Category Archives: Innovation

The Lack of EpiPen Competitors is the FDA’s Fault

“There’s a new bout of outrage over an expensive medicine or medical treatment. While the good in question changes each time, the blame always seems to fall on greedy corporation…” Source: The Lack of EpiPen Competitors is the FDA’s Fault






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There is “gold” in them hills

“A Twitter account of random facts has amassed millions of followers and big bucks for the 25-year old who runs it.” Source: This 25-year-old makes $500,000 a year tweeting random facts






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College is not for everyone

The comeback of the blue collar worker?  “In the next decade, as many as 25 million new job openings will be middle-skills positions that will not necessarily require a four-year degree.” Source: Giving Young People an Alternative to College






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The sharing economy booms for boomers

Free enterprise in action.  Entrepreneurship addresses people’s needs better than politicians and bureaucrats.  There’s an old business opportunity that’s getting a lot of attention from young companies. Thank baby boomers. Source: The sharing economy booms for boomers






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Simon Sinek: How great leaders inspire action | TED Talk | TED.com

This is one of the best talks about innovation and the diffusion of ideas I have ever heard, which could also be applied to the liberty movement.






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