Category Archives: Minimum wage

Speaker Prieto and Senate President Sweeney, read this!

How regulations–including the minimum wage– harm low income individuals, especially minorities.   Source: Economic Conspiracy?






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Tim Kaine:  economic illiterate 

Tim Kaine reveals he is another economic illiterate in the US Senate who may be the next vice president of the Untied States.  His statement  that the federal government “creates” jobs is absolute nonsense.  He also states: “We will make college debt free for everybody. We’ll rewrite … Continue reading






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San Francisco Review of Books: Socialism Destroyed

Robert Wenzel reviews Tom DiLorenzo’s new book. Source: San Francisco Review of Books: Socialism Destroyed






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You can just call me Jeff

Tom DiLorenzo sent me a copy of his new book, The Problem With Socialism, with the following inscription.  You can hear Tom Woods interview Tom here.  This book should be a best seller based on my review of the contents.   … Continue reading






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The law of unintended consequences strikes again

“An online petition accusing Starbucks Corp of “extreme” cutbacks in work hours at its U.S. cafes, hurting both employee morale and customer service, has been signed by more than 9,000 people. “The labor situation has gone from tight to infuriating” … Continue reading






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