Welcome to Liberty Lessons Learned

I used to talk to my mother on my way home from work everyday and tell her what I learned that day. The topics would range from politics, to economics, to education, a real potpourri. I am sure she just liked the company of the conversation, more that hearing what I learned in my quest for knowledge. Once, she asked me, “Why don’t you become a teacher?”

That was 4 years ago, and I did not have an answer, since I like being the eternal student, in the quest for knowledge.  What she really meant was why am I the only one you are taking to about this stuff?

Now, I have an answer to my mom, two years after her passing.  I now have the platform to teach.  What kind of teacher am I going to be?  I will share with you the lessons in liberty that I have leaned over the past decade.  It is not a platform to give my opinion and meanings behind books, blogs, podcast, and articles, but to bring these vehicles to you. 

My close friend is a professor at a prestigious University.  Most classes he scheduled had guest speakers that were authors, head of government departments, and economist.  He explained to me why he designed his class that way; I paraphrase, “why should my students have to hear my opinion and interpretation of books and current events, when I can bring them the actual source?” 

 I will be that type of instructor, I will sit in this virtual classroom along with you and I will bring you the expert professors.

Goldmoney Wealth


Murray Rothbard's book The Anatomy of the State is a must have libertarian possesion.

Courtesy of the Mises Institute

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