The Tuttle Twins Freedom Blog

The Great Reset is a Great Big Problem

Happy Wednesday! First off, I want to send out a huge “thank you” to everyone who made our big sale last week so successful. It’s one of the best responses we’ve ever had to a sale, and I know we owe a great deal of its success to all of our awesome readers and social media followers who shared our emails and posts. I’ve said it before, and I’ll continue to say it: We have one of the best “fan bases” out there and I know how lucky we are. You guys are awesome! I also happen to think that our readers are some of the smartest folks around, which is why I’m pretty sure that I’m not alone in a lot of the realizations that I’m coming to. About a month ago, I wrote about the IMF and World Economic Forum and their creepy Great Reset. Back then, not

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Good News Roundup

Happy Friday! I was going to write about this crazy photo showing how kids in a local music class are now supposed to play their instruments through their masks, but I decided not to. I mean, do any of us really need to see another example of the insanity that is everywhere right now? A two minute scroll through any social media will show you more crazy than you’d normally encounter in five years’ time, so what’s the point—really—in me sending an email talking about it? I was talking to a friend earlier who said, “Look, the whole world is on fire. We all know it (at least those of us who are paying attention) so what’s the point in talking about it all the time? People are desperate for good news.” And it’s true. So without further ado, here’s some good news. A radio host turned entrepreneur in Nigeria

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Beginning of the End of Compulsory Education

Happy Thursday! I was talking to a teacher friend the other day, and she remarked that she feels like her head is spinning with how quickly her world has changed in the last several months. She said that not only have COVID-inspired regulations affected every aspect of her career, but she’s seeing her fellow teachers act in a way that has left her confused and questioning her association with them. She also noted that she’s feeling a shift in the way parents, and the general public, see teachers. She said she once felt like she belonged to a group that was generally favored in communities across the country—people loved teachers! But in the last few months she’s seen an uptick in social media posting—even by friends and family—about how entitled and awful teachers are. “Parents seem to be turning against teachers en masse,” she said, and although she felt sad

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Homeschool Curriculum Help!

Happy Friday! I’m looking forward to checking out soon and heading home to spend some time with the family this weekend—not gonna lie, I’ve been hitting the popsicle stash hard this week. I’ll probably have to go restock tonight. Oops. But, before I shut things down for the day, I wanted to talk a little about some emails I’m getting and some comments and messages I’m seeing on our social media. It looks like a ton of people are going to be homeschooling this year. I read an article the other day that put the number of families considering homeschool at a whopping 82%! Crazy. And inspiring! (Though when push comes to shove, I’m sure the number will be much, much lower. But still, the favorable attitude toward homeschooling has definitely surged.) There seems to be a pretty wide range of what that’s going to look like—some people are doing

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Why Globalists Love to Lie About American Prosperity

A few days ago, I went to the grocery store with the express purpose of buying some junk food. We don’t usually keep junk food in the house (my wife is a bit of a health nut), but the kids have been having friends over a lot this summer, and I think I got caught up in a wave of nostalgia—remembering what it was like to hang with friends, and how I always loved the houses that had tasty snacks that we got to eat our fill of. Of course, those were the days before parents knew that sugar is literally like crack to a kid’s developing body and brain. Ah, the eighties and early nineties—when kids, including yours truly, subsisted on sugary, over-processed foods and neon-colored drinks. I think we turned out okay for the most part, but we’ve definitely been more careful in choosing what our kids consume

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Party Politics isn’t Our Game

Happy Wednesday! Something I can appreciate as a side effect of all the shutdowns and delayed/cancelled school openings is the surge in families who are choosing to homeschool, or finding an education alternative for their kids. Microschools, school pods, unschool—you name it, people who have always sent their kids to government schools are having their minds blown wide open to all the awesome “alt-ed” options out there. I certainly didn’t have that on my radar for things that would happen in 2020. Another thing I wasn’t prepared for (but am thrilled with) is the surge in popularity of our Tuttle Twins books. These last few months have brought record sales, with no sign of things slowing down anytime soon. We’ve hired a ton of new staff just so that we can pack all the books people are ordering! With this surge in new customers, we’ve also had a ton of

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