Friday, July 22, 2011
National Review Calls for Minimum Wage Reform
In February 2009, I wrote a 10 point plan to economic recovery. On many of these points, national media and analysts are now coming around and embracing most of these points. Now, the national review has come out to speak against the ills of the minimum wage, calling for a training wage for teens. Eliminating the minimum wage was my #1 point to economic recovery because of its trickle down effect on illegals, inflation, and employment. A training wage for teens is a good start and I would vote for it, but the same principles that go into calling for a training wage should apply to everyone. Let's just call it off altogether.
Posted by jrchaard at 9:25 AM