To the contrary, UBI does indeed work
I've just published a new 6,000+ word feature-length article over on Medium where I tear apart a recent report from the New Economics Foundation piece by piece, revealing it for what it is - pure propaganda that was bought and paid for by a public services union interested in selling basic services as an alternative to basic . . .
New on Medium: "What is there to learn from Finland's basic income experiment? Did it succeed or fail?"
Understanding Finland's experiment of partial basic income and slightly fewer conditions
I've just published a new feature-length article over on Medium where I get into the preliminary results of the basic income experiment in Finland "What is There to Learn From Finland’s Basic Income Experiment? Did It Succeed or Fail?".
Here's an excerpt from the beginning:
After two years of . . .
My latest feature-length article as seen in XY Magazine
I published a new article today on Medium titled "Human Park: A Mammal's Guide to Stress-Free Living". A shortened version of this same article is one of the feature articles in the 50th issue of XY Magazine, now available online and in Barnes & Noble stores nationwide.
The article itself is focused around the . . .
A story of eggs, cash, and basic income
I love watching documentaries and one of my recent favorites on Netflix, aside from Noam Chomsky's "Requiem for the American Dream", is "Poverty, Inc." I highly recommend just watching the entire film yourself, but there is one story from it that is one of my new favorites to share onward, and that's the story by . . .
New feature-length article on Medium
My latest longform piece on Medium is now available to read and it's titled "Robin Hoodwinked: How Billion Dollar Powerballs Reflect 21st Century Inequality".
Back in 2015, I drove past the same sign I drive past daily, but looked at it with fresh eyes. It was a Powerball sign and it suddenly . . .
"My Basic Income" raffling in Germany, The Netherlands, and Now the United States
One thing I've learned so far in observing the world increasingly discuss the idea of basic income, is that this discussion, as is true with any discussion, can be like the Telephone Game. A reported fact can be tweeted, blogged, shared, re-reported, re-blogged,re-shared, and suddenly the world is talking like the first person said . . .
Why I got into the idea of basic income and how we can go about implementing it
(The following is an edited transcript from my appearance on the Robot Overlordz podcast adapted for article form. You can read the original unedited transcript and also listen to the show in full here. A big thank you to Mike Johnston and Matt Bolton for the raw transcript and for having me on their show!)