Posts Tagged ‘ John Carney ’

The Bane of the Cheap Labor Lobby

It turns out that a convergence of factors is forcing the mainstream media’s favorite martyrs to raise wage rates beyond subsistence levels. It’s bad enough that our nation’s put-upon farmers have to pay their imported peons a reasonable wage, but now they’re being forced to hire American teenagers! Have you ever heard of such...
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The Limits of Diversity

  Diversity is our strength, even when it’s our greatest weakness. The experience of Australia isn’t unique, something the ostracized  Frenchman, Swede, and Norwegian can attest to, when they’re given the opportunity. Contrary to popular, i.e. elite consensus, mass immigration has not been an economic boon to ordinary Australians, despite an emphasis upon skilled...
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It’s Happening

It’s Happening

The debate of the century-or possibly, the decade-is taking place tomorrow evening at Columbia Law School. Bob Murphy faces off against Warren Mosler in a debate moderated by CNBC’s John Carney.  You can RSVP to the event’s Facebook page, or go directly to the web-page created specifically for this event. Details provided below.
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Two Americans (A Postscript)

Two Americans (A Postscript)

One of the most frustrating aspects of the immigration monologue that’s unfolded over the past few years is the inability of one side-representing those who are committed to open borders and an uninterrupted stream of mass immigration-to acknowledge the legitimacy of the concerns expressed by their opponents, despite the fact that they constitute a...
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May Day: Part II (Marx v. Washington)

May Day: Part II (Marx v. Washington)

The purpose of  last Wednesday’s events, like the marches and rallies staged on Cinco de Mayo, was to pressure elected officials in Washington D.C. into repeating the same disastrous mistakes of the past. In this case, a wholesale amnesty which would cost upwards of six trillion dollars in the coming decades. While most of...
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Replaceable Americans

With the release of yet another deceptively glowing government report on the number of people filing jobless claims, it’s perhaps a good time to look at the true state of our economy. Which-excepting favored political demographics-is grim indeed, even according to the vaunted Bureau of Labor Statistics. And, as we’ve noted many times in...
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