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Feb. Jobs Numbers Explained/ $15 Minimum Wage Fails Again

The report for February showed low job-creation numbers. CNBC.com reported: Job growth came to a near halt in February after a blistering start to the year, with nonfarm payrolls increasing by just 20,000 even as the unemployment rate fell to … Continue reading

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Big Minimum Wage Increases Harm Workers, Business

Liberals love to tell us that a government mandate for businesses to significantly increase minimum wages will create prosperity for lower-wage workers. OK, so let’s face reality: $15 an hour is good for some workers – it represents a wage … Continue reading

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Here’s Why Labor Unions Never Own Businesses

For the last 80 years American labor unions have claimed to allegedly be fighting for the well-being of workers. But in fact unions have destroyed the livelihoods of countless millions of workers by driving companies, and even entire industries, out … Continue reading

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The Reality of the Minimum Wage Debate

A mob of 1,000 leftists recently “occupied” the headquarters of McDonald’s in Illinois demanding an increase in the minimum wage to $15 an hour. This increase is supposed to create higher standards of living for workers. But raising the minimum … Continue reading

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Dem Blowhard Slams Great UPS Christmas Work

Democrat US senator Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut is demanding in a big public show of indignation that United Parcel Service offer refunds to customers whose packages arrived late after Christmas. This comes after the fact that UPS and FedEx do … Continue reading

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