Dr. Walter Williams and Milton Friedman on the faulty logic behind the minimum wage.
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Jim asked me to reference this article as he plans to discuss it on the big radio show this morning between 9 a.m. and noon on WTIC. The minimum wage has been a frequent topic here at RVO, and this story illustrates another – yet foreign – example.
It’s a very honest question, but my guess is nobody – not one person – will dare to ask President Obama when he arrives at my alma mater on Wednesday. When you arbitrarily increase the minimum wage one, two or three dollars per hour, where does the money come from? On Feb. 4, Gov. D.P. […]
Let’s see how this goes during the next two to three years shall we? It’s not a done deal, but SeaTac Proposition 1 looks like it will pass, requiring businesses to pay hospitality and transportation workers a minimum wage of $15 per hour. The previous minimum wage was $9.19, but I’m not sure what the average pay […]
Brilliant! I consider myself a relatively smart person, I know a lot of things about a few subjects and I’ve dabbled a little bit when it comes to running a small business, working for Fortune 50s, and even helping out at start-ups … but I never had the idea to raise the minimum wage to […]
Hey, it’s an election year … why not. Late last week 100 House Democrats all got together and introduced legislation to increase the minimum wage. We’ve documented the ridiculousness of increasing the minimum wage here at RVO for years, so we’re just going to point out the obvious.
Since the minimum wage discussion is coming up on the big radio show this morning during the first half hour, I thought it would be appropriate to refer back to a few previous posts.
The American people are being sold a bill of goods – lied to – concerning the effects of a minimum wage. Federal and state minimum wage mandates do nothing to help provide a “living wage” nor does it do anything to improve the overall employment picture. Walter E. Williams’ column today discusses how this government […]
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Since Jim’s discussing the minimum wage this morning – and looking for callers to argue against his point of view on the topic – I figured I would provide a few links to past posts here on Radio Vice Online concerning the minimum wage.