Do you like the idea of receiving $1,000 a month?
That’s $12,000 a year.
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And would you like it all guaranteed?
That’s the political proposition forwarded by Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang.
The upstart Ivy League graduate and aspiring U.S. president would oversee the writing of a bill that ensures every American over age 18 receives $1,000 monthly.
Rich or poor, it makes no difference: Warren Buffett and downtown panhandler alike would receive $1,000 in monthly mandated income.
Yang refers to his federally funded payments as “freedom dividends.” He asserts that they will free 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 loved ones, and have a real stake in the future.”
Yang also assert that his freedom-dividend scheme “would permanently grow the economy by 12.56% to 13.1%—or about $2.5 trillion by 2025—and it would increase the labor force by 4.5 to 4.7 million people.”
Wow, this sounds like a proposition found only in utopia . . . and, unfortunately, it is.
Yang’s freedom dividends, like utopia, are an unsustainable fantasy.
Let’s consider the real-world facts.
Approximately 77.6% of the U.S. population – 253.7 million people – is 18 years or older. If every one of the 253.7 million people was paid $1,200 annually, the cost to the U.S. Treasury would exceed $304.4 billion annually.
The federal government runs a $700 billion annual budget deficit as it is. The U.S. national debt already tops a vertigo-inducing $22 trillion.
As for Yang’s economic projections, they, too, are a fantasy.
The reality is that economics can’t measure, it can’t predict. Economics can only explain.
Given the appalling complexity of a modern economy, no economist grounded in reality would accept Yang’s absurdly precise, rosy percentages of projected economic growth.
Yang sees nothing but an angelic fantasy: more education, more businesses, more creativity, more family time. I see the humanistic reality: a concurrent rise in drunkenness, drug addiction, indolence, sense of entitlement, and government debt.
Liberty Checks: Real Income
So, forget about the freedom-dividend fantasy, and let’s get real about your income.
Let’s talk Liberty Checks.
Unlike freedom dividends, Liberty Checks exist today.
Liberty Checks are legitimate because they are sustainable. They’re not paid by the federal government through taxation, debt, or inflation. They’re paid by U.S. companies creating real value backed by real cash flow in a market economy.
You have an opportunity to collect your first Liberty Check.
A Chicago-based real estate company declared yesterday that it would pay $441 million in Liberty Checks. Individual investors like you can collect a $1,043 Liberty Check (or more).
Anyone can collect. All you need to do is buy the company’s Liberty vouchers (which is easy), wait a couple of weeks, collect your Liberty Check, sell your liberty vouchers for additional profit.
We know from experience.
We’ve exploited 59 Liberty Check opportunities since May 2016. Investors have been able to realize $1,173 in individual Liberty Checks. These checks have arrived not every month, but every 20 days on average.
Now, it’s your turn.
Simply click here to verify your address.
But don’t delay. A deadline looms large.
The opportunity to collect your first Liberty Check ends next week.