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Welcome to the future of education, to connecting with families and building local communities. Join our amazing guests and millions of like minded families from around the world as we embrace Creative Homeschooling, Self Directed Learning and Inspired Living. Children deserve the freedom to explore their passions and learn at their own pace, away from constant testing and unsafe, uninspiring school environments. Let’s take this journey together as we give children the best lives they can li ...
 
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What it would take to start your own school? May seem a massive undertaking! Imagine an inspiring space more like home, comfortable with children given respect Deciding the best choice for our children at any given time in life can be daunting. For new listeners perhaps Homeschooling is appealing to you but you are interested in more structure. May…
 
How to start a Homeschool co op, set up a Democratic Free School, learn with life, children deserved to be treated with respect as individuals, School is over! With many children suffering scary, painful and exhausting days at school, we must remember change is the only constant. When looking at the school system of today, we have to ask cui bono w…
 
Today we answer some common doubts that maybe affecting a family’s belief in starting to Homeschool, a fear of their child integrating into society? I heard this myself just last week as I continue to show my girls as much of the world as possible, I simply watch in awe at their innate curiosity to continue to ask endless questions of intrigue, to …
 
As we continue to move in the direction of liberty we learn valuable lessons when looking at the school system of today and why it has failed us so drastically. One such lesson is what our guest Dr Carlo Ricci covers in today’s Homeschool Clip and that is the important question of what qualities we should look for when thinking of tutors, mentors a…
 
As we all cry for change imagine a world worth creating! Think Worldschooling! Children live free, travel, share and inspire. Let’s ask what we want to create! The clip comes from Lainie Liberti of Project World School. Lainie opened my eyes to a world I had until that moment not really heard about, or understood in its full glory, Worldschooling. …
 
“Creativity is not something that can be taught, by definition it requires freedom.” Dr Peter Gray is a professor at Boston College and author of Free to Learn In today’s clip we dive into the waters of creativity with Dr Peter Gray, world renowned for his promotion of incorporating play in all aspects of a child’s learning. We see how creativity i…
 
“It’s not about doing well at school, it’s about engaging with life!” A quote taken from a wonderful talk we had with Pam from Joyfully Unschooling Podcast Today’s clip is taken from a wonderful talk we had with Pam Larrichia from the must listen Joyfully Unschooling Podcast. Pam lays out in vivid colour how she and her family started their homesch…
 
Hear of the late great John Holt´s timeless understanding of how children learn (and fail) through following their own innate curiosity and endless creativity While working with John, Pat was able to appreciate the stark contrast of giving children respect and autonomy to understand the world around as opposed to cramming and regurgitating soon to …
 
Discover the many benefits of Homeschooling, as legend Dr Ron Paul talks about his unique life as a Doctor, politician & provider of a Homeschool Curriculum Hello and welcome! Today it is our delight to bring to you the next in our next in the series of Homeschool Clips taken from our podcast Homeschooling and Liberty. If you are new to the show pl…
 
Homeschooling naturally creates peaceful, voluntary family relationships based in mutual considerations and consent. Trust comes from respect. Homeschooling shouldn’t be a chore! It should not resemble the outdated model of rewards and punishments. It should be a sharing of this journey called life! Homeschooling offers parents and children the cha…
 
I was interviewed on the "More than Ordinary" podcast by AnnMaria DeMars. AnnMaria is the CEO of 7 Generation Games, an educational software company. She's also a Judo champion and activist for Native American causes. She's the homeschooling mother of famous fighter and actress Ronda Rousey.We talk homeschooling, so there's a lot of repeat if you'v…
 
Here we go deep into public schooling and home education again, figuring out if school is or should be a form of poorness/poverty. We talk about the dead whore in the bathtub, how awful school really is, how parents don't spend time with their kids, how to talk home education, what types of people went to school, helicopter parenting, conditioning …
 
Is libertarianism a political failure? Why enthusiastically yes! Here we talk about little corners of libertarianism, ask about Rawls' veil of ignorance, the joyful libertarian discovery process, Ron Paul, Gary Johnson and libertarian politicians, your relationship with commerce, becoming an anarchist, libertarian guilt and what you are supposed to…
 
