Free Markets, Free People
That’s sort of the gist of my latest Examiner column. I point out that education isn’t a one-size-fits-all proposition and experimentation is a good thing.
Working off the budget post here, a commentary in my latest Examiner column about the impact of the Obama budget and how we’re eventually all going to have to pay for the profligacy inherent in his plan. I think you can pretty well imagine my answer to the question above.
Jason Pye and I have – unbeknownst to the other, which we each found hilarious – applied for and become “Examiners” for the Atlanta Examiner. What that essentially means is we write for an online publication (Examiner.com) and actually get paid to do so.
However, and this is the part I actually love – it really brings the libertarian out in me – we get paid for the number of page views we generate. So our pay is based on how many eyes we bring to the articles we write.
As you might imagine, they’re more locally focused and pertain to topics we may or may not cover here at QandO. However, being the “Atlanta Libertarian Examiner” and Jason being the “Georgia Libertarian Examiner” we pretty much have the freedom to write about what we want to. What I’m trying to do, as is Jason, is keep it pertinent to the location but still spread the libertarian message.
Your support is requested. If you will take a short moment and click in. Check out the articles. Jason and I will be embedding links in various posts as we put new articles up on Examiner.com. Your feedback and comments are solicited and welcome. But remember, clicking in helps pay the writer and I can promise you both writers would very much appreciate those clicks.
Thanks for your indulgence and support. Both are appreciated. Thus ends the commercial.