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Yes, This Is A Real CNBC Article On "Economics"

Authored by Joe Jarvis via The Daily Bell, A chicken in every pot, and a unicorn in every garage. That’s the progressive dream. No, seriously, they are dreaming, and they must have smoked something crazy before bed. I almost couldn’t even write about this subject because I just kept staring at my computer screen wide-eyed and shaking my head. Really? Is this seriously being passed off as economics and news? The larger the universal basic income, the greater the benefit to the economy, according to the report.
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