Episode, in which, I labor to point out the primary danger of playing group identity games, namely, the ever-more-specific clamping down on thoughts and opinions that results from the fallacious and frightening pursuit of “purifying the group”. The primary material for this endeavor is comments Martina Navratilova made regarding trans-gender athletes, however, other items mentioned …

 

Episode in which I argue that racism has nothing to do with skin color, but is the result of adopting the wholesale fallacy that group identity is paramount. As a result, I implore each of us to stop playing group identity games and instead, strive to value each person as an individual who is worthy …

 

Episode in which I look at Charles Drew and encourage you to use self-discipline not as an end in itself, but as the means to benefiting others. We really need to cultivate this mentality of benefiting others or our culture runs the increased risk of quickly devolving into a narcissistic nightmare.

 

Muthonomics #20: Floss First

Episode in which I talk about the importance of how paying attention to the small details will largely determine your success as an entrepreneur. Step your game up!

 

I start the new year by discussing what most successful business people won’t delve into, namely, the soul-crushing, hope-sapping environment of living in poverty. People enduring this environment have an either/or choice to make, which may sound coldhearted and mean, but which also has the power to change their lives for the better.

 

I start this episode singing a free market variation of the “Bear Necessities” song from Jungle Book and it only improves from there, including targeted rebukes of price gouging moralists (“supply and demand doesn’t care about your stupid price gouging moralism”), vetting listener emails (one suggesting I rename Muthonomics to “The Mean Capitalist” LOLOLOLOL), and …

 

Jim Carrey, Lavar Burton, Hugo Chavez, Sean Penn, Bill Maher, Ozzie Guillen, Floyd Mayweather, Lil’ Wayne and others all contribute various forms of show fodder for Muthonomics #17. So climb aboard and get ready to explore, among other things, the predictable outcome of democratic socialism, namely, the barbecuing of Mongeese and/or Flamingos at your local …

 

Playing off the 1990’s SNL skit “Bad Idea Jeans”, I am starting a mini-series called “Bad Idea Genes”, which covers bad ideas being adopted by our culture. The first bad idea I am tackling is “Evidence Free Argumentation”, with ample discussion surrounding Serena Williams and the code violations she was given during the 2018 US …

 

Episode in which I outline the negative effects (namely, rent controls) of price ceilings, via a quote from Thomas Paine, reminisce about Gremlins and Glo Bugs, rail against “salt baths of dopamine” destroying reason, and question the wisdom of disparaging effort by equating it with failure.

 

Episode in which I examine basic economic laws of price floors and express my growing distaste for the mentality the Marvel Cinematic Universe promotes.

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