Economics

S1E29 – Economics and Money

Part I: Law of the Day – “If a thief is found breaking in and is struck so that he dies, there shall be no bloodguilt for him, but if the sun has risen on him, there shall be bloodguilt for him. He shall surely pay. If he has nothing, then he shall be sold…

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Celebrating 100 Episodes!

My wife Chelsea returns to Truthspresso to celebrate 100 episodes of our podcast! We take a walk down memory lane and remember all the episodes we did to get to 100. Lots of topics and plenty of chuckles in this show! We share some behind-the-scenes aura for some episodes. We even talk about how we…

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Four Biblical Principles from the Superblians

To conclude our series of political economic topics, let’s derive some Biblical principles of economics (and against tyranny) as we break down the Tale of the Superblians. As many humans in our story replaced simple Biblical rules for tyrannical man-made rules, they drove the benevolent Superblians away from earth. Over time, when the fog cleared,…

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The Tale of the Superblians part 2

Welcome to the first made-up, imaginary, fictional type story on Truthspresso! Guess what: I was wrong! It turns out as I write this silly story, part 2 will not conclude the Tale of the Superblians. We pick up our story a year after the Superblians “invaded” from outer space. Listen in as our antagonist Jake…

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Is Income the Litmus Test for Equality?

Continuing with parsing through the politics of income inequality, we shift from the myths and articles to get down to some simple questions. We consider these few basic thoughts: College shows why incomes differ. Different majors offer different skills that have different levels of supply and demand. People intend to go to college for a…

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