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  1. 8 minutes ago on Lisa Benson

    That is part of the issue. True. But only part of it.

  2. 8 minutes ago on Lisa Benson

    OK. You said: “Do “minimum wage” laws tend to increase unemployment for entry/unskilled laborers?” Then I said: “What do you think the answer is?” That seems clear to me. And you answered “I think Thomas Sowell was correct.” But I pointed out that Sowell was addressing more than just entry level and low skilled labor, unlike your question. Now that the court reporter has read back the testimony, would you be so kind as to answer what you think about minimum wage laws and their effect specifically on entry/unskilled laborers?

  3. 20 minutes ago on Shoe

    Didn’t know about the song from the Flirts. I did know about the parody from Weird Al “I love Rocky Road”. The line above was, of course, from “I love rock and roll”, written by by Alan Merrill and Jake Hooker and then popularized by Joan Jett and the Blackhearts in the 80s. Now I have the earworm . . .

  4. 35 minutes ago on Lisa Benson

    But Sowell was not addressing just entry/unskilled laborers (“many workers” is what he said): “Unfortunately, the real minimum wage is always zero, regardless of the laws, and that is the wage that many workers receive in the wake of the creation or escalation of a government-mandated minimum wage, because they lose their jobs or fail to find jobs when they enter the labor force.” Please answer my question with regard to your question. Thank you.

  5. about 1 hour ago on Clay Jones

    You forgot to mention that Hunter’s 9 “new” indictments are merely warmed over charges from before he paid his taxes and so the whole thing is moot. “Based on the facts and the law, if Hunter’s last name was anything other than Biden, the charges in Delaware, and now California, would not have been brought,” defense attorney Abbe Lowell said in a statement. “First, U.S. Attorney Weiss bowed to Republican pressure to file unprecedented and unconstitutional gun charges to renege on a non-prosecution resolution. Now, after five years of investigating with no new evidence — and two years after Hunter paid his taxes in full — the U.S. Attorney has piled on nine new charges when he had agreed just months ago to resolve this matter with a pair of misdemeanors.” “I wrote U.S. Attorney Weiss days ago seeking a customary meeting to discuss this investigation,” he continued. “The response was media leaks today that these charges were being filed. All these issues will now be addressed in various courts, the first to occur this Monday when the prosecutors knew our motions to dismiss their first set of questionable charges would be filed.” Lowell said all of Hunter Biden’s back taxes were paid in full more than two years ago and that he has since been up-to-date with his filings and taxes. Lowell also said his client was suffering from a serious drug addiction during the period of unpaid taxes." So, Weiss is rewarming the stew. BFD.

  6. about 1 hour ago on Clay Bennett

    Gaetz needs someone looking a lot younger – he must be a difficult customer . . .

  7. about 1 hour ago on Clay Bennett

    I think you mischaracterized her as a wacko. She’s against the wackos. but you knew that.

  8. about 1 hour ago on Lisa Benson

    What do you think the answer is?

  9. about 2 hours ago on Steve Kelley

    He is just childish. There is no sense arguing with him – you will get no facts or logic from him.

  10. 1 day ago on Lisa Benson

    Final answer: “several studies have found that an increase in the minimum wage changes employment little, if at all.” So, probably not, but it depends on several non-wage factors. (BTW, repetition makes you sound like a little kid asking “why?” several times in a row.)