Paul Krugman

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 3

Welcome to the first made-up, imaginary, fictional type story on Truthspresso! This episode is part 3 and concludes the Tale of the Superblians. Jake arrives at the convention center after Dr. Tom Words finished delivering a speech against Dr. Paul Drugman’s article in the New Dork Times. Jake still wants to meet Dr. Words before…

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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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The Economy Also Doesn’t Need a Broken Window

We continue with Paul Krugman’s suggestion of a fake threat of aliens invading to stimulate a depressed economy. We look at a blog post he had written for the New York Times where he revealed his inspiration for the blessings of fear and destruction: World War II. Unfortunately, even many conservatives and Christians think like…

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The Economy Doesn’t Need an Alien Invasion Either

We springboard from Nobel Laureate economist Paul Krugman’s wrong idea about babysitting the economy to an even stranger idea: the threat of an alien invasion would be good for a depressed economy. Krugman thinks its better for people to stop saving money to pay off their debts and squeeze even more money toward building bunkers…

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