Conversations about the nation’s budget should be about spending priorities, the resources necessary to accomplish them — the people, land, materials and time — and the benefit to the nation.
Top Nancy Pelosi Aide Privately Tells Insurance Executives Not to Worry About Democrats Pushing “Medicare for All”
— Ryan Grim (@RyanGrim), Intercept @TheInterccept, Feb 5, 2019
Here‘s Stephanie Kelton using a Twitter thread to unpack the relationship between Social Security, Medicare and payroll taxes. Along the way, she quotes Franklin Delano Roosevelt., Dec 13, 2018
How much would universal health care really cost?
— Cory Doctorow (@doctorow), BoingBoing, Aug 21, 2018
“But How Will We Pay for It?”: Modern Monetary Theory and Democratic Socialism”
— Alexander Kolokotronis, (@AVK48) Sean Keith (@sean_keith) Truthout, Jan 2, 2018
Citations Needed • Episode 11: The Deficits Racket Part I — Single Payer Propaganda War
— Nima Shirazi (@wideasleepnima), Adam Johnson (@adamjohnsonNYC), Stephanie Kelton (@StephanieKelton), Citations Needed Sept 27, 2017 (1:03:00)
Marshall Auerback and L. Randall Wray: America Needs Healthcare, Not Health Insurance
Marshall Auerback (@Mauerback), Randy Wray Naked Capitalism, April 1, 2012
Why Health Care Matters and the Current Debt Does Not
— Brett W. Fawley, Luciana Juvenal, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis (@stlouisfed), Oct, 2011