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It depends what formula you apply. If we apply the formula as laid out by Philippe Van Parijs and Yannick Vanderborght to the United States, for a UBI consisting of 25 percent of GDP distributed on a per-capita basis, amounts to a new entitlement program costing $4.8 trillion dollars per year at a time when the United States is already facing a $1 trillion ...


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It's not an issue that the United States government cannot pay down its debt, at least historically that has never been an issue. It really has to do with the politics of the day. Since the birth of the United States we have had a back and forth where one president has four years of splurging and then the guy after him has to pick up the pieces so to speak ...


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