Two Young Boys Have Their Lemonade Stand Shut Down By Police Because They Didn’t Have “A Permit”

Did you have a lemonade stand when you were young?  It is one of the iconic things that once made America so great.  Young people would learn how to be entrepreneurs by selling lemonade or some other basic food or drink items, and our country was much better for it.

But now the control freaks are shutting these young entrepreneurs down all over the nation.  Here is the latest example

Denver police shut down a lemonade stand put on by a group of brothers over a permitting issue.

When Jennifer Knowles helped her sons set up their first lemonade stand over the weekend, she thought it would be a lesson in entrepreneurship and charity.

“The boys went online and they decided they wanted to help a child in another country less fortunate, and we found a place in Colorado Springs called Charity International, and they picked a five-year-old boy in Indonesia,” she said.

If we ever want to restore liberty and freedom in this country, this would be a good place to start…