Monthly Archives: December 2013

Success and the Minimum Wage – Part 3

The minimum wage act is not technically a welfare program.  It is, in effect, a regulation on a private contract between an employer and an employee.  But it’s purpose is aimed at the same class of individuals that most of … Continue reading

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Success and the Minimum Wage – Part 2

There was a popular Peter Paul and Mary song a few years ago called “If I had a hammer”.  The primary line in the song was, “If I had a hammer, I’d hammer in the morning, I’d hammer in the … Continue reading

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Success and the Minimum Wage

One of the issues or questions in the news today concerns raising the minimum wage.  There are reasonable arguments on each side of the question, but most of the public discussion as reported in the media is political.  It’s been … Continue reading

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