The American Revolution was important not just for our own country, but for the entire world as well. While the French sought freedom from its own oppressive monarchy around the same time as the U.S., their motives were a bit different from the American colonists. Links: How Did the American Revolution Influence the French Revolution?
Productivity is an important part of building a successful life. One way you can improve your productivity is by having daily routines to keep you anchored and driven. Links: Five Minute Journal for Kids William McRaven commencement speech The Four Morning Routines Of Successful Entrepreneurs
Is there only a fixed amount of wealth in this world, or can people create an infinite amount of value? On today’s episode, Brittany and Emma discuss. Links: Bernie Sanders and the Fixed Pie Fallacy Monopoly Might Be a Zero-Sum Game, but Wealth Isn’t.
Art and music are powerful tools against the establishment. And during the cold war, when Eastern European was cutoff from most of western civilization and capitalism, rock & roll’s influence couldn’t be stopped. Links: How rock & roll killed communism Good Bye, Lenin!
Olympic season is upon us. But while many get excited to watch the games, there are many genuine concerns about the economic consequences of the Olympic games. Links: https://fee.org/articles/the-year-the-olympics-were-privatized/ https://fee.org/articles/the-big-losers-at-the-olympics-are-the-host-nations/ https://fee.org/articles/the-biggest-loser-at-the-rio-olympics-might-be-rio/
The government hates competition. But one man once dared to take on the United States Postal Service, creating a free market alternative… until he was shut down. Links: It’s Time to Privatize the United States Postal Service Lysander Spooner: The Anarchist Who Single-Handedly Took on the US Post Office Vices Are Not Crimes Lysander Spooner-Wikipedia
From the trusted team behind the Tuttle Twins books, join us as we tackle current events, hot topics, and fun ideas to help your family find clarity in a world full of confusion.
The Tuttle Twins children’s book series is read by hundreds of thousands of families across the country, and nearly a million books (in a dozen languages!) are teaching children like yours about the ideas of a free society.
Textbooks don’t teach this; schools don’t mention it.
It’s up to you—and our books can help. Check out the Tuttle Twins books to see if they’re a fit for your family!