The Real Minimum Wage Is Zero

By Fred Wszolek, The Blaze

The U.S. Congress in Washington, D.C. and the legislatures in many state capitals are debating whether to increase the minimum wage and, if so, by how much. The numbers are flying.

Employee Rights Act empowers workers vs. unions

By Rick Berman, Las Vegas Review-Journal

President Barack Obama and his supporters in Congress have made inequality an election-year focus. In particular, they’ve zeroed in on wage inequality, and offered up a 40 percent hike in the federal minimum wage as a cure for the “disease.”

Is Government Work A Full-Time Job

Investor’s Business Daily

A new study of government data says that since Oct. 1, federal workers, including bureaucrats and members of Congress, have worked less than three-fourths of the time. To which we respond, how can they tell?

Obama’s minimum wage move: All about unions

By Nathan Mehrens, yourhoustonnews.com

President Obama’s decision to bypass Congress and raise the minimum wage from $7.25 to $10.10 for federal contract workers is a very big deal — and not just because it will force U.S. taxpayers to shell out more money on the same inefficiently delivered, often-unnecessary government services.