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by | Sep 26, 2022

“Quiet quitting” is not just a 2022 rage. No, in fact, in 1970, when massive new regulatory laws spawned additional government agencies, along came the quiet-quitting life. People looked at the bureaucracies’ hiring binges and said: “Wait, you’re telling me…

by | Sep 23, 2022

Henry Ford was the antithesis of Elon Musk. The latter uses government to force people into cars that are more expensive and less practical, thereby diminishing personal mobility. The former designed and built a car that cost less (each successive…

by and | Sep 16, 2022

The mutual fund industry has gone “woke.” It’s not just the asset managers who screen socially “unacceptable” companies in industries involving, say, guns, fossil fuels, tobacco, or gambling. Those have been around for decades. No, there’s something else amiss. And…

by | Sep 12, 2022

The combination of class action lawsuits and contingency fee payment arrangements has reached its apotheosis in today’s mass tort system. Not only is this flawed system harming American business to the tune of well over $300 billion annually, but it…

by | Aug 31, 2022

SACRAMENTO, Calif — Only three years ago, California’s Democratic legislators stumbled upon an amazing “easy button” idea for boosting the wages and benefits of ride-share drivers and other independent contractors. Apparently unaware of the economic concept of “unintended consequences,” they…

by | Aug 11, 2022

The staff of a Starbucks in Buffalo, New York, walked out of their store on Wednesday after worker Sam Amato was fired on Aug. 5, a decision the workers believe was motivated by Amato’s push to unionize the Buffalo store….

by | Aug 1, 2022

U.S. District Court Judge Cormac Carney refused to remove Visa from a lawsuit alleging that the credit card company helped pornography giant MindGeek profit from child pornography. Carney concluded in a 33-page decision that “the Court can comfortably infer that…

by | Jul 30, 2022

If you shop at Dick’s Sporting Goods, you can buy footballs, basketballs, golf clubs, water bottles, tennis shoes, kayaks, backpacks, bikes, helmets, hats, fishing gear, knives, bows, and all sorts of sporting gear and goods. And you can also help…

by | Jul 25, 2022

“Starbucks’ New Logo,” editorial cartoon by Yogi Love for The American Spectator, July 25, 2022.

by | Jul 21, 2022

Despite opposition from unionized employees, Starbucks is facing at least 16 store closures in major cities, thanks to woke corporate decision-making and the radical criminal justice and bail reform policies of inner-city Democrats, which have led to drug use within…

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