The Tuttle Twins Podcast

133. Do Men Really Earn More Money Than Women?

There is a common belief that men earn more than women. But is this really true, or is there more to this story than mainstream economists and politicians would have you believe? Links: What the Wage Equality Crusaders Don’t Understand Teach Your Students About the Free Market

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132. What Is Tenth Amendment?

From both the federal and state governments, the gig economy is under attack. But what is the gig economy and why is it so important? Links:  Tenth Amendment Center  Tenth Amendment Text

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130. Could You Be An Accidental Criminal?

When someone breaks the rules, or the law, they should understand the rule or law they are breaking, right? Well in some cases people have been given criminal convictions for breaking laws that they didn’t even know they were breaking. Links: Lessons from a Lemonade Stand: An Unconventional Guide to Government Morally Innocent, Legally Guilty: The Case for Mens Rea Reform   Definitions:  Mens rae: The legal theory that states that a suspected criminal is only guilty if they knew they were committing a crime.  Malum in se: The belief that something is wrong or evil not because of the

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128. Who was Harriet Tubman?

One of the most courageous heroes in American history is Harriet Tubman, who used the Underground Railroad to bring free over 300 slaves. Today, Connor and Brittany share her story. Links:  Tuttle Twins Guide Courageous Heroes

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127. Should COVID Vaccines Be Mandatory?

With COVID Vaccines now being distributed, many government officials are talking about “vaccination passports,” paperwork that would restrict a lot of our daily activities UNLESS we can prove we have been vaccinated? Should vaccines be mandatory, and is that even constitutional? Links: Jacobson v. Massachusetts, 197 U.S. 11 (1905) HB 308: No Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccinations

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126. How Does Entrepreneurship Turns Former Criminals Into Innovators?

People make mistakes. Sometimes those mistakes are more severe than others and because of all the laws in our country, some result in nonviolent offenders spending years in jail and struggle to find jobs when they reenter society. But entrepreneurship is giving former offenders a second chance at a prosperous life. Links: From Inmates to Entrepreneurs Dave’s Killer Bread  Defy Ventures

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125. Are Some Jobs Better than Others?

We are often made to think that some jobs hold more dignity than others. While it is true that some careers are more profitable than others, there is dignity to be found in hard work, no matter what your line of work might be. Links: Geoffrey Owens thought Trader Joe’s job-shaming moment was ‘going to be catastrophic’

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124. What Is Voluntaryism?

Today Brittany and Connor discuss “voluntaryism,” a belief that all transactions between human beings should be voluntary and done without force from other individuals or institutions, like government. What Is Voluntaryism? Lessons from A Lemonade Stand

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