Seattle, Los Angeles, and many other cities are passing minimum-wage laws; however, history has shown that wages and prices should be set by the free market, not by government.

A vote in the European Parliament on the TTIP was postponed in the face of mounting political pressure.

It's to be hoped that common sense prevails in Topeka. It's far too soon to end the experiment which would quash the economic revival in Kansas.

In a glaring example of Orwellian double-think, advocates of ObamaTrade say that it will create jobs while at the same time saying that we must pass a Trade Adjustment Assistance bill (TAA) to provide subsidies for U.S. workers who will lose their jobs.

It wasn't just the Dow that dropped on Monday. Its sister indicators were down as well, triggering concerns that bode ill for the economy in general. 

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