A basic income is affordable because it would substitute for many forms of transfer, including the ludicrous array of subsidies that go predominantly to upper-income groups and corporations. And it would cut administrative costs of existing social assistance schemes.
On Christmas day in the late fifties, Nelle Harper Lee received the gift of a year's wages with a note encouraging her to spend her time writing. She wrote "To Kill a Mockingbird." What if everyone received the same gift?
The Universal Basic Income (UBI) – sometimes called the Unconditional Basic Income, Citizens’ Income or Social Wage – has in recent times become a focus of economic discussion across the political spectrum. While column inches in the Financial Times and The Economist have been racking up, academics such as Stuart White have been articulating how […]
On October 6, Nation editor and publisher Katrina vanden Heuvel and contributing editor Stephen F. Cohen (professor emeritus of Russian studies at New York University and Princeton) sat down in Moscow for a wide-ranging discussion with Edward Snowden.
Source: Another Angry Voice | Original Post Date: October 13, 2013 - Universal Basic Income (sometimes called Unconditional Basic Income, Citizens Income or just Basic Income) is a proposed economic system in which all adults within the economy receive a guaranteed basic income irrespective of whether they have a job or not. It is a very interesting proposal which finds support …
Andrew Dolan recently wrote a list of seven reasons to support a universal basic income. It has been well received and I agree with nearly all of it. Below are four more reasons to support the UBI. 1. We all have a right to the shared bounty of the land. Wealth is made from a […]
Until recently, I paid little attention to libertarians. Ron Paul's vision of people relying only on family, friends and neighbors for relief from disasters of Hurricane Katrina magnitude strikes me as sheer fantasy.
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