As a child, each day when she came home from school, Blakely’s father would ask her if she had experienced failure. If she said no, he would express disappointment. Complete lack of failure meant she wasn’t pushing herself to her limits.
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
Capitalism allows everyone to rise above the status they were born into and it is being felt around the entire globe.
What is known is that this country has a major spending problem, one that will continue to grow worse until the American people begin demanding government accountability. After all, none of these vital scientific studies would be possible without the taxpayers footing the bill.
The word entrepreneur is thrown around a lot in casual conversation. But do most of us really understand what it means?
Supporters of free speech and anyone else who believes that individuals are responsible for their making their own decisions should be extremely concerned about California’s new bill.
So next time you find yourself stepping on a stray Lego left on the floor, pause before getting angry, and think about the journey that little brick has gone through to get from Billund, Denmark to the floor of our American homes. By constantly striving for excellence, utilizing specialization, and becoming creative storytellers, Lego has proven itself relevant in the digital era.
On the other hand, where the government has failed to help those in need, the private sector has been revolutionizing the way we view charity. And when it comes to alleviating food insecurity, one woman has created an app that is using blockchain technology to connect those with excess food to those who need it most.
This says loads about where this country stands on market competition. Washington D.C. clearly does not care what the consumers want, or they would have realized that ridesharing is the clear victor in this situation. But instead of praising someone for offering a service that works and benefits DC residents, the ridesharing sector is once again being punished for doing a great job. And this should dismay everyone.
The right-to-work movement has cause for celebration, as last week’s landmark decision by the Supreme Court has ushered in a new era of freedom of association, signaling the end of an era of union intimidation. In a 5-4 decision, SCOTUS ruled in favor of the plaintiff, Mark Janus, in the case of Janus v. American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees.
Any system that allows the state to determine whose life is more valuable than others should be avoided at all costs. Jim Carrey would do well to think twice before praising a socialized medicine in the future.
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