I change hearts, minds, and laws, while writing books, leading two organizations, speaking around the country, building websites, strategizing, advertising, and occasionally tweeting.
I'm president of Utah's free market think tank. Our effective strategy has yielded great results—we've reformed civil asset forfeiture, eliminated home-based business license fees statewide, repealed mandatory vehicle safety inspections, freed up the market for food trucks, deregulated homeschooling, and much, much more.
I'm also president of a nonprofit teaching K-8 students about free market economic ideas using Tuttle Twins books, activities, lesson plans, and videos. Our efforts are sorely needed—while many in the freedom movement reach out to college and high school students, we are targeting younger students whose minds are still open and receptive to truth.
I co-host a podcast along with Bryan Hyde that discusses entrepreneurship, innovation, philosophy, current events, politics, and more. We feature interesting guests who have compelling messages worth learning about, helping expose the public to insights and efforts that deserve greater awareness and support.
I'm the author of a unique series of children's books that teach kids age 5-10 the principles of freedom. Based on classic free market texts, our simplified stories easily introduce young readers to important ideas that they otherwise would not hear about—perhaps for many years, or perhaps ever!
I've also written six other books on law, religion, media, culture and education. These books are each unique in their own way, covering a topic that is rarely written about and strongly deserving of more attention and understanding.
My work catches the attention of local, national, and international media. Here's a sampling of some of the outlets that have caught wind of what I do.
"Connor has set a perfect example of getting involved and changing the world."
—Ron Paul, former Congressman
"I find Connor is pretty much always right."
—Tom Woods, bestselling author
“What Boyack and his organization have done… is really impressive.”
—Radley Balko, Washington Post columnist
"Connor is one of the brightest and most effective young liberty communicators I know.”
—Larry Reed, president of FEE
"Connor Boyack is one of the smartest guys I have ever met when it comes to liberty and understanding the philosophical issues of freedom and individual liberty."
—Ben Swann, investigative journalist