talk about something uplifting: the promise of spring. As winter fades, I'd like to look at some of the good things to come.
While people may celebrate their $1,200 check or complain about the pending bailouts, I think it's important to get to the basics of money and why government spending is an issue.
C.R.E.A.M. Coronavirus Rules Everything Around Me With the American people on lockdown, it seems like the Wuhan Flu rules our minds. But is there an end in sight? Are there other options? We’ll look at all the options and their trade offs.
In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, is like to take a look at what the Irish have done in America, beyond just building the railroad. Also, well look at a bit you can do to prepare (and stay prepared) for the Wu Flu.
We've talked about how to get started in the working world and begin saving. Now, it's time to talk about what you do to kick off your adult life responsibly and frugally. Tune in for the final piece of this puzzle.
Want to start your adult life on the right path? This episode will focus on some alternative ways to increase your earning without college and how to start building wealth.
After high school comes a fork in the road. Today we will cover one of those which is the college route. "Financial freedom is available to those who learn about it and work for it."- Robert Kiyosaki Recap Many of the principles that we talked about last week don’t change, but the way that they... Continue Reading →
I find that one of the most important things that we can do in our life to increase liberty is to be financially free. That doesn’t mean you have to make $1 million a year. And, in fact, I want to start off by talking about how to be financially free while in high school.... Continue Reading →