Tuttle Twins Podcast

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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141. What is the Leviathan Crisis?

Today Connor and Brittany introduce the latest Tuttle Twins book, “The Tuttle Twins and The Leviathan Crisis.” Books: Feardom: How Politicians Exploit Your Emotions and What You Can Do to Stop Them The Tuttle Twins and the Leviathan Crisis Crisis and Leviathan: Critical Episodes in the Growth of American Government

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140. What Is Nostalgia And Why Is It Important?

Ever notice how we miss things from our past, so much so that we go out of our way to play with old toys or watch old movies. Today Connor and Brittany dive into the reasons behind the powerful force called “nostalgia.” Links: Stranger Things, Miller Lite, and the Power of Nostalgia in the Marketplace  

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139. Who Were Rose and Laura Wilder?

This mother/daughter duo endured great hardships that made them stronger people. They also teamed up together to write one of the most popular children’s book in history. Links: The Tuttle Twins Guide to Courageous Heroes Little House on The Prairie  The Discovery of Freedom

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138. What is the Fourteenth Amendment?

The Bill of Rights are popular for being the first ten ratified. But there are other important amendments too. Today Brittany and Connor discuss the Fourteenth Amendment and how it holds the states accountable to the Constitution. Link: Tenth Amendment Center  Definition: Jurisdiction  Equality Before the Law  Cases: Loving v. Virginia

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137. What is the Fifth Amendment?

Today Brittany and Connor continue discussing the amendments in the Bill of Rights, this time discussing the very important Fifth Amendment. Links: Fifth Amendment Text “Little Pink House” Documentary  Definitions: Jury Nullification episode of “The Way The World Works.” Substantive due process  Procedural due process Eminent Domain  Cases: Lochner v. New York Cedar Point Nursery v. Hassid

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136. How Did McDonald’s Change The World?

When you think of McDonald’s you might think of the Big Mac or maybe a McFlurry, but there is more to this global fast food chain than meets the eye. Behind this businesses is a story of innovation and entrepreneurship that can be inspirational to each of us. Links: Training scene from “The Founder.”

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135. Can We Be Both Hero and Villain?

Building on previous episodes about the hero’s journey, today Connor and Brittany talk about how you can be both hero and villain. Links: Harry Potter: Hero’s Journey  Definitions: Reciprocity: When an action is done by one person and then the person on the receiving end does the same action back. Think of a boomerang. What you do comes back to you.

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