Friday, June 30, 2017

Repeat after me: Seattle's minimum wage has gone too far

Let's all echo free-market, individual responsibilty talking points

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Average yearly income of top 1% in America: $1.3 million.  (Axios, 6/21/2017)
Why it matters: The yawning gap between U.S. haves and have nots is only growing more severe, and there are no signs that the trend will slow on its own. These are the numbers Bernie Sanders studied before wagering that the Democratic Party's path to electoral success is through aggressive economic populism.

From a different perspective

Related post:
You can't afford a place to live on the federal minimum wage.  (6/30/2017)

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