Lately, I’ve been thinking about money. And I’ve been thinking about working. As readers know, I tried working last month. It turned out really bad for me. But as kids graduate high school and college this time of year and they start turning to the job market, I’ve began really thinking about whether it’s even … Read moreShe Works Hard For The Money
It’s estimated that about 7 million jobs will be lost due to automation over the next 10 years. Many of these jobs are cashier and general retail jobs. Already, Walmart has stores that are completely cashier-free. The savings in having automation is partly what drives these advances. Many people worry about lost jobs. And the … Read moreWhy UBI Should Become A Key Issue For Political Platforms
Honor his legacy by considering UBI. And read this article by philosopher Jason Burke Murphy.
I ask people, “Would you like to win the lottery?” They say, “Yes!” I ask people if they support a UBI and they say, “But, but, but…” There’s not a whole lot of difference, except a UBI would be about 800.00 per month (according to proposals I’ve read). Not millions of dollars. It would allow … Read moreReasons For A Universal Basic Income
Recently, I wrote an article on Basic Income and what we can learn from Tribal Nations, some of which implement per cap payments. You can read my article here.
For the past month or so, I have been involved in the movement against the Dakota Access Pipeline. I have done many things with this movement, and wish to incorporate my activities into my professional experiences. As you will see in my previous post, I wrote a Letter to the Editor which was published in the … Read moreWhat I’ve Been Doing