Last month, for example, I wrote that Fed Chair Jerome Powell was starting to sound like Andrew Yang.
Today the same can be said of White House Advisor Larry Kudlow.
In an interview with CNN over the weekend, Kudlow said that the next round of coronavirus relief would include a generalized cash handout.
The kind of half-hearted implementation of Universal Basic Income (UBI) that Larry Kudlow is talking about may provide some temporary relief, but it will create its own problems.
Oh, and there is one other crucial difference between the Yang plan and the White House’s current watered-down version: Yang had a way to pay for his.