This is a fun cartoon, from Peanuts. The Peanuts comics were made by Charles M. Shulz. He made them from 1950 to 2000. This is a short strip of Peppermint Patty, who does not like school. Aside from the joke, it illustrates that you can choose what to do, like in a multiple choice test. However, along with that choice, we acquire a consequence to go with that choice. For example, if you choose the wrong answer on a test, the consequence is that you get that question wrong.
Every detail of this indiscriminate mass murder seemed meticulously planned. Yet no one knows why Stephen Paddock did what he did. This story relates to and supports the theme in many ways. For example, just like everyone else, his choices had consequences. He made multiple bad choices, resulting in worse consequences, and eventually leading up to his choice of committing murder, which resulted in his death. Some of these choices started weeks previously when he bought the guns, and also, (although we don't have very much information on this) his decision to commit suicide.
The Lady or the Tiger was written by Frank Stockton and published in 1882. This gripping story ends on a cliffhanger, leaving the ending up to you. (Simply for some background: "[The princess] knew in which of the two rooms, that lay behind those doors, stood the cage of the tiger, with its open front, and in which waited the lady.") We see the theme of choice and consequence in the sentence "Her right arm lay on the cushioned parapet before her. She raised her hand, and made a slight, quick movement toward the right." as well as "Without the slightest hesitation, he went to the door on the right, and opened it. Now, the point of the story is this: Did the tiger come out of that door, or did the lady?" Stockton goes on to explain how it could be either one, and how many consequences the choice of the princess was.
The poem "Consequence" was written by Amitav Radiance in 2015. This poem supports the theme of Choices and Consequences in the line "We choose an action by choice" explaining how we have complete control over our choices. It also supports the theme in the line "Given the task to execute the action" showing that our choices have consequences.