Tuttle Twins Podcast

151. Who Is Richard Branson?

We love a good risk-taking, rugged, entrepreneur, and Richard Branson is exactly that. Today Connor and Brittany tell the story of Branson’s many entrepreneurial ventures and how he has revolutionized every industry he’s ever worked in. Links: How Richard Branson’s Adventure Capitalism Disrupted the Music and Airline Industries

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150. Why Are People Scared of Innovation?

People have been scared of technological innovation since machines first came around during the Industrial Revolution. But why this fear of tech? And are any of these fears reasonable? Links: The “Curse” of Labor-Saving Machinery Is Nothing New The Curse of Machinery- Henry Hazlitt  

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147. What Are the Silliest Laws in America?

We live in a country with way too many laws, many of them completely unnecessary. Today, our hosts go down a list of some of the most absurd laws across the country. ” Links: 50 Craziest State Laws From Around the United States Weirdest laws passed in every state Crime a Day Twitter

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145. What is the Third Amendment?

The Third Amendment is not the most popular amendment, in fact it is not often spoken about. However, its history and its reason for being included in the Bill of Rights is just as important as all the others. Links: Third Amendment Text Third Amendment History  Anti-Fed Papers  Federalist Papers  

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144. Who is Thomas Sowell?

Thomas Sowell is one of the most important living economist and philosopher. Today Brittany and Connor will discuss what makes him so relevant to our world today. Links: Thomas Sowell Documentary  Thomas Sowell Books

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143. Should Big Tech Be Regulated?

The internet used to be the “wild west” of the world where everyone was free to say and do as they please. Today, big tech (Google, and FB) have started censoring what can be said. This isn’t great, but what is the solution? Should government regulate big tech, or are there other ways? Links: The Social Dilemma  The Social Dilemma Is Dangerously Wrong… Part I The Social Dilemma is Dangerously Wrong… Part II

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142. Who Was William Wilberforce?

England abolished slavery before the United States, and one of the primary reasons for this was a man name William Wilberforce and his dedication to ending this horrible practice. Links: The Tuttle Twins Guide to Courageous Heroes Amazing Grace Film  

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