Paging Monsieur Napoleon

By Eric Margolis May 14, 2016   Paging Monsieur Napoleon     PARIS –  Ah, the joys of Paris in the springtime. Riots every day and night; vandals smashing store windows and looting; traffic jams horrendous even by this city’s standards; air, train, and metro disruptions. Tear gas wafts in the air. Add to […]

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Job Growth Doesn’t Mean We’re Getting Richer

Job Growth Doesn’t Mean We’re Getting Richer

By Ryan McMaken March 28, 2016   Job Growth Doesn’t Mean We’re Getting Richer   In response to recent claims by the Obama administration and others that “millions of jobs” have recently been created, I examined the data here at to see if the claims were true. It turns out that job growth since […]


Baltimore’s Unemployed and the True Cost of Minimum Wages

By Hal Snarr June 28, 2015   Baltimore’s Unemployed and the True Cost of Minimum Wages   Since President Johnson first declared war on poverty in his 1964 State of the Union address, this war has cost US taxpayers $22 trillion. The primary implement of this war has and continues to be public assistance […]

Los Angeles Unions: Minimum Wage Hike for Thee, But Not for Me

By James Sherk The Daily Signal May 29, 2015   Los Angeles Unions: Minimum Wage Hike for Thee, But Not for Me     Los Angeles recently hiked its minimum wage to $15 an hour. Los Angeles unions strongly support this move, with a catch. They want the increase to apply only to non-union companies. […]



Relax Or You Will Be Fired 1

  Source: By Tyler Durden Relax Or You Will Be Fired     It’s not just Bank of America that is ‘worried’ about the health of its junior employees. As Bloomberg BusinessWeek reports, Americans eat at their desks, work longer days, and retire later than their counterparts in most other parts of the world […]

Thursday Humor: Obama “Fixes” The Economy

  Source: By Tyler Durden Thursday Humor: Obama “Fixes” The Economy   As the President loses his Millennial voting base, despite “fixing” Obamacare, his populist push for a raise to the minimum wage (who wouldn’t want more money than ‘market rates’ for doing the same shit) and class-warfare-inspiring inequality speech may be his party’s […]

Healthcare Workers Fired for Failing to Get Flu Vaccinations 3

Source: By Melissa Melton A Cincinnati-based health system has reportedly fired 150 of its 10,800 employees because they would not get vaccinated against the flu. Citing patient and staff protection, the company sent termination notices to the employees this week just ahead of Thanksgiving. If they agree to get a flu shot (which are […]

Health Care Workers To Feel A Slight Prick 1

… and that slight prick will come from  the end of a virus filled hypodermic needle.  Under the guise of the greater good for the greater numbers many hospitals are now requiring mandatory vaccinations of their employees.  Below are two such recent stories of mandatory vaccinations being used as new terms of employment.  The fist […]

When Mitt Romney Came To Town

When Mitt Romney Came To Town — Full, complete version Mitt Romney. Was he a job creator or a corporate raider? That’s the question this film answers. And it’s not pretty. Mitt Romney was not a capitalist during his reign at Bain. He was a predatory corporate raider. His firm didn’t seek to create value. […]

Ron Paul raises donations that are considered to be contrary to common sense

Ron Paul, the U.S. presidential candidate who says he’ll shrink government the most, is attracting more campaign donations than any of his Republican rivals from both U.S. government workers and employees of the biggest federal contractors. Megan Hughes reports on Bloomberg Television’s “Bottom Line.” Mark Crumpton also speaks. History teaches us that grave threats to […]