285. What Is Cause And Effect?

Nothing we do comes without a consequence. Understanding this is one of the keys to understanding the way the world works. Here’s a transcript of our conversation: Brittany: Hi, Emma. Emma: Hi, Brittany. Brittany: So, I think one of the biggest problems I see in our world today, and of course, we talk about the way the world works. So this is important, is that too many people, they don’t understand what cause and effect is. And I especially worry that we’re not teaching kids this anymore. So just a brief, you know, explanation cause and effect is this principle that when you do

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283. Should We Be Scared of Covid Variants?

We are two years into the pandemic and there seems to be a new variant every few months. Should we be scared of these new variants? And what can we do if the government tries to use these new strains to lock us down again? Here’s a transcript of our conversation: Emma: Hi, Brittany. Brittany: Hi, Emma. Emma: Today I wanna talk about something that has been all over the news lately, drumming up a lot of fear, and a lot of people are worried and freaked out about it. So I thought it’d be a good thing for us to talk about

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281. What is Globalism?

Our economy works best when we trade with other nations. But some people fear that working with other countries will result in dangerous “globalism.” Here’s a transcript of our conversation: Brittany: Hi, Emma. Emma: Hi, Brittany. Brittany: So today we have another ism for you. We love our isms, or sometimes we don’t love our isms. It depends on what the ism is. Today we’re gonna talk about globalism, which I think is going to be a very interesting conversation because even before we started recording this, Emma and I were like, you know, we’re a little confused. Cause on the one hand

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280. Why Is Exercise Such A Big Deal?

Understanding how the world works means understanding how to create a healthy, prosperous, and successful life. A large part of that is making sure we build good habits, like exercise. Here’s a transcript of our conversation: Emma: Hi, Brittany. Brittany: Hi, Emma. Emma: So today I thought it’d be fun to do a little bit of a different episode, a little bit of a different topic than we typically do. I wanted to talk about why exercise is important and what that has to do with our economy, our country, our personal lives, and personal responsibility. I think it ties in a lot with

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279. What Have We Learned This Year?

2021 has been a crazy year. As we enter 2022, Brittany and Emma talk about some lessons we have learned about the way the world works in 2021. Here’s a transcript of our conversation: Brittany: Hi, Emma. Emma: Hi, Brittany. Brittany: So by the time, our listeners tune into this, we will be done with 2021, or as I like to say, the second year of 2020, it feels like never-ending. but we made it. And so Connor, I did this last year and I thought it would be fun to do this year too, is just kind of talk about what did

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278. What Is Maoism?

Today, Connor and Brittany dive into another scary “isms” and discuss how it’s impacting American politics. Here’s a transcript of our conversation: Brittany: Hi, Connor. Connor: Hey, Brittany. Brittany: So today we are gonna continue with our seemingly never-ending discussion on isms. I feel like every time I think like we’ve covered all the isms, I’m like, no, we haven’t. We’ve got, there’s a lot, a million more isms. There’s a lot of isms. So we’ve done many of these. It’s honestly hard to keep track. But, the one thing I like to mention is as we dive into our newest ism, just

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277. Are You A Domestic Terrorist?

Imagine your own country labeling you a domestic terrorist because you didn’t think the way they wanted you to. Unfortunately, that’s already happening! Here’s a transcript of our conversation: Connor: Hey, Brittany. Brittany: Hi, Connor. Connor: So I have a provocative question for you. Brittany: Oh, okay. Connor: Are you a terrorist? Brittany: What like, someone who uses violence against people and it scares them to push their political views? No, not that I am aware of. I’m like, I don’t think for a second. No, we’ve talked about the non-aggression principle before and I’m a huge believer in that. So unprovoked attacks aren’t really my

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276. What Does It Mean To “Follow The Science?”

The government loves to tell us that it is our duty to “follow the science” when it comes to things like covid. But when the government is in charge of the meaning of “science” they form a monopoly over information. Here’s a transcript of our conversation: Connor: Hey, Brittany. Brittany: Hi, Connor. Connor: We’ve heard a phrase a lot over the last two years, and that’s that we need to quote unquote follow the science. And obviously this phrase has become popularized because of COVID, but it’s resulted, I think, in a lot of problems. So for starters, you know, science has become

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275. What’s The Problem with China?

China is one of the most dangerous communists dictatorships in the world. But why should Americans be concerned about what’s happening in a country so far away from ours? Here’s a transcript of our conversation: Brittany: Hi, Connor. Connor: Hey, Brittany. Brittany: So, China is a country talked a lot about these days. I almost, I feel like I said it like Trump, but I didn’t mean to say it like Trump remember China say, how did he say it? China but it’s not just because of COVID, right? During COVID, we heard a lot about ’em, but there are a lot of concerns,

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