Also known as the PFD. In Alaska this fall, each and every Alaskan citizen– from babies in diapers all the way up to seniors in diapers– will receive a check from the state government in the amount of $1,281. Each year, checks range between $600 and $1,500 generally.
You’re reading this correctly. Every citizen in the state gets paid to live here.
Not just those few Alaskans who support bailouts, a public option for health care and welfare. No– even the misinformed folks who march the streets with poorly-spelled words on signs, chanting about how our president is turning us into socialists/communists/fascists/(insert your own -ist).
This is the biggest “free money” program in the entire United States of America. I wonder what kind of violence would erupt if the state decided to put its monies more into education, health care and otherwise helping those in need in a real way. Curious. Curious indeed.
I don’t qualify this year, having not been up quite long enough. However I will preemptively say this: Cha-ching!!
Stay safe, and be good to each other.