Anyone who has a basic understanding of elementary-level arithmetic and some common sense can easily explain why raising the minimum wage is bad for employment levels. In a nutshell, higher labor costs simply improve the payback profile of capital i
This week, The Washington Post ran an editorial titled: "Sobering news for $15 minimum-wage boosters." It turns out that the sobering news is that the minimum wage ends up hurting the very people it's supposedly intended to help. Ron Paul explains wh
There are political movements to push the federal minimum hourly wage to $15.
The economic ignorace of the "Let's Raise the Minimum Wage" gang is matched only by their smugness. In their confused, economically-illiterate universe, you either advocate for an increase in the minimum wage or you hate poor people.
A week ago, we reported on a study from the University of Washington that exposed how the city of Seattle's progressive minimum wage increases, which began in 2015, are – contrary to the hopes of so many liberals – actually crushing the city'
Seattle's first-in-the-nation $15 per hour minimum wage law is hurting the workers it aimed to help, a new study has found.
People are talking about the minimum wage a lot. They always have. But with the government's plan to raise the federal minimum wage to $15 per hour, the talk is even more prevalent than usual.
Guess What Happens Next
The Washington Times has published a fascinating and insightful story about growing opposition to hikes in the minimum wage in various parts of the country.
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