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    Pick-a-Side: Universal Income

    This isn’t a dogmatic Manifesto to Achieving Universal Income.  It’s simply a scrap piece of paper with scribbled ideas, thoughts and Utopian daydreams that I’ve beautified and edited.  It is part of an ongoing exercise called PICK-A-SIDE… Universal Income Money is a thousand-year-old concept that was created to replace the bartering system.  The very concept of money itself plays an important role in the conversation of a universal income, so it too must be reconsidered.    The structural disadvantages and obstacles that disallow equal ability for everyone (worldwide) to acquire the simplest amounts of wealth need to be analyzed and addressed, honestly; with a non-elitist, non-privileged bias.  As we further invest –…

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    pick-a-side: introduction

    When Donald Trump became President of the United States of America, it tickled my rabble rouser’s sphincter to watch the intellectuals of the left have a psychotic meltdown live on television. Their virtuous guidance was ignored and it shattered the manufactured reality of their academic, political and celebrity elitism. The losers of the most cringe-worthy presidential election cycle should’ve been humbled by their arrogance in broadcasting bluffing guarantees to their trusting viewers that Trump stood a “less than one percent chance of winning the election” and announcing that “America’s progressive values elected the first female president” before America had actually elected Hillary Clinton. Instead of the talking-heads on the left…

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    There’s a War Going On(line) No Prolife is Safe From

    Hunter S. Thompson feared the worst on January 20th, 2005. He countlessly warned against the re-election of the baby orangutan for president, George W. Bush Jr., as it would clearly mark the end of days. A societal breakdown at free-falling speeds. The end of hope. Bang. I dealt with the letdown by beginning a politically-charged blog surging with accusatory allegations, cocaine fueled conspiracy’s and the cursory language of a man who drank himself into a tormenting psychosis. I became consumed. Obsessed. Thousands of words a night. Unfiltered, rarely edited free-thought. Kerouac’s alcoholic spirit stuttered my sentences longer than a rock tossed towards a stage at an Antifa disruption. Outlandish allegation…

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