Per CNBC, having kids costs money.
— CNBC (@CNBC) January 24, 2019
Per everyone else, thanks for the cheap advice.
How much would we save if we didn’t have silly journalists giving bad advice? https://t.co/1UzE8LYf27
— Christina Sommers (@CHSommers) January 27, 2019
Next up from CNBC: Stop giving to charity and you could save up to $250,000 https://t.co/l72CnVklP9
— Ronnie Baker (@ronnie__baker) January 27, 2019
What kind of journalism thinks “babies versus money” is a dignified way of framing a story? https://t.co/tPDVkBbU6R
— Paul D. Miller (@PaulDMiller2) January 27, 2019
Don’t do anything in life and you can save a bundle.
You can also make your life significantly less fulfilling if you make these kinds of decisions based on financial projections https://t.co/Mh4loXWjko
— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) January 27, 2019
I'd rather be broke and have a family https://t.co/9OWqlVZxOW
— Ryan Gorman (@GormoExJourno) January 26, 2019
How does a piece like this even get published?
In a society that actually valued children and family, a tweet like this wouldn’t even happen. https://t.co/tsUTf33LQu
— Andrew Getraer (@AndrewGetraer) January 27, 2019
There are plenty of opportunities for us to save money if we want to get serious about it.
Now do the IRS, welfare state, and unfunded mandates and liabilities. How much would we save then? https://t.co/nmzET05sVi
— Steve Deace (@SteveDeaceShow) January 27, 2019