The State Can’t Win Against Strong Families

I’ve been thinking a lot about family lately—how it seems more and more that the family is under attack in media, in politics, in schools, and within the legal system. Nearly everywhere you look you can find examples of anti-family messaging. I, of course, don’t believe this is an accident. The late philosopher and theologian […]

Davos 2024: A Leviathan in the Alps

Imagine, if you will, a gathering of nearly 3,000 elites in the frosty, Swiss Alps—politicians, bureaucrats, business moguls, and the like, sipping on hot cocoa and discussing how to steer the future of the world. Yep, it’s that time again—the annual soiree of the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland. It sounds like the […]

Why Toyota’s Alt-EV Course Makes Us All Better Off

Have you heard about the latest leap in automotive innovation from Toyota? Far from a breakthrough or new offering in the EV world, Toyota is charting an entirely new path. And while I love my Tesla, I’m all about innovation and outside-the-box initiatives. Toyota is flipping the script on emission reduction with the invention of […]

Oregon’s New Graduation Standards: A Red Flag For All

Oregon’s Declining Literacy and Math Standards Have you been following this story out of Oregon? In a state where reading proficiency for graduating seniors is far below 50%, and math skills rank even lower, the social activists masquerading as education professionals have decided that the answer is to simply remove any graduation requirement for reading, […]

Confirmed! The Post-Pandemic Education Revolution

The educational landscape of the United States is witnessing a transformative wave, one that has carried the concept of homeschooling from the peripheral fringes right into the mainstream. This change, meticulously chronicled in a recent Washington Post article, it turns out, is not merely a reaction to the pandemic’s education disruption but rather a deep-rooted […]

Humor and Hayek

Parents and educators know how challenging it is to break down intricate economic ideas for kids. Heck, that’s why I wrote the first Tuttle Twins book to begin with. I couldn’t find any resources to help teach my kids these important concepts in a way that wouldn’t make them fall asleep. Our books cover important works […]

When did normal become bigoted?

Kinda funny being called hateful/bigoted/phobic/etc for expressing opinions that were emphatically mainstream just five years ago. And by funny, of course I mean it’s asinine. There was a time not too long ago when common sense ideas and opinions were pretty much the norm. Now, anyone who dares to express a perspective or a belief […]

The only proper way to celebrate Karl Marx’s birthday

Happy birthday to Karl Marx, the father of communism and hero to totalitarians and villains the world over! Let’s take a look at Karl’s legacy: Marx believed in a socialist society where the state owned the means of production, and everything was distributed equally among the people. Not surprisingly, regimes that follow Marxist ideology have […]

In Their Perfect World, Parents Don’t Exist…

John Taylor Gatto, a renowned educator and author, once said, “The family is the main engine of education. If we use schooling to break children away from parents… we’re going to continue to have the horror show we have right now.” Horror show, indeed. Mr. Gatto passed away a couple of years ago, but his […]

This is Why We’ll Win

Today is Good Friday—a holy day for Christians. As I was getting ready this morning, I found myself reflecting on some of tenets of my faith, and how similar they are to the beliefs of many who hold different religious views than me. In The Tuttle Twins and the Golden Rule, Ethan and Emily learn […]