The Tuttle Twins Freedom Blog

What’s a Medal of Freedom Without… Freedom?

This week, Joe Biden handed out 17 Presidential Medal of Freedom awards to a variety of public figures, from social-justice-warrior-and-soccer player Megan Rapinoe to Senator John McCain. Not-so-shockingly, their accomplishments had little to do with… well… freedom. In fact, since its creation in 1963, this medal has only gone to handful of people who’ve done anything to advance freedom in their life. Much of that list is made of Civil Rights movement leaders like Martin Luther King, Jr., Rosa Parks, and several of their peers who died for the cause. Those worthy recipients, sadly, are far outnumbered by a long list of eye-roll-worthy establishment figures who’ve done nothing but further entrench our country in bureaucracy, war, and debt. Colin Powell, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, and notorious segregationist Strom Thurmond all rank on the list of political recipients… even Joe Biden himself inexplicably received the award from his boss, Barack

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Insult, Injury, and $40 Billion for Ukraine

In case you haven’t heard, America is sending $40 billion in foreign aid to none other than Ukraine. If you’re thinking, “wait, didn’t we just send them $13 billion earlier this year?” you would be correct… In case you haven’t noticed, our government kind of has a thing for spending money on other people’s wars. Over the last week, this aid package has been hailed as a bi-partisan triumph. And as with most bi-partisan bills from our government, this one does absolutely nothing to help the average family in America. Not that the average family is having a rough go or anything… It’s just that, compared to last year, monthly expenses are up over $400 on average per household. And every gallon of gas costs about a dollar more. And the FDA’s bureaucracy has caused a crisis-level formula shortage, leaving thousands of mothers unable to feed their babies. I could

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Economic Pessimism Hits a 50-Year Low… Are We Surprised?

Every year since 1972, the Wall Street Journal and the University of Chicago have teamed up on a nationwide poll, attempting to find out how Americans feel about the economy. On Monday, their findings for 2022 were released… And unsurprisingly, they weren’t great. In fact, they were pretty terrible: 83% of Americans polled said that the economy is “poor” or “not so good.” As it turns out, we’re more pessimistic now than at any other point in the past 50 years! And now for the real question: are you surprised at all to hear this? Yeah, me neither… We don’t need a newspaper and a university to tell us that our economy is shot. The simple truth is that everyday life is getting painfully expensive. To add insult to injury, our current rulers would like for us to believe that things are actually better than ever: or, at least, better

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The Sinister Plot Against Public Schools

If you’re a consumer of mainstream news, you’ve probably encountered reports of a sinister plot bubbling up among America’s scariest fringes… And it has the chance to change our country forever. Who are these people, you might ask? Despite what you’d think based on their media profile, they’re not terrorists, or a political party, or group of anonymous hackers, or foreign actors here to meddle in our elections. They’re… conservative, Christian parents! (Oh, the horror!) These radicals, according to recent reporting, are working to “hijack” the education system as we know it. By committing the unthinkable act of educating their own children, many of these parents  are brainwashing their children into believing bigoted and outdated concepts such as  “personal liberty,” “objective truth,” and “real history.” Very seldom do homeschooled children learn government-approved concepts such as Critical Race Theory and Common Core Math. I don’t mean to alarm anyone, but if this homeschooling stuff

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Thoughts From My Education Vacation in Europe

I’m on a flight back from Europe and have something to get off my chest. I went to Amsterdam, then Germany for a few days—right on the border with Switzerland. I spent a day in Zurich and am heading home. It was my first time in the area. I was invited by one of our donors who operates out of Switzerland, and was able to visit with many other freedom fighters around the world attending the same event. And before I left, I had a special opportunity to visit with our German team who translates and sells the books in that country. Zuzana and her son Raphael now operate what their husband/father previously did. Enno was my Germany partner for a few years, but he unexpectedly passed away just a few weeks ago. They are going to continue the work in his honor. Here’s me with a few of their

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What is Causing the Global Supply Chain Crisis

It’s the middle of a supply chain crisis, money printing is pushing prices up, and suddenly industrial accidents at food processing plants are making headlines. It makes you wonder… Are the elite keeping us from having rotten tomatoes so we can’t throw any at them? After two years of incentivizing people to stay home, what’s another supply shock to add to the mix, anyway? Somehow, the same OSHA that harassed hairstylists for serving their customers let slide boiler operating procedures at a critical point in the supply chain. I hope no others are sleeping on the job, like the folks at the FAA, since some planes have been crashing into food processing plants. We saw the same reaction from oil companies recently when President Biden reversed his stance on oil to combat rising prices. After learning their lessons from the fracking bust in the previous decade, they’ve decided to ignore

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