by Gary S. Goldman For many American workers, minimum-wage employment was a temporary, teenage condition, as we bussed tables, stocked shelves, or cleaned rooms for tiny paychecks before moving on to more financially rewarding work. However in 2011, 3.8 million American workers -- most of whom were out of their teens -- earned the federal … Continue reading Guest Commentary: Will Increasing the Minimum Wage Hurt or Help Employees & Businesses?
Today on DaTechGuy on DaRadio our first hour guest is John Nolte of Breitbart.com We'll be talking Christie, the jobs report and if the Christie lane business is just the latest distraction for the press to talk about something other than Obamacare the economy etc etc etc.... In the second hour it's our Magnificent Panel … Continue reading DaTechGuy on DaRadio Noon EST John Nolte
By Steve Eggleston Before I begin disassembling the December jobs report, I need to provide an update on the lawfare against conservatives here in Wisconsin. The Wall Street Journal is reporting that the current judge overseeing the John Doe investigation has quashed subpoenas against the Walker campaign and three conservative groups, including two of the … Continue reading The December jobs report – more ugly
By Pastor George Kelly: In 2008, the American people elected Senator Barack Obama as the first president of African-American ancestry. Mr. Obama’s election win was a combination of different factors. The American people were upset with many different issues of the Bush II beleaguered Presidency. Wars in both Afghanistan and Iraq; the debacle known as … Continue reading A Question for the Press