Episode 91. Children and private property.

This is a central issue to Libertarianism, when something belongs to someone then that property has to be taken care off and if harmed then there is a victim. But if no one one owns something then there isn’t really a reason to take care of it or to have a victim if the property is harmed. If the oceans were owned by someone then they would be taken better are off. This also applies to parenting where I give my kids certain special toys that are theirs and they can make an automatic claim on if another kid is playing with them. This will teach them about the importance of taking care of their own stuff and respecting each others private property.

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The MISES Institutes does a phenomenal article on private property and how important it is. Private Property Is the Essence of Liberty – Ron Paul

Episode 90. Taking parenting advice from people you don’t respect.

One of the toughest things to do is to listen to people you don’t respect and it is even tougher when they give parenting advice. Here are some tips on how to deal with that.

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Episode 88. Pokemon GO faults

I have been playing Pokemon Go for a while and definitely enjoy. However there are some faults with the game, such as not being able to battle other players outside of the gym or being able to trade. In this podcast I address some of these faults.

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Some Pokemon Go Tips.

Where have all the Pokemon players gone?

Episode 87. Differences between boys and girls

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I have 2 sons and 2 daughters and I can tell you there are some very huge differences between them. There are also a lot of similarities between them. In this podcast I discuss my observations.

Links: What To Expect Magazine: 8 differences between boys and girls