January 24, 2020
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How Do We Serve Our Fellow Man?

An interesting question, don’t you think? Using the example of mowing another’s lawn, George Mason University economist, Walter Williams, explored this very topic (Understanding Liberals, Creators, 2011). He writes: “For doing so, you pay me $20. I...

Raising Workplace Morale

I entered the newly designed express lane at the grocery store, said “Hi” to the cashier, and then realized I was on the back side of the lane, which looked exactly like the front side! The cashier said, with evident frustration, “It’s happened a...

What Kind Of Worker Am I?

This weekend we celebrate Labor Day. While we have gotten away from the origins of this holiday (to celebrate the rights of those who labor), it is a good opportunity to reflect on how we work whether at home, in an office or factory or store, or at...

Wages, Capitalism, And Morality: Part II

(Note: Part I documented that the minimum wage harms the very people it is designed to help and the popular alternative—letting capitalism work, unencumbered by regulations—encourages practices that cry out for reform. It concluded by suggesting...

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