I have a captive audience that are interested in AE/Lib views. 3 people in a car for over 24 hours ( i will not be there to help explain in any way that I could). All of them are neo-cons and totally economically ignortant and not very well read. But they are interested in the current "crisis". I want to provide AE based information that is very basic but also a little more entertaining than many lectures on this site - otherwise they will turn it offf and crank up the metallica. Any advise?? also please remember that if you are reading this you are probably very intelligiant. The info I am looking for must be basic enough for the average person.
Thanks in advance
Be responsible, ease suffering; spay or neuter your pets.
We must get them to understand that government solutions are the problem!
You might try the series of lectures that were intended for high school students.
“Socialism is a fraud, a comedy, a phantom, a blackmail.” - Benito Mussolini"Toute nation a le gouvernemente qu'il mérite." - Joseph de Maistre
Tom Woods intro
Bob Murphy on the federal reserve
Dilorenzo on monpoly and competition
Block on the bailouts
Rothbard on unions
Long on anarchy
And Ben Powell on Somalia
I will check them out - thanks a bunch for the efforts
Murphy on Consumer Protection
Murphy on Education
Dilorenzo on Tariffs and the Civil War