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What is Minimum Wage: Its History and Effects on the Economy

  http://www.heritage.org/testimony/what-minimum-wage-its-history-and-effects-the-economy What is Minimum Wage: Its History and Effects on the Economy June 26, 2013 31 min read James Sherk @JamesBSherk Research Fellow, Labor Economics As research fellow in labor economics at The Heritage Foundation, James Sherk researches ways … Continue reading

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What Puerto Rico Can Teach Us About the Minimum Wage

Minimum wages are contrary to free and fair markets.  If an unskilled person is not worth what an employer is forced to pay through unjust minimum wage laws, the employer will instead choose more automation or choose to not employ … Continue reading

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Puerto Rico and the USA could become like Venezuela’s socialist “victory”

Socialism has “won” in Venezuela, but look at how the people have lost, other than a small number of corrupt government officials and their cronies who enriched themselves.  This is happening in the US too, over time as the country … Continue reading

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