Liberal Hypocrites Argue for $15 an Hour while Paying $12 an Hour!

Experts and studies on both sides of the minimum wage debate have offered a long list of pros and cons when it comes to raising the minimum wage. What is generally agreed on, though, is that significant enough increases are likely to cause job loss. Calculations on how much or how little usually depends on the study. Even the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) found that much to be true. “Most of them would receive higher pay that would increase,” stated a 2014 CBO report. Read more […]

Restaurant Industry May be Hardest Hit By Increasing the Minimum Wage

Raising the minimum wage will have severe consequences, especially for those working in the restaurant industry, investor rating service Moody’s warned on Thursday. “A higher minimum wage represents a particular challenge for restaurants, which depend heavily on hourly workers,” William Fahy, vice president and senior credit officer for Moody’s, said in a statement. “But restaurant operators will have a tough time passing higher labor costs onto customers without negatively impacting Read more […]

Unions to Benefit Most from Obamacare

Surprise, surprise – guess who stands to gain the most from the detestable Obamacare law? Unions, of course.   President Obama’s executive amnesty for illegal immigrants could help unions with dwindling membership. Labor unions were supportive of the president’s move. “I think we’ll see very positive changes,” Tom Balanoff, president of Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 1, told the Associated Press on Friday. “One of them, I hope, is that more workers Read more […]

Unions Dump Millions into Democrat Candidates

Labor unions have already poured millions of dollars into various races across the country, usually in support of Democrats, as the November elections near. In the 2012 election cycle alone, unions categorized as 501(c) spent $23,913,872 in political expenditures. This according to Federal Election Commission data compiled by the Center for Responsive Politics. While this year’s disclosures are incomplete, unions are stepping up their game with the Democratic Senate majority on the line and Read more […]