For generations, manufacturing jobs have been fleeing the United States. The reason for this is unquestionably the ever-increasing minimum wage and the extremely intrusive regulatory environment government imposed upon the citizens and entrepreneurs of America. Millions of Americans, rightfully so, are very concerned that the medications and products they need every day to stay alive may very well be in short supply soon. The reason this is a real possibility is politicians’ unquenchable lust for power, and huge, slow to adapt and innovate corporations’ that desire monopolies to destroy smaller, more agile, although less affluent, competitors.
The result is an American population almost completely dependent upon other countries, predominantly China, for critical, lifesaving products and medications, and why America could face a much more deadly problem than the Coronavirus itself. Read more →
A politically imposed minimum wage¹ is considered by all democrats and many republicans to be an effort to improve the earning potential of less skilled workers. If this was true, is it not contradictory that those who support such government intrusion into employment agreements also support a massive influx of low-skilled workers who will unquestionably be hired, trained, and employed far below the minimum wage they supposedly support?
If such people were truly concerned that low skilled workers were not making a living wage, why would they at the same time welcome and enable those who will willfully and predominantly fill these jobs at a much lower rate?
Although these questions appear puzzling, when one understands the real intent of this politically motivated effort, the answer is quite clear.
Although the masses of people who support the minimum wage are either too lazy to do much more than parrot talking points or too unintelligent to think otherwise, the vast majority of politicians know exactly what they are doing and their true goal is shocking: Read more →