Smart Girl Nation Episode 1

Posted on: February 22nd, 2013

Smart Girl Nation returns with the Co-Founders of Smart Girl Politics Stacy Mott and Teri Christoph. On this episode Stacy & Teri talk with Bethany Bowra of Smart Girl Politics about her project “Youth In Action”. Also the ladies talk with Harmon Kaslow on the release to DVD of Atlas Shrugged II and Thomas LaDuke of FTR Radio about the upcoming documentary Hugging Moore about filmmaker Michael Moore and why Andrew Breibart wanted to give Moore a hug.

Don’t forget to get your tickets early for Smart Girl Summit 2013 in Indianapolis

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  1. Dave Hollist says:

    Have you considered contract insurance? Ayn Rand presented this idea in her “Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal.” It is a plan to finance government without violating our Libertarian pledge to never force anyone to do anything, and is presented on my website at Thanks for your efforts to defend my freedom,

    1. How can a government operate without taxation?

    Before people unite to form something, such as a marriage or corporation, they usually create an image of what their relationship will be like. If this image differs greatly from what they experience, they usually separate.

    Problems may arise if any property was created during their union, such as a house or factory. Whatever caused their separation also may cause disagreements in dividing their united property. Ingeniously, many people solve this problem by writing a contract before they get together, stating how any property should be divided.

    Problems may still exist if people do not honor their contracts. To solve this, governments step in and divide any disputed property. If governments would charge for this valuable service, they could make the money to operate—without taxation.

    When people draw up a contract, they could purchase a contract insurance policy from their government. This would insure that all the partners would get what they deserve from their relationship. If someone did not follow the terms of the agreement, the government would have permission to distribute any common property according to the contract.

    Of course, no one would have to buy this insurance. People should be free to resolve any disagreements by talking with their partners. But if partners began taking from each other, this would be robbery, and the government should stop them. All uninsured partners would lose the use of their common property if they could not agree with each other.

    Today, most people buy fire and medical insurance to protect them against a major loss. Most people would buy contract insurance for the same reason. With all the contracts that are signed each day, our government could earn the money to maintain the best military, police, court and prison system in the world. This would protect all the people in our nation—without robbing us to do it.

    With this system, for the first time in history, people could live in peace. Our government would continue to defend each person’s home and business against criminals. The big improvement would be that the no-tax restriction added to our constitution would defend each person’s property against our government.

    With the elimination of robbery in our nation, we would find that we could satisfy all our other needs with much less effort. When people can keep what they earn, it does not take long for them to trade with each other and acquire what they need to live well. Peace and prosperity are possible for those who are willing to think about how to achieve them.