The delay in approving the final leg of the Keystone XL pipeline is unncessarily costing property damage and lives.
Small cheap robots are doing for small manufacturers what table tablets are doing for fast-food restaurants: making paychecks stretch further.
According to Russell Gold at the Wall Street Journal, the fracking boom “has already lasted longer than anyone would’ve imagined just a decade ago and has more room to run. That’s because oil and natural gas wells have become more productive — an unrecognized but potent trend that should keep the fuel flowing.”
Minimum-wage laws have unintended consequences, including hurting the very people they're allegedly designed to help.