My latest piece on Huffington Post
My latest piece on Huffington Post is available to read and share, titled "Why Should We Support the Idea of Universal Basic Income?"
It's a republished version of my first piece on Medium from last 2014 which I've now updated with a few changes and additions.
My latest feature article courtesy of Eros Media
I've got a feature article up on Eros Media today. This one is about basic income as the way of getting at the heart of human exploitation.
This is the face of economic vulnerability and it lies at the very heart of a great deal of systemic issues. Think for a moment about what a difference it would make in . . .
The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is a "free trade" treaty that at this point may be Dead on Arrival (DOA) (though the loss is not guaranteed). If passed, it would drop a lot of trade barriers between the US and eleven other countries around the Pacific region.
American unions rallied together for a show of power after years of . . .
An analogy about employment and basic income
There's a common belief that people who don't have jobs somehow just aren't trying hard enough, and this belief is therefore based on the idea that there are enough jobs for everyone. To get a job, all one really needs to do is just try hard enough.
"Just go get a job."
The Harsh Reality of Jobland
The . . .
The question of money itself in the discussion for basic income
That sounds way too expensive... Can we actually afford such an idea?
Now, others have responded to this question conceptually, and I've even recently replied to this question on . . .
A response to The Economist's "Basically unaffordable" article about UBI
I've published a response to The Economist via Huffington Post.
It's disappointing all of this economic complexity in regards to the affordability of basic income is nowhere to be found within The Economist. For this is a discussion we need to be having, and not one to be so easily dismissed . . .
My latest article on Medium
Read the article I published on Medium on May 15th, 2015.
Just as our roads a decade from now will be full of machine drivers instead of human drivers, a 21st century economy shall be driven by human consumers, not human workers, and these consumers must be freely given their purchasing power. If we refuse, if we don’t provide . . .