Fridays With Isaac: Ideas We’re Currently Struggling With, The Morality of Sweatshops, Criticisms of Libertarian Culture, How 12 Year Olds Can Make Money, & Why You Should Stop Trying to “Network”

Today is another FwTK/Ask Isaac combo where we take questions submitted via the website and live questions from Facebook.

Covered in the episode: I explain why, “I’m angry at everybody”, we answer a few tough questions about choosing alternatives to college and dealing with skeptical parents, as well as how to build a network outside of school.  I also discuss why I’ll never acknowledge the fact that Isaac Morehouse defeated me in a game of 1-on-1 basketball several years ago. Plus an assortment of other great questions, including:

  • What ideas are we wrestling with?
  • What can a 12 year old do to earn money?
  • Should sweatshops be banned?
  • One-on-one basketball matchup predictions?
  • Should people who love liberty be more vocal about racial issues?
  • What podcasts do we listen to?
  • The WNBA?

Thanks to Vake, Tim, Morgan, Cameron (and Derek), Edward, Billy, Walter, Danny, Simon, and Don for questions.

Recommendations: The Most Dangerous Superstition, by Larken Rose, The State is Out of Date, by Gregory Sams, the brand spanking new discoverpraxis.com and the video there!