Archive for September 29th, 2010

Employment Policy Institute – Minimum Wage Punishes Teens

Wednesday, September 29th, 2010

After decades of empirical research, economists understand that minimum wage increases aren’t much good at reducing poverty, but they’re very good at keeping less-skilled teens out of a job.

Why I’ve Decided to Be My Own Boss – Darryn “Dutch” Martin

Wednesday, September 29th, 2010

After more than a decade of working for the federal government, I quit. I gave up the steady paycheck. I gave up the benefits. I gave up all of the security that a job such as that offers.

I quit to become an entrepreneur. I’m striking out on my own.

Concerned Women for America – LABOR DAY 2010: Excessive influence of Big Labor on Obama Administration and Congress has been disastrous for American workers and the Nation’s economy

Wednesday, September 29th, 2010

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Employment Policy Institute – Many Uninsured By Choice

Wednesday, September 29th, 2010

Though a new report from the Census Bureau says that 50.7 million Americans went without health insurance last year (“Census: 1 in 7 Americans live in poverty,” Sept. 16), this statistic doesn’t provide a complete picture of the nation’s uninsured.

K-State – Distance Education Aids Military Spouse In Degree Completion (HONOLULU, HAWAII)

Wednesday, September 29th, 2010

Source: Melinda Sinn, 785-532-5888, sinnpio@k-state.edu
Website: http://www.optionsplusmilitary.k-state.edu
News release prepared by: Abigail Crouse, 785-532-5888, acrouse@k-state.edu
DISTANCE EDUCATION AIDS MILITARY SPOUSE IN DEGREE COMPLETION

MANHATTAN — After moving four times and attending four different universities, Brianne Hancock, Honolulu, Hawaii, found herself wondering how she would ever finish her bachelor’s degree. (more…)

Jack Cashill in American Thinker – Sneak Preview: The Hijacking of the 2010 Election

Wednesday, September 29th, 2010

Through a combination of massive, Somali-driven voter fraud, stunning Election Board incompetence, and the willful blindness of the Kansas City Star, machine Democrat J.J. Rizzo managed to beat conservative Democrat Will Royster by one vote in a Missouri State House primary on August 3.