The struggle against corrupt power will be a constant tug of war, but brave, tech-savvy individuals are ensuring that the scales of power remain balanced.
About Brittany Hunter
Brittany Hunter is an established writer who contributes to many top Libertarian and Austrian Economics publications. She studied political science with an emphasis in Constitutional studies at Utah Valley University and is currently working toward law school.
In addition to her work for Center for Individualism, Brittany is also an editor at Foundation for Economic Education and contributor for Mises Institute.
Entries by Brittany Hunter
We are not slaves to a capitalist system. Instead, as consumers we are the kings of capitalism, determining which products are made and how much we are willing to pay for them.
It’s not often that supporters of the free market find themselves agreeing with the newly elected Congresswoman and posterchild of Democratic socialism, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
Many economists make the mistake of looking at economics in terms of the collective, forgetting that the individual is the basis for which all things are possible. And that groups of people are, in reality, not a tangible unit of measurement.
Government schooling has been failing children for years. However, since it is funded through tax dollars, rather than being a product of the market, it is incredibly difficult to keep public schools, and public teachers, accountable. This is precisely why many parents have begun considering other options that are better suited to their children’s educational needs.
You don’t have to create a product or think up a revolutionary idea in order to be an entrepreneur. No matter what your profession might be there are always opportunities to practice entrepreneurship.
Entrepreneurship is contagious, and despite major cultural differences, the power that comes with earning money is understood by all.
The FDA’s vape regulations harm thousands of small and mid-size companies out of business, which ultimately benefits big tobacco.
The New York City Council just succeeded in dealing a huge blow to the entire ridesharing industry by restricting the number of Uber vehicles permitted within city limits.
Teenagers David Gatewood and Davon Harris had never planned on becoming coders and they certainly never planned on saving lives.
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