I explore the common attributes of American life that foreigners find weird, such as saying "how do you do", tipping, being fat or driving in cars. We spend a bit on whether Americans are unnatural or not, and discuss whether some crazy foreigners want to kill us.Di Jeff Till
 
Praxis CEO, public free thinker and BFF Isaac Morehouse joins me to expand on a Facebook post he wrote on "doublespeak" or "doublethink" where a policy idea is mistaken (or purposefully replaced) a more genuine objective or desire. Here we talk myths about school, the law, the military, welfare, and regulation. Enjoy!…
 
Today I explore the idea of whether government is cooperation or collaboration, whether anarchy is like the existence of bears or sharks based on an email and conversation from my friend Chris, local government, the nature of ants and bees, a book report on Edward O. Wilson's "The meaning of human existence", the nature of democracy, collaboration …
 
I discuss the third component that would suggest a country is fascist which is militarism (combined with corporatist economics and nationalism). Do we need our leaders to dress up in general's uniforms to be militaristic, or is it our ethics and investments that indicate militarism? Discussed is the history of the military and US wars, a look at th…
 
In this episode, I discuss how being constantly 'busy' is probably a bad thing and that most people don't properly balance their time with their consumption and life changes. I try to make the case that being "acceptably busy" is a conformist notion that has spread to every aspect of people's lives. I steal a clip of Tim Ferriss. I also bizarrely g…
 
In part two of "my struggle", I recount my past from post-college on, including my life in Boston, my jobs at companies like AT Kearny, PricewaterhouseCoopers, and others, the formation of my company, my TASM Lab music albums, my band the Hudson Debacle, my marriage, my kids and more. Along the way I explain what life lesson I learned through my va…
 
I discuss the basis of my worldview, including anarchism, peaceful parenting, atheism, unschooling, and personal freedom as context for previous and future podcasts. I also discuss my hobbies such as music and art, and give a much too long story about my childhood, teen and college years. Part one of two.…
 
Jeff discusses the upcoming technology singularity where tech gets so good that we can't tell what great new thing is coming next. VR! Driverless cars! Artificial intelligence! Nanotech! Life extension! He then explores why he's optimistic about technological unemployment, not so optimistic about the idea of a "basic Income guarantee" and a new ide…
 
Today we discuss how sacred the idea of "separation of church and state" is to our national dialogue. Yet, for many of us, there are more issues even MORE sacred than religion. How about healthcare? Or consumption? Or family itself? Are we hurting children by not separating them from the state and keeping them separate from the market? This is a qu…
 
Explorations of my recent Disney Dream ocean cruise, an analysis of different types of entertainment, the failure of the kids club, why people go on vacation to be uncomfortable, how Disney owns Star Wars in worse ways than you thought, the poor cruise ship workers and our Western fate, when I worked at Disney, and parental death as both plot devic…
 
We explore whether American nationalism is a feature of American fascism or just a good healthy dose of collectivism. Topics include Reagan, Bush and Obama, The Flag, the pledge of allegiance, fascism, nationalism in the media and music, kids patriotic school songs, history class, Toby Keith, "Made in America", the Superbowl and the might New Engla…
 
The F-Word in America or Separation of healthcare and market is humanity's suicide. An exploration of how American politics and economics is fascism with a detailed look at the healthcare industry in particular and why affordable healthcare is illegal.Di Jeff Till
 
20 minutes of new mini-cast following up on Star Wars, and Obligation, then talking about the coincidence of my good friend Isaac Moorehouse and I ending up living so close and being friends in South Carolina. Then, my hour long interview on the Isaac Morehouse showDi Jeff Till
 
In this podcast, Jeff Till recounts his own history with Star Wars, reflects on the unique emotional power of the Star Wars saga, explores different fan types, talks Star Wars tattoos, reviews the new "Episode 7: The Force Awakens", reads about the Disney acquisition and the expanded universe, George Lucas's philanthropy and possible estate plannin…
 
Our Funny Government or "Little Piles of Garbage"A look at different aspects of government that are strange or curious from a libertarian point of view. Podcast includes: - Little piles of garbage - Did you what Amazon did? - I've got an idea! - Government likes art and culture! - Strangers who live a thousand miles away - Partisan dog poop gourmet…
 
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