When homeless people were given $ 7,500, no strings attached, “They decreased spending on drugs, tobacco, and alcohol by 39 percent on average, and increased spending on food, clothes, and rent.” https://t.co/kKMgbSnQNl
— Christopher Ryan (@ThatChrisRyan) May 16, 2021
Raise wages and then you no longer HAVE a labor shortage. “Republicans are trying to starve people back to work” by ending emergency unemployment benefits in at least 16 states, says @SenSanders. “I say pay people a living wage, and they WILL work.” #velshi pic.twitter.com/jwgLd87uS2
— Velshi on MSNBC (@VelshiMSNBC) May 16, 2021
Only in America do we call working people ‘essential’ but deny them sick leave, health care, and a living wage.
— Robert Reich (@RBReich) May 14, 2021
People working at jobs they hate, to prevent themselves from being homeless, is not freedom. That’s why I’m in favor of a generous Universal Basic Income that would give everyone the freedom to do what’s truly meaningful to them.
— Yaron Fishman (@YaronFishman) May 9, 2021
There is just to much hate & insults on Twitter. People can be so mean & cruel. I don’t want to be apart of the hate. I need a break from Twitter. Celebrities are even mean, its like no one has a filter. Just say what ever you want & who cares if you hurt people. Just mean people
— Karri Levens (@karrilevens) May 12, 2021
Here’s just how much people have stopped talking about Trump on Facebook and Twitter
New data from social media measurement firms Zignal Labs and CrowdTangle shows just how drastic the drop in conversation about Trump has been.
— Strictly (@StrictlyChristo) May 6, 2021
I believe in freedom of speech & don’t agree with people being suppressed, but due to certain circumstances I had to start using a black list/blocker on my websites. This isn’t something I wanted to have to do. It’s only one specific term “name” and should not effect 99.9% posts.
— Karri Levens (@karrilevens) May 3, 2021