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Kanye West made news with his comments about slavery being a choice. While he may have misspoken, his haters goaded Tim into a rant about the FACTS about the issue. Tim delves into a myriad of facts about slavery that poke holes in the narrative that anything bad happening in the black community today have […]The post Ep 401 – Let’s Talk About Slavery appeared first on PREUSSPODCAST.COM.

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I am the CEO of Preuss Media LLC as well as a 20-something political commentator, blogger, talker, musician, bookworm, and weight lifter. Although lacking a formal college degree (something I boast about), my strange brain contains a wealth of knowledge of economics, political science, and philosophy.

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  • Freedom From Choice I see some familiar faces:

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  • Should education be a mandatory thing, or does the coercion of how it is in the U.S a violation of our rights? Even in the case of a voluntary city, should mandatory education be seen as such, or would it make sense for people to demand it for their city. The bigger picture I’d also like to discuss is: What is the best form of education, structured, unstructured, or encouraging? These are the terms I think of, and I’ll define them.   Structured: we have curriculum which dictates what is generally taught or only taught. Could be the system we have now(nationalized), or private schools/charter schools, or even homeschooled. Just specify which you prefer.   Unstructured: Kids are taught by parents or teachers, but they have no set curriculum and are guided by what they or the teacher decide to be interested in. Or there could be no formal education in this category, and kids learn only through happenstance or someone making the decision to educate them.   Encouraging: Kids have a curriculum they learn by when they start school, but then branch to specific categories to learn in these fields of their choosing. This system would avoid unnecessary education to the kit/teen, but you run the risk of them choosing something prematurely.   Or you could come up with a different system. I’m really curious what the Libertarian perspectives are in regards to this. Thanks

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  • I believe that many libertarians or liberty-loving individuals are in favor of school choice. But let us think differently here: what do you think some of the cons of school choice would be?   I got into a little discussion with someone on my Facebook page about school choice. He lives with two teachers in FL who hate it because it “just wouldn’t work,” and that’s their entire argument.   So first, how would you go about discussing school choice with teachers like that? Second, can you think of anything ‘bad’ in regards to school choice? Open discussion here. 🙂

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