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 […]

California Unions Want Exemption from Wage Hike they Forced!

During a Los Angeles City Council hearing Friday, organized labor continued its push to have unionized companies exempt from a measure to raise the minimum wage to $15 by 2020. Last week the city council voted 14 to 1 on a tentative agreement to raise the city’s minimum wage. Though some specific provisions have yet to be finalized, a draft of the measure prompted some in the labor movement to ask for an exemption for unionized companies and workers. Rusty Hicks, executive secretary-treasurer Read more […]