Minimum wage

Leftist Christians Target Florida Governor’s Race

Democrats Gillum and King will cloak their campaign in the mantle of churches across Florida but make no mistake about their ideology – it is the same Far Left ideology of open borders, sanctuary cities, big government, socialism and abortion on demand that their backers billionaires George Soros, Tom Steyer and other “progressive” Democrats stand for.

It Isn’t Just Trump vs. Bernie In Florida Governor’s Race

The aim of billionaires Tom Steyer, George Soros and their network of Far-Left megadonors isn’t just electing another progressive governor in Florida, it is putting Florida out of reach for Republican presidential candidates forever. We’ve already made our contribution to Ron DeSantis and we urge all CHQ readers and friends to do the same through this link.

How Far Left Can Democrats Go?

Democratic - Socialist congressional candidate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is hardly the only radical Far-Left Democrat on the ballot this November, nor is she in many respects the most radical.

Philip Haney’s Paul Revere Ride To Warn Michigan Voters About Abdulrahman Mohamed El-Sayed

Soros-backed Democratic candidate for Governor of Michigan Abdulrahman Mohamed El Sayed is a text book example of the Red – Green Axis of the hard Left and Muslim Brotherhood-style Sharia-supremacist Islamist. We urge CHQ readers to forward this informative article to all of their family, friends and contacts in Michigan so they can act upon this information when they vote in the August 7 Michigan Primary Election.

New Poll: Voters Will Reward Trump with Continued Majorities in Congress

Conservatives responding to the latest FedUp PAC poll are confident that President Trump’s voters are still behind him, with almost 89% saying that Republicans will hold their Congressional majorities in the 2018 elections.  Less than 5% expect Democrats to win a majority which would give them the votes needed for impeachment.

Minimum Wage Increases Are Harming People They Were Meant to Help

Charles Blahous, CNS News

The purpose of minimum wage laws is generally to increase vulnerable Americans’ income security.  But this tactic comes with a price – specifically, to reduce the opportunities of inexperienced, low-skill workers such as many American teenagers are – to hold jobs.  It appears that higher minimum wage laws not only deprive many young Americans of opportunities to earn wages as teenagers, but may even lower their expected income over the rest of their lives.

Minimum wage myth bumps painfully into reality

Editors, Washington Examiner

The public generally likes the idea of a minimum wage, whatever its merits, and are willing to accept some trade-offs for it. In ballot referenda, even conservative jurisdictions have voted overwhelmingly for modest increases to the minimum. But that doesn't mean these laws actually improve the lot of low-wage workers, or represent a serious strategy for ending poverty.

Government Makes The Poor Poorer

Stephen Moore, Investor's Business Daily

Could it be that the gridlock and polarization in Washington could be ended by a bipartisan reform movement to scout out and remove laws and rules that hurt those at the bottom of the income scale the most? One universal goal that we should all agree on and aspire to is equality of opportunity — which these laws squelch.

A window into the $15 wage hypocrite's world

Editors, Washington Examiner

A massive, 100 percent increase in the minimum wage will not translate to a massive pay hike for those making it, as proponents fancifully hope. What it will do is make the cheapest jobs substantially more expensive to staff. Companies will adjust to government meddling by finding new ways to do the same work with fewer people.

OCare's Min. Wage Hike=Job Killer

Patrick Howley, Daily Caller

Obamacare’s employer mandate, which requires businesses to provide health coverage to full-time workers, raises the cost of employing a single person by $2.24 per hour. Job cuts and downsizing can be expected, according to a significant new report by the Heritage Foundation.