Excellent article about how the pandemic has upended the nature of work: https://t.co/kGN0tGWac6 and the way we think about it. We have to stop tying our humanity to what we do rather than who we are and we need UBI to help us in the transition.
— Gerald Huff Fund For Humanity (@FundForHumanity) October 22, 2021
An Exxon lobbyist got onto a video call and bragged about the work they do to slow down the fight against climate change.
Oil & gas executives are going to come to Washington, and my committee will make sure they answer our questions.
— Ro Khanna (@RoKhanna) October 22, 2021
This is the way UBI is going to happen:https://t.co/6uNA8x7Alt
Over and over again cash transfers are proving to be the best way to demonstrate that democracies can work if they disentangle themselves from the inefficient bureaucratic nightmares that is the so called safety net.
— Gerald Huff Fund For Humanity (@FundForHumanity) October 20, 2021
A work requirement negates the two most positive aspects of the CTC i.e., the fact that it reaches the poorest children whose parents don’t have a regular job and the fact that everyone contributes to the economy as a consumer. Here’s how: https://t.co/a8UqAuvbSo pic.twitter.com/XiFENuPpMw
— Gerald Huff Fund For Humanity (@FundForHumanity) October 18, 2021
No one starts the game of Monopoly with $ 0. Why? Because then you couldn’t play the game. We all need a monthly starting amount of money that enables us to pursue work and cover the costs of working. I’m fortunate I have that. Everyone else needs it too.https://t.co/dzPrxlans5
— Scott Santens 🧢⬆️🏄♂️ (@scottsantens) October 18, 2021
The great @TheBradBlog and I mix it up over whether Ds should counter R gerrymanders with their own. I say NO. It’s not even a high road argument. The math isn’t there. Play constitutional hardball where it might work. Meanwhile, use the power Ds have to ban gerrymanders. https://t.co/p4BX483poB
— David Daley (@davedaley3) October 16, 2021