463. What Were Victory Gardens & is The People’s Garden Initiative the Same Thing?

Many people have kept backyard gardens over the years both for hobby and to provide their own food supplies. During the World Wars, people were even encouraged to grow Victory Gardens by the government to lessen their reliance on the general food supply. But should the government be involved in monitoring backyard gardens? What is the People’s Garden Initiative & it is similar to wartime Victory Gardens?  

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461. How Have Books Changed the World?

Imagine a world without books. Sounds terrible, doesn’t it? Before the printing press was invented, people did not have access to books, which means they didn’t have access to knowledge or even stories.  

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459. Should We Be Censoring Old Books?

Should publishers censor classic books written long ago to protect people from getting their feelings hurt? Some people think so. Here’s a transcript of our conversation: Brittany: Hi, Ronni. Ronni: Hey, Brittany. Brittany: So, I’m going to say his name wrong. Roald Doll. Do you know who this is? Ronni: I know who this is, but I don’t know if that is the correct pronunciation, but I’m going to go with it. It sounds right. Brittany: Which is funny because until today I thought it was Ronald. I’ve been calling him Ronald Doll for my entire life, so he’s a

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458. Can Acts of Charity Sometimes Be Selfish?

Famous YouTuber MrBeast paid for 1,000 blind people to have surgery to help them see. Instead of appreciating his good deed, some people on the internet said that his act of kindness was selfish. Here’s a transcript of our conversation: Brittany: Hi, Ronni. Ronni: Hey, Brittany. Brittany: I think we can all agree that doing nice things for other people is a good thing, right? Yeah, right. Acts of service have a huge impact on the world, and they can have a ripple effect. Ripple means if you’ve ever thrown a rock in water, you’ll notice it has those rings

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457. Why Is It Important To Not Sweat The Small Stuff?

Life is filled with obsticals big and small. Today, Ronni and Brittany talk about the importance of not letting small things get you down. Here’s a transcript of our conversation: Brittany: Hi, Ronni. Ronni: Hey, Brittany. Brittany: So, life is a wild ride, right? Ronni: Oh, that’s for sure. Brittany: I think you can agree on that, and it’s going to be full of ups and downs, and no matter how good life is, it can change in an instant, but that also means that bad times can change in an instant and go back to good. So, it’s just,

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454. Who Was Nicholas II?

Today, Brittany and Connor talk about another famous villain, Nicholas the II and how his lust for power and control over his people earned him such an infamous reputation.  

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