S4 E5: Founding Motherhood

main idea: spinoff of the “Founding Fatherhood” series. Discussion about women’s roles in the American Revolution As we were planning our episodes to celebrate Women’s History Month we wanted to devote one episode to our “Founding Mothers”. We hear a lot about the Founding Fathers, but we usually do not hear about the women whoContinue reading “S4 E5: Founding Motherhood”

S4 E1 Gender Inequality and the Pay Gap

Main idea: Women earn less than men, right? Who’s to blame and what should be done about it? During our time off Jessica made an appearance on “Mr. ‘Murica, The Bearded Truth” with Jason Lyon over on Muddied Waters Media to have a discussion about empowering women. It was a pretty lively conversation, touching onContinue reading “S4 E1 Gender Inequality and the Pay Gap”

S3E10: What Cooperation Actually Looks Like

main idea: Community requires participation. The founding principle of Libertarianism is… wait for it… Liberty. Freedom of choice, of association, and of all things. It is the idea that so long as you are not infringing on the rights of someone else you should be able to live your life, do with your body andContinue reading “S3E10: What Cooperation Actually Looks Like”

Episode 8: Cancel Culture & Voluntary Association (Part 1)

Main idea: The difference between Cancel Culture and Voluntary Association Who we are I’m Kasie, I’m in Columbia and my daughter is 12 I’m Jessica. I live in the Upstate of South Carolina, and I have two boys, 6th and 6rd grade.  The purpose and scope of the episode-  A timely discussion about how cancelContinue reading “Episode 8: Cancel Culture & Voluntary Association (Part 1)”

Episode 3: Crayons, Coloring Books, and Colorblind Parenting

Kasie, Jessica, Melissa, and Alex get a little sloshy and talk racism. #NoKarens Here are the show notes: Main Idea: Talking to kids about racism, and why it is important to do so The purpose and scope of the podcast What they can expect in each episode Who we are (Name, location, something about youContinue reading “Episode 3: Crayons, Coloring Books, and Colorblind Parenting”