Economics is not that complicated. The world has been worse off since we’ve portrayed the “dismal science” to be so.
Tag - minimum wage
Like many well-intentioned government interventions, mandated minimum wages tend to hurt the very people they are designed to help.
Every burger we eat has a percentage of the salary of the entire supply chain inside it.
There are over 10 million open jobs countrywide—a new benchmark.
This freeloading should, in a bootstrapping society, be cause for alarm.
Those calling for higher wages have good intentions, but they go amiss in making one big assumption about how business and the economy actually work.
Frankly, a global pandemic is not the time to be playing games with Americans’ employment.
Government Is Crushing Minorities at Every Turn | Guest: Eric July | Ep 99
Matt Kibbe is joined by BackWordz frontman Eric July to talk about a whole slate of government policies that are proving unbelievably destructive for the black community.
Matt Kibbe sits down with Father Robert Sirico, president of the Acton Institute.
As a nation we have witnessed the bad outcomes of when legislation tries to artificially replace the laws of economics.