Jon Hersey's Articles
Arts & Culture, History
The Man Who Electrified Music
Jon Hersey August 10, 2019
Though he never sought the spotlight nor learned to play guitar, Leo Fender’s creations, including the Telecaster, Precision Bass, and Stratocaster, opened the door for countless young players—and for a revolution in music.
Announcements, Ayn Rand & Objectivism, History, Politics & Rights
FEEcon 2019: Sprouting Optimism, Growing Liberty
Jon Hersey June 20, 2019
The intelligence, passion for ideas, and interest in moral foundations demonstrated by FEEcon speakers and attendees give lovers of liberty reason for optimism.
Good Living, Science & Technology
Deriving More Joy from One of Life’s Richest Sources
Jon Hersey June 5, 2019
Thanks to relationship scientists, we have more tools than ever to wring ever more joy from one of life’s richest sources: romantic love.
Philosophy, Politics & Rights
Liberating Public Lands
Jon Hersey May 21, 2019
Public lands are a drain on American citizens and a barrier to the production of life-serving values. If we want to stop wasting potential resources and, instead, use them to enrich our lives, we must privatize public lands.
Announcements, Education & Parenting
Craig and Sarah Biddle on Parenting, at TOS-Con 2019
Jon Hersey May 2, 2019
We want our children to live wonderful, happy lives. How can we help them to become independent thinkers and rational decision makers so they will?
Arts & Culture, Good Living
How Wine Appreciation Can Enrich Your Life: An Interview with Adam Edmonsond
Jon Hersey April 18, 2019
“Like other man-made products, wine is created to serve a specific set of purposes, and facts about the wine in relation to facts about man’s body determine whether the product can fulfill its purposes, and to what degree.” —Adam Edmonsond
Josh Umbehr on Direct Primary Care at TOS-Con 2019
Jon Hersey April 6, 2019
If you want to stop being fleeced for medical care and, instead, step into the future of medicine, don’t miss Dr. Umbehr’s illuminating discussion.
Announcements, Arts & Culture
For a Soul-Fueling Experience, Check out Quent Cordair Fine Art at TOS-Con
Quent Cordair Fine Art will have a gallery onsite at TOS-Con 2019, and co-owner Linda Cordair will give a breakout session talk titled, “Finding Joy and Inspiration in Visual Art.”
FEE’s Summer Seminars Provide Growth Opportunities for High-Schoolers
Here's an amazing opportunity for high-schoolers to deepen their knowledge of economics, cultivate leadership skills, and learn to think like entrepreneurs.