Over the past several years, there has been a crackdown on child entrepreneurs. But one state took huge steps to protect the neighborhood lemonade stand.
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
You can’t plan for an economy comprised of individual beings. Since each has different goals and desires, one-size-fits-all policies are impossible.
Heather Kokesch Del Castillo was unsatisfied with her career. Instead of resolving herself to a life of unfulfillment, she took a risk and made the bold decision to live the life of an entrepreneur. In 2014, she started “Constitutional Nutrition” in California. As a nutritional coach, she provided her clients with one-on-one dietary counseling. She […]
As Hayek has pointed out, state planning always serves to inhibit true competition. This is as true now as it was in the mid-1940s.
Regulatory practices should be fought at every step. After all, if you give the government an inch, they will take a mile.
Frederic Bastiat’s brilliant satirical essay, “Candlestick Makers’ Petition,” uses hyperbole to highlight the absurdity of claims espoused by unions today.
Progress does not come without an initial shakeup of traditional norms as the market adjusts to new technology, but this change should be embraced.
To reduce each individual decision down to a person’s gender is not only insulting, it also completely neglects the importance of human action.
If we cannot financially maintain our current system, it would be an unwise to believe we could somehow afford a universal basic income.
Market failure should never be viewed as a sign to give up and throw in the towel. Instead, it should be welcomed and celebrated as part of the market process.
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