The Tuttle Twins Podcast

419. Why Is It Important to Say “I Don’t Know?”

People seem to have a lot of opinions about lots of things, but it’s okay to not have an view on something you don’t know much about. Sometimes the most powerful stance you can take on something is to say “I don’t know,” and then go do your own research before form an opinion.  

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411. Who Is Peter Gray?

Today, Connor and Brittany talk about Peter Gray, the author of “Free to Play,” a book that talks about the importance of letting kids learn through play.  

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410. When Is Free Speech Not Protected?

Free speech is supposed to protect all of us from being punished for expressing ourselves. But according to the courts, there are some forms of speech not protected by the First Amendment. But are these courts right?  

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409. Why Does Poverty Exist?

There are lots of economists and politicians who think they understand the root cause of poverty, and most will blame it on the wealthy. But poverty is actually the natural state of man kind.  

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