Wednesday, July 13, 2016
Here is how the monthly employment figures should actually be done.
“I’m Yolanda Vega. And June’s first number is 2. The next number is 8. The next number is 7…”
The Labor Department should get itself one of those Lotto cages with the white ping-pong balls inside. And then it should have Yolanda and her “draw team” colleagues pick the numbers randomly.
That would be much more logical and cost efficient than how Labor — with its billion-dollar budget — now does its monthly employment survey. And it would probably produce a more accurate reading of what the economy.Read more here: http://nypost.com/2016/07/09/labor-deptartments-job-numbers-might-as-well-come-from-a-lottery/
Saturday, May 21, 2016
Obama’s Egregious Overtime Rules Attack Prosperity and Worker Rights
Saturday, April 30, 2016
The Cruelty and Carnage of the Minimum Wage: The Case of Tad
Saturday, April 23, 2016
UC Berkeley Touts $15 Wage Law, Then Fires Hundreds After It Passes
Tuesday, April 19, 2016
The Minimum Wage Makes Teens Unemployable, So Taxpayers Are Paying $5.5 Billion to Find Them Jobs | Foundation For Economic Education |
Monday, April 18, 2016
More Of The Same
"Now Ford is moving its engine and transmission plants to Mexico. This was decided before the presidential campaigns, although due to its timing it is more highly politicized.
“Today’s announcement…is a disappointment and very troubling,” UAW President Dennis Williams said in a statement. “For every investment in Mexico it means jobs that could have and should have been available right here in the USA.”
"The bottom line is the bottom line. Ford wants to make more profitable and affordable cars. Who can make that happen? UAW employees averaging about $60/hour in wages and benefits? Or Mexican employees averaging at about $8/hour? UAW President must be struggling with the math a little. It’s not job for job.
"It’s one thing to read about companies leaving the US. It’s another when companies KEEP leaving the US. People can point and scream at those corporations, calling them unpatriotic, but at the end of the day the United States has proven to be inhospitable to businesses. For that matter, given the growing rate of expatriation and citizenship renunciation year over year, it would appear that the United States is likewise proving to be inhospitable to the individual."
Article here: http://www.globalwealthprotection.com/more-of-the-same/