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Summer is heeeeeeere! Oh wait, you're an adult and have kids. Now you have to figure out what to do with them before you are driven to the edge of madness. What a drag!
Don't panic. We've got some great summer activity ideas for you and - Whoa, you have a libertarian kid? That's even worse!
Try these libertarian themed summer activities:
1) Go to the beach: If you bring a shovel and a metal detector you can mine for bitcoin. Is that how it works? We're still not sure.
2) Start a podcast: Oh, your libertarian child already has a podcast, doesn't he? Never mind.
3) Grow a garden: Yes, for Christmas trees. Definitely nothing else.
4) Set up a lemonade stand: Make sure it doesn't take fiat currency. Precious metals are acceptable.
5) Go to the Grand Canyon: Tell everyone their view is subsidized by taxes on working-class Americans.
6) Buy a 3D Printer: For lightsaber replicas, figurines, and ghost guns.
7) Tour Europe: Just be careful not to form any foreign alliances.
8) Light summer reading: Sowell, Hayek, and Tuttle Twins will get you started.
9) Repair the road you paved yourself: Try to avoid using public roads when you go buy the material.
10) Panning for gold: Then you can take all the gold you find and invest it in gold!
11) Storm the Federal Reserve: Just use the plan from Die Hard With a Vengeance. It worked almost perfectly!
12) Tell people to get off your land: A wholesome way to bond with your child.
NOT SATIRE: You know what we'd really like to do this summer?
Fill a public school library with Tuttle Twins books, so when a LibsOfTikTok teacher shows up ready to indoctrinate her students, she "unfortunately" finds a library full of books that teach kids about the ideas of liberty, free speech, free markets, individual responsibility, and American history.
Will you help us send Tuttle Twins books to a public school? It costs roughly $10 to distribute one book to a school. Can you help?
Author, Tuttle Twins
Judges at a school spelling bee are stumped and infuriated when a child dares to ask them for a definition of the word “woman.”