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44. What is The Broken Window Fallacy

Every time an individual takes an action, there are consequences. Sometimes we can see the consequences of our actions immediately, like if we don’t tie our shoe and then trip and fall down. Other times, it’s more difficult to see the consequences of the things we do. Today we discuss what Frédéric Bastiat had to say about this phenomenon and how it leads many people astray. Books/Essays: That Which Is Seen, And That Which Is Not Seen Terms: Fallacy: A bad argument people make to justify their end goals.

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43. Does Anyone Know How to Make A Pizza?

On Today’s episode, author and YouTuber Julie Borowski comes on to talk to Brittany and Connor about her new book, “Nobody Knows How to Make A Pizza.” Books: Nobody Knows How to Make A Pizza Links: Liberty Junkies

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42. Controversial Classics

On this episode, Connor and Brittany discuss a list of books that are considered to be “controversial classics.” But why are these books considered “controversial” and why does that make it all the more important for individuals to read them? Books: Anthem  Civil Disobedience  Propoganda The Law  White Rose Society pamphlets  Animal Farm  “Uncle Eric” Series  Anatomy of the State by Murray Rothbard

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41. What’s Bitcoin?

Ever heard of Bitcoin? You’ve all probably held a dollar bill before, but what if “money” wasn’t a physical thing you could hold in your hand? What if it was digital and lived in computers and smartphones? Links: Life on Bitcoin

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40. Who Is Ron Paul?

Congressman Dr. Ron Paul took the 2008 Presidential Election by storm, inspiring an entire movement of young people to get involved in politics. In fact, he’s one of the reasons Connor was inspired to write the Tuttle Twins series! In this episode, Connor and Brittany discuss the importance of Ron Paul and how he helped change U.S. politics. Books: Books by Ron Paul  Links: From Freedom to Fascism  Ron Paul Homeschool Curriculum  People  Aaron Russo

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39. What is a Recession?

Sometimes our U.S. economy is strong, employment is high, and the people are happy and successful. But other times, our economy goes through a rough patch, often called a “recession.” But what causes the economy to struggle and is there anyway to avoid it? Fear the Boom and the Bust Music Video

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38. What Is Taxation?

We’ve all probably heard the term taxation before from our adults, but what does it really mean and why does everyone seem to hate this word so much? Terms: Consent: to give permission for something to happen. Books: Civil Disobedience  Lessons from a Lemonade Stand

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37. What Is Civil Asset Forfeiture?

Some people might not know this, but there is a practice known as “civil asset forfeiture” that actually allows police officers to take money and property from you without ever having to convict you of a crime in a court. How did this practice come to be and what can individuals like us do to change these laws and make sure that law enforcement doesn’t have too much power? Links: Institute for Justice- Policing for Profit  A History of Civil Asset Forfeiture  Life After Civil Asset Forfeiture- One Family’s Struggle to Reclaim Their Property

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36. What Is The Second Amendment?

In previous episodes, Connor and Brittany have talked about the Bill of Rights and how important it is to protecting us against governments that try to infringe on our rights. Today we talk about the Second Amendment included in the Bill of Rights, the right to bear arms. Links: Text of the Second Amendment  Terms: Democide: death by one’s own government

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