S2 E4: Lemonade Stands and Liberty Part 2: Taxes Kill Business

Main Idea: Taxes on the self employed discourage entrepreneurship and try to force us all into corporate control mechanisms; health insurance tied employment, retirement savings tied to employment encourage dependence on corporate entities instead of entrepreneurial ventures and creativity, Link to the podcast Last week, we talked about how licensing laws and ordinances impede entryContinue reading “S2 E4: Lemonade Stands and Liberty Part 2: Taxes Kill Business”

S2 E3: Lemonade Stands & Liberty

On January 30, 2021 @ 6:30 p.m. Livestream via Streamyard to YouTube, the Libertarian Moms took on all those grown-ups looking to regulate lemonade stands. Cuz, seriously? Topic: Kids getting policed for not having a business license Link to the podcast It started with a meme. As Libertarians, we know the best way for governmentContinue reading “S2 E3: Lemonade Stands & Liberty”

S2 E2: The Crisis Cycle

January 22, 2021 @ 6:30 p.m. Livestream via Streamyard to YouTube The Crisis cycle: what happened, who’s to blame, further investigations, how to talk to your kids — the media-infused Model for our ongoing outrage and disquiet. Legit, just Google “the crisis cycle” and you’ll get where we’re going with this. Many of us operateContinue reading “S2 E2: The Crisis Cycle”

S2 E1: “A” is for Accountability

Season 2 Episode 1 broadcast live at 6:30(ish) on Saturday, January 16th. Examination of last week’s insurrection in context with the BLM / Portland conversation where it was okay to destroy fed property then, why not now? Kasie’s hypocrisy on this and grappling with whether we need to “remove” the President for being a dick.Continue reading “S2 E1: “A” is for Accountability”

Episode 15: Eventually You Lose

Main idea: Losing with dignity is part of playing the game.  Who we are: Kasie, daughter Hollie is 12 and she watched an entire room of drunk adults lose their shit over the Clemson game Saturday night. Jessica, I’m in Greenville and have two sons Jackson (12) and Caldwell (8) Melissa, I’m in the LowcountryContinue reading “Episode 15: Eventually You Lose”

Episode 14: Monsters Under My Bed (and in my head) Part 1

Main idea: The importance of supporting one another through mental health challenges. Who we are: I’m Kasie, I’m in Columbia. I’m homeschooling my daughter (age 12). Alex, in the Low Country parenting a little man (18 months) earned 30% of the vote in a State House race. I’m Melissa in the Low Country, 3 kidsContinue reading “Episode 14: Monsters Under My Bed (and in my head) Part 1”

Episode 13: Immigrants. We get the job done.

Main idea: How Immigration helped free and build a nation Who we are: I’m Kasie, I’m in Columbia I’m homeschooling my daughter (age 12). I’m Jessica. I live in the Upstate of South Carolina, and I have two boys, 6th and 3rd grade. Both of my kids are completely obsessed with Hamilton (the musical) andContinue reading “Episode 13: Immigrants. We get the job done.”

Episode 12: Pants on Fire – Negative Political Ads

Main idea: Negative Political Ads and how we talk to our children Who we are: I’m Kasie, I’m in Columbia- I’m homeschooling my daughter (age 12). I’m Jessica. I live in the Upstate of South Carolina, and I have two boys, 6th and 3rd grade. Both of my kids are completely obsessed with Hamilton (theContinue reading “Episode 12: Pants on Fire – Negative Political Ads”

Episode 11: Spitballs and Personal Responsibility

Main idea: Knowing when and HOW to accept responsibility and apologize Who we are: I’m Kasie, I’m in Columbia- daughter (age 12) I’m Jessica. I live in the Upstate of South Carolina, and I have two boys, 6th and 3rd grade.  I’m Melissa in the lowcountry, 3 kids in elementary school The purpose and scopeContinue reading “Episode 11: Spitballs and Personal Responsibility”

Episode 10: Tattletales

Main idea: How has tattletaling has become the way we deal with other adults? Who we are: I’m Kasie, I’m in Columbia and I’m happily homeschooling my daughter (age 12) I’m Jessica. I live in the Upstate of South Carolina, and I have two boys, 6th and 6rd grade.  I’m Melissa in the lowcountry, 3Continue reading “Episode 10: Tattletales”