A personal thank you to Andrew Yang, who contributed to America’s understanding of the need for a Universal Basic Income, and conducted himself as a straight-talking, thoughtful, and respectful presidential candidate. Andrew, I hope we’ll see much more of you in the future.
— Robert Reich (@RBReich) February 12, 2020
“We need to focus on solving the problems that got Donald Trump elected in the first place, and Democrats are making a mistake by acting like Trump caused all of these problems. He’s the symptom.” – Presidential candidate Andrew Yang speaks to CNN’s @ChrisCuomo from New Hampshire pic.twitter.com/Z00NLRYrBe
— Cuomo Prime Time (@CuomoPrimeTime) February 11, 2020
…das ließe sich auf die jüngere Diskussion in Deutschland nach den Vorgängen in Thüringen auch sagen, statt diese „problems“ zu übergehen.
We aren’t even halfway to our goal yet and we only have 10 hours left. We really need to step it up today. Whatever you can donate if even $5, please do. If you’re new to the #YangGang and have yet to donate anything, now’s the time. And yes, buying merch counts. We must hit $2M. pic.twitter.com/e8eE83rYCq
— Scott Santens (@scottsantens) February 10, 2020
Come on #YangGang this is not us. We do not give up!!!! This system that is designed to create hopelessness after ONE STATE is what we are fighting. Donate for NV, SC, CA and wherever you are located so that you have a choice!!!!!!!!! #DonateToYang #YangMoneyBomb https://t.co/DawfKcGL8i pic.twitter.com/Re4SLN0lns
— Maddison ⚖️ (@Madd5265) February 10, 2020
…darüber schreibt Wesley Yang in The Washington Post.
…ein Beitrag von The Bipartisan Press.
In 1950, the ultra-wealthy paid 70% of their income in taxes.
In 2018, for the first time, they paid less than every other social group—23%.
— Gabriel Zucman (@gabriel_zucman) October 7, 2019
…schrieb Scott Santens schon im Juli auf Medium.
…hier geht es zu seinem Beitrag.