Episode 24 finds the Liberty Hippie taking to the president of the Libertas Institution, and author of “Lessons from a Lemonade Stand,” “Passion-Driven Education,” and, of course, The Tuttle Twins series. We talked about how he ended up deciding that homeschooling was the correct decision for his children, and how he came to write the Tuttle Twins, and the importance of teaching children about liberty and sound economics. Pay attention for a future announcement when Connor’s new game to supplement the Tuttle Twin’s series comes out.
As this was a shorter episode, the Liberty Hippie would be remiss to not talk about some environmental issues, and he does so examining the International Joint Commission’s handling of flooding along the St. Lawrence river and Great Lakes area.
- Schumer Targets IJC Over Lake Ontario Flooding
- Is Plan 2014 Really the Culprit Behind Lake Ontario High Water Levels
- New Report Confirms 2017 Floods Caused by Extreme Weather
- Plan 2014
Music from the Show:
- Nick Piccone – You’s and I’s
- The Mighty Mighty Bosstones – Rascal King
- Shocking Blue – Acka Raga
- Elmer Gantry’s Velvet Opera – Ride a Hustler’s Dream
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