Andrew Yang and Michael Bennet are out after New Hampshire

Andrew Yang has always been an irritating candidate, one who traded on his race and his alleged math skills to justify his candidacy.  His race is, and ought to have been, irrelevant.  His math skills aren't much use, either, if they're not paired with practical knowledge. Even more irritating, though, is that appalling "Freedom Dividend" he kept advancing, something that amounted to little more than a sneaky form of wealth redistribution, a bribe to voters, and an inflation creator. Here's how Yang described his Freedom Dividend: Andrew would implement the Freedom Dividend, a universal basic income of $1,000/month, $12,000 a year, for every American adult over the age of 18. This is independent of one's work status or any other factor. This would enable all Americans to pay their bills, educate themselves, start businesses, be more creative, stay healthy, relocate for work, spend time with their children, take care of...(Read Full Post)
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