Andrew Yang for prez promises $1,000-a-month

(SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE) — The unlikely presidential run of Andrew Yang, who is proposing a $1,000-a-month “freedom dividend” to every adult in America, rolled Friday into San Francisco, where some 3,000 supporters listened to the New York tech entrepreneur warn about how artificial intelligence and robotics are taking jobs.

The 44-year-old son of Taiwanese immigrants who met each other at UC Berkeley has already surpassed expectations — virtually nonexistent when he got into the race — by inspiring enough donations to qualify for the Democratic primary debate in June.

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Pro-Hillary activist Donna Brazile takes job at Fox News

Former DNC Chairwoman Donna Brazile

A pro-Hillary Clinton Democratic activist who admits her own “lack of civility” in the past “has been on full display” has taken a job with Fox News.

Donna Brazile, who was accused of passing along CNN questions for a 2016 Democratic primary presidential debate to Clinton, wrote at that she is excited to tell the Fox News audience what she thinks.

Brazile said that as the 2020 presidential election approaches, she is concerned that “our national debate has become hostile and disrespectful.”

“We no longer simply agree to disagree. Too often we demonize the intentions of others.”

Now Brazile wants [READ MORE HERE]

Elizabeth Warren: Housing 'Should Be a Basic Human Right'

Monday at a CNN town hall, 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) proposed “having a decent and safe place to live” be a basic human right. Warren said, “I have a proposal to build about three million new housing units across America. I just want to stop for a second, is anybody in here worried about the rising price of housing? That’s pretty much everybody, right? The idea is that we need to make a real investment in housing. In the same way that we think about health care as a basic human right, having a decent and safe [READ MORE HERE]