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Dumb SEC Rule and the “Land of Limitations”

Before 2009 wage stagnation and rising inequality were all the fault of George W. Bush and his “tax cuts for the rich.” Now that these problems