I’ve Got a Fever and the Only Prescription is More Tuttle Twins!

Do you remember that old Saturday Night Live skit? You know… the Christopher Walken and Will Ferrell one. The one where Walken says, “I’ve got a fevah. And the only prescription is more cowbell!” It’s a classic, and one of my all-time favorite SNL skits. If you’ve never seen it, stop right now and click […]

Young People and Socialism: Maybe There’s Still Hope!

I’m recently home from Jekyll Island with loads of great new ideas for future Tuttle Twins projects—we’ve got so much great content coming out this year and I can’t wait to start sharing it with everyone! Less cool are the loads of bug bites I came home with—I swear they’re multiplying! In spite of the […]

Greetings from Jekyll Island!

I’m writing this morning from one of the rooms in the infamous Jekyll Island Club Resort on Jekyll Island, Georgia! Our awesome illustrator, Elijah, summed up the feeling nicely when he remarked that this place feels like a mix of The Great Gatsby and an episode of Scooby Doo. He’s right… when the fog hangs […]

Current Affairs Magazine’s Attempted Tuttle Takedown…!

You guys, get a load of this: “The Tuttle Twins series is among the most wretchedly contrived, grotesquely unethically indoctrinating, cliché-ridden heaps of steaming garbage I’ve ever had the misfortune to read.” A few days ago I awoke to discover that the ultra-liberal magazine, Current Affairs had devoted a significant chunk of their print and online space […]

No, I’m Not Saying This is Like Nazi Germany—Just Listen

I shared some thoughts on Facebook this morning that I think are worthy of expanding on and sending out to you guys. Here’s what I wrote: Milton Mayer was a Jewish American journalist of German descent who interviewed a variety of Germans, with different backgrounds and circumstances, to better understand how Nazism became a mass […]

Why do People Freak Out Over Supreme Court Nominees?

By now I’m pretty sure everyone has heard about the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. I’ve seen a lot of people talking about how this is just another thing in the long line of awful and unexpected events that mark the now infamous “2020,” but I’ve gotta say—I really didn’t find the passing of an […]

Six Months to Flatten the Curve

Happy six month anniversary of “two weeks to flatten the curve!” Is it flat yet? Or do we just not talk about that anymore? The other day I had the chance to visit with some teenagers and the topic of lockdowns and mask mandates and curve flattening came up. A sixteen year old girl said, […]

Is it Time to Bring Kids Home?

Check this out! A parent took to Twitter to share an experience she recently had: My daughter turned around yesterday to grab her charger and her teacher immediately snapped and said she needed to be facing forward at all times. I said, “Go ahead, let the computer die!” in the background and the teacher quickly […]

Trump Hates the Troops and Sturgis Infected a Quarter-Million—or Not

Are you as sick of the “news” as I am? I don’t think it’s a stretch for me to say that most of us have become pretty skeptical towards journalists, and journalism in general. In fact, as I wrote that, I had to resist the urge to write the word journalism in quotes—that’s how snarky […]