The rise of the “stable” economy

By Steve Eggleston I've been struggling to understand why the Left is happy with the worst post-recession recovery since before the Great Depression. Then I happened upon this MacIver Institute story on a Milwaukee Area Technical College economics professor who also is the director of the local chapter of something called the Center of the … Continue reading The rise of the “stable” economy

The $15 an Hour Cause Meets the $30 Pizza Effect

This morning I wrote about a business that answered the $15 minimum wage in SF with Robots eliminating many of those positions. Via Lynn on Twitter we see a SF business that has gone in the other direction since April, along with newly printed menus, every table sports a laminated card explaining just what a … Continue reading The $15 an Hour Cause Meets the $30 Pizza Effect

The $15 hr Cause meets the Robot Effect in San Francisco

There is a new fast food chain that is opening up in San Francisco per this report at KQED: San Francisco’s Newest Fast Food: Healthy, Cheap and Served by Robots Do tell: Across the country, restaurants are looking for innovative ways to keep humans out of the picture. But what’s unique about Eatsa is the … Continue reading The $15 hr Cause meets the Robot Effect in San Francisco

The Avalon Hill Election 2016 Challenge

One of my favorite things for many years were the games of the Avalon Hill company. From Civilization (the game where you need to give up a day's sleep to play, but it's worth it) to Age of Renaissance, to 1830 (a Railroad game), Source of the Nile and dozens of others I exercised my … Continue reading The Avalon Hill Election 2016 Challenge