Stone Pigs

undeniable underlying truths

The Spending Must Go On!

| April 24, 2011

A liberal Democrat explains why it’s important that we don’t cut Federal spending. We risk economic collapse!

Our Slaves Were Better than Your Slaves!

| April 23, 2011

20 million slaves were taken out of Africa. 10 million survived the ocean voyage. Where did they go? For most, their destination was not what you’ve been taught to think.

Economics, the Easy Way

| January 30, 2010

Even YouTube provides some great economic lessons!  Enjoy!

Stop Inflation Now!

| January 24, 2010

Inflation.  That word is one that strikes fear in the hearts of many by its mere mention.  It is axiomatic that the prevailing economic condition, whether good or bad, has a big impact on all our lives and influences everything from where we go for vacations (if we go anywhere at all), how we shop, how we vote, and, for many, even how well we sleep.  It was not so many years ago that our lives were very negatively impacted by inflation rates that topped 10%.  Even inflation rates above 5% have proven to be very disruptive. 

R.I.P. Socialism

| January 3, 2010

Will we not learn the lessons that history is teaching us and finally, once and for all, bury socialist philosophies in a cold grave?

Stimulus Not Stimulating

| July 8, 2009

While it is relatively old news and widely known that the Obama administration’s $787 billion stimulus package, also known as the “American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009,” wasn’t designed to dump large amounts of cash into the economy in a hurry, VP Joe Biden’s recent remarks about it are still striking1. Nor is this […]

Name One

| June 10, 2009

Mr. President, if you’re going to make claims about something highly doubtful, please be man enough to provide specific examples that back up your position.

I Want Obama to Fail

| June 9, 2009

Yes, I do want Obama to fail to implement his plans and agenda.

This Time I Mean It!

| June 9, 2009

President Obama has no credibility. He’s proved, on many occasions, that he’s willing to lie to the public and exaggerate his claims so as to manipulate an outcome that he desires. When my child does that, she gets grounded.

Slavery Isn’t So Bad, Is It?

| May 1, 2009

With some degree of success, I have made a lifetime of trying to make good decisions and working hard to be able to support my family without the need to burden others. I have taken responsibility for my actions and planned for future contingencies. Is it right that I should be enslaved so as to benefit others who have been poor decision makers, refused to work hard, or failed to plan ahead? I resent that a great many of the beneficiaries of my labors fit that very description.