Wednesday, July 4, 2018

A Very Merry Corporate Christmas

The Trump administration’s 2017 U.S. tax cuts are a financial bonanza for many giant companies, giving them billions of dollars for years to come.

Recently, I visited Santa in his workshop as he and his elves were busy building a new and much larger sleigh. They were also recruiting more reindeer.

“Why are you doing this Santa,“ I asked.

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Saturday, June 9, 2018

A Bank That Robbed Itself

In 2016, a huge Wells Fargo scandal broke. The bank had robbed many of its customers by secretly creating false accounts and charging them fees on those accounts. Despite the bank being forced to reimburse its customers the CEO received a 36% raise to $17.6-million. In recent months, the bank revealed it has been defrauding customers on auto and home loans.

Wondering why this happened, I asked famed Professor Dr. Willis Blunderfield.

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Saturday, May 12, 2018

Cheap Charlie

Cheap Charlie, as he was known, saved his money, never sharing with others.

On his death bed, he told his wife to bury the money with him because he couldn’t stand the thought of parting with it.

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Sunday, April 22, 2018

What if Jesus Didn’t Die For Your Sins?

“What if Jesus didn’t die for your sins,” I asked His Eminence.

“Some scholars today,” I said, “Say that right after Jesus’ death, there was the belief God would act against those who took his life, and against other evil doers.”

“When that didn’t happen," I continued, "The claim became Jesus died for your sins. But what if that claim was false too?”

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Friday, April 6, 2018

Does Love Cause Suffering?

”With attachment is suffering,” said the Buddhist monk. “Let go of attachment to people, places and things and you will suffer much less.”

“Yes, but because I love others,” I said, “Such as my family, I form attachments.“

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Saturday, March 31, 2018

The Greatest Leader

With the world in turmoil, and people demanding new leadership, I went to famed professor Willis Blunderfield for answers. Here are his remarks:

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Monday, March 19, 2018