Come January, California's new “equal pay” law will serve nicely as additional incentive for more California companies to leave the state.

Where the state of the American economy is concerned, there are the official unemployment figures, and there are the real figures. Guess which are higher.

An underfunded pension plan can be compared to the welfare state in America: Beneficiaries are going to be sorely disappointed.

If Congress does not address the growing national debt, Congressional Budget Office Director Keith Hall warned, it will soon reach a "tipping point."

Progressives in Seattle suffer from a blind spot — economic reality — that is causing exactly the opposite reaction to their new minimum-wage policy than anticipated. 

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