Home Schooling: The ULTIMATE LIBERTY of LEARNING - 17 Year Old Speaks at National Conference





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Published on Jul 1, 2013

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Elijah Johnson vaulted onto the economic scene in 2012 after launching his channel on http://www.FinanceAndLiberty.com, earning this declaration from the Financial Survival Network: "17 Year Old is Smarter than Ben Bernanke!" As one of the youngest sound-money enthusiasts out there, with a concerned eye on the national debt, the US dollar, and gold and silver markets, Elijah is on a mission to warn and educate his generation about the risks of the current financial system, and what they can do to protect themselves for the rough road ahead.

Elijah's rapidly expanding outreach radiates from his website www.FinanceAndLiberty.com where he interviews financial authors, analysts and market makers on the state of the US and world economy from angles not covered on the mainstream news. In recognition of Elijah's unique message, the Liberty Mastermind Symposium invited him as a guest speaker for their national conference in Dallas TX. This video features Elijah's speech from this conference. In his speech, Elijah reveals the truth about how the current public schools often act as factories providing little more than an input/output, one size fits all style of learning and offers an alternative to this government indoctrination.

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Title and video graphics by Josiah Johnson Studios: http://JosiahJohnsonStudios.com
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