Tom Palmer and Austin Petersen from Atlas have put together a nice, short video looking at Bastiat's Broken Window Fallacy by asking why people think natural disasters are good for the economy. Tom does an excellent job in explaining the fallacy with several useful examples (if 9/11 footage bothers you, be forewarned). Along with Sean Malone's nice piece on profits and, of course, the now million views SAMMIE winning "Fear the Boom and Bust," we are getting quite the stable of video treatments of good economics, all of which are highly usable in the classroom. These are exactly what is needed to reach younger people. Great work by all.
Bonus points to anyone who emails a copy to DeLong.