A universal basic income would certainly be a step in the right direction … it would free immense creativity that today is absorbed in doing jobs that, when you really look at it, make little sense.
Sounds like there are some good questions to ask about economics!
We survey a long list of economic problems, and identify four basic questions that a course in political economy must address:
The accounting errors and manipulated numbers, though obviously problems in their own right, highlight a far greater problem for the Defense Department than only bad recording keeping and wasteful spending habits. In reality, they are a representation of the poor decision-making, and lack of oversight and accountability that plague our nation’s government as a whole.
The Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Financial Management & Comptroller) (OASA[FM&C]) and the Defense Finance and Accounting Service Indianapolis (DFAS Indianapolis) did not adequately support $2.8 trillion in third quarter journal voucher (JV) adjustments and $6.5 trillion in year-end JV adjustments.