Two college professors from the University of Redlands, California, predict that over the next two decades 65 percent of the jobs in Las Vegas will be done by robots.

Jobs reports are becoming less and less relevant to measuring an economy's performance.

The government has a spending problem. It's one problem that isn't even on the radar screen.

There are only two conclusions that might be drawn by a study that acknowledges the predicted economic pain inflicted on the poor by Seattle's mandated minimum-wage increase: Either the members of the Seattle City Council are abysmally economically ignorant, or they intended the results of their actions.

Occupational licensure laws are inimical to liberty and artificially create monopolies and increase prices.

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