John Louzonis: Author of Kid Trillionaire and Host of Kids Get Rich Podcast

Please enjoy my recent conversation with John Louzonis, author of Kid Trillionaire and host of the Kids Get Rich Podcast. Herein we discussed his path to entrepreneurship, how he made his first $60 at 10 years old, the failure of government schooling, successful entrepreneurial kids are always homeschooled, John Taylor Gatto, his experience as a homeschooler, the genesis of his book, the value of having multiple streams of income, chess classes, people at Disney are masters at separating customers from their currency, delayed gratification, marshmallow experiment with kids, entrepreneurs are materialistic myth, maximize your time, the value of marketable skills, price mechanism, entrepreneurs assume all the risk, unjust hatred of the wealthy, the extreme danger of Communism and Socialism, currency vs money, Capitalism is about serving your fellow man,  entrepreneurs solve problems, job security myth, Capitalism is synonymous with civilization, specialization and the division of labor increases productivity and wealth, delegating responsibilities increases efficiency, outsourcing jobs lifts people out of poverty and more!

“I have not failed. I have found 10,000 ways that do not work.” Thomas Edison

“Fall down seven times and get up eight times.” Japanese proverb

“If you want to make a billion dollars you first have to help a billion people.”

“Try not to become a man of success, but rather try to become a man of value.” — Albert Einstein

“Rule number one: don’t lost money. Rule number two: see rule number one.” Warren Buffet


John Louzonis recommended reading list:

The Millionaire Fastlane by MJ DeMarco

Expert Secrets by Russell Brunson

anything written by Dan Kennedy


Related links:

Kids Get Rich website

John Louzonis chess club

Einstein Blueprint website

John Louzonis interviewed on The Morning Blend


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Chef Marcello: Business Owner, Critic of Minimum Wage and Regulations

Chef Marcello: Business Owner, Critic of Minimum Wage and Regulations

Kallen Diggs: Voluntaryist and Author of “Reaching The Finish Line”

Kallen Diggs: Voluntaryist and Author of “Reaching The Finish Line”

Deferral Of Gratification Defines Human Beings

Deferral Of Gratification Defines Human Beings


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John Taylor Gatto

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Hidden Secrets of Money

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Danilo on Jim Flannery live stream – Net Neutrality Debate

Please enjoy my recent appearance on the Jim Flannery live stream. Herein we discuss what is the State, law, regulation, taxation, can we control the State, regulatory capture, Net Neutrality will never work, the economics of Internet Service Providers, ISPs are providing a service like any other business, the inherent scarcity of bandwidth and data transmission and more!

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The Philosophy of Liberty: What Is Voluntaryism?

The Philosophy of Liberty: What Is Voluntaryism?

The Philosophy Of Liberty

The Philosophy of Liberty

Mega Corporations Are Vile Mutations of the Free Market

Mega Corporations Are Vile Mutations of the Free Market

The True Function and History of Regulations

The True Function and History of Regulations

Monopolies In A Stateless Society

Monopolies in a Stateless Society



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Tomasz Kaye: Voluntaryist and Creator of George Ought to Help

Please enjoy my recent conversation with Tomasz Kaye. Herein we discussed how he became a Voluntaryist, the State is the electrically charged barbed wire of our enclosure, creative and imaginative people don’t join “government”, rule by the stupid, I didn’t sign the NAP, people are evil so we need “government” made up of people, George Ought to Help, welfare State, freedom is the ability to be discriminatory, racism is a highly charged word, discriminating relationships, Edgar the Exploiter, Minimum Wage Economics, pieces of paper cannot violate economic law, incessant competition, The Indispensable Janitor Fallacy, decentralization is messy, human biology is Anarchy, peaceful parenting, You Can Always Leave, social contract, moral nihilism, contrarian approach and much more!


It’s amazing to me how many people think that voting to have the government give poor people money is compassion. Helping poor and suffering people is compassion. Voting for our government to use guns to give money to help poor and suffering people is immoral self-righteous bullying laziness. People need to be fed, medicated, educated, clothed, and sheltered, and if we’re compassionate we’ll help them, but you get no moral credit for forcing other people to do what you think is right. There is great joy in helping people, but no joy in doing it at gunpoint.

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Monopolies In A Stateless Society

Corporate Welfare line

One of the main arguments against a Stateless society is, “But how can you prevent monopolies from forming without government there to stop them?” The problems with this unjustified fear are manifold. First in our Statist society monopolies, in the sense that we all understand them, are only possible when they are artificially supported by taxpayer money and fiat currency and protected through regulatory capture, rent seeking, and legal immunity derived by protectionist laws. Second, in a free society, monopolies would never form due to diversity of wants, substitutions, and competition. For the same reasons cartels, or collusion between various companies for monopolistic purposes, are equally as unrealistic.


Modern monopolies as we know them began in the monarchies of Europe. Back then it was known as Mercantilism and it reached its zenith in the 17th and 18th centuries. This was just another name for what we know of today as Corporate Fascism, the merger of corporate and State power to the mutual benefit of both. According to Rothbard, Mercantilism was “a system of statism which employed economic fallacy to build up a structure of imperial state power, as well as special subsidy and monopolistic privilege to individuals or groups favored by the state.” It is amusing that when debating the impracticality of Anarchy, one will claim the formation of monopolies yet historically it is demonstrated that they have only come about through the blessing and protection of the State.

 Yes We Can posters

In a free society, coerced monopolies as we understand them would never form. It is important to distinguish between coerced and non-coerced monopolies. The former comes about through special interest status, lobbying/bribery, and protectionist laws. The latter comes about through the offering of a superior product at an affordable price that drives inefficient competitors out of business. This latter situation is a monopoly that is at once quite favorable to society and impels other entrepreneurs to innovate and create a better product to compete. Even if such awkwardly large non-coerced monopoly were to come about, their existence would be short-lived as their upkeep would become costly and inefficient. If, in their monopolistic state they decide to artificially raise prices on their customers a few things could happen; another small business could appear to undercut its prices thereby siphoning away its customer base, customers could substitute their product for another or simply rearrange their lifestyle to accommodate for the absence of said product.


Therefore we must conclude this Statist fear to not only be unwarranted but also abundantly reflective of the genuine lack of understanding of the nature of “government” and its relation to the mutant businesses that arise from Corporate Fascism. Thinking “government” can solve any problem is an open admission that such a person is willing to use violence to solve problems in his daily life. Only an insane sociopath would admit to such a notion.

 When Government becomes a Hammer

“The very term “public utility” … is an absurd one. Every good is useful “to the public,” and almost every good … may be considered “necessary.” Any designation of a few industries as “public utilities” is completely arbitrary and unjustified.” — Murray Rothbard, Power and Market


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