The Wall Street Journal highlights this great mismatch, which has put a kink into the Beveridge Curve — traditionally used to describe the relationship between work and workers. What if the kink is permanent?
U.S. Census data shows that while jobs boom in North Dallas, Texas, the poor who are concentrated in South Dallas can’t get to where new companies need workers. Progressives conclude it’s a free-market failure to geographically allocate jobs where they’re needed, a phenomenon they dub “spatial inequality” and “job sprawl.”
Get your FREE Patriot’s Primer on American Liberty right now With new job numbers far exceeding economist expectations, and unemployment at historic lows, will Americans go to the polls in November and vote to end this growth spurt? Or is the Democratic presidential nominee doomed before he’s nominated? Bill Whittle Now with Scott Ott is […]
Democrats say they have 200 votes in the House to raise the federal minimum wage from $7.25/hour to $15. But a new study from the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) says that in addition to lifting 1.3 million households above the official poverty line, raising the minimum wage would kill up to 3.7 million jobs. Even if you think low-paid workers should make more, is there a better way to do it than with the long-arm of the federal government?
In a week of shockers, one of the biggest may be a CNN story reporting on President Donald Trump’s ‘winning streak’. Is the ‘fake news’ media ‘woke’ to the truth? Will the contagion catch at the NY Times and Washington Post? Watch and share this episode of Bill Whittle Now. Join the citizen-producer crew that […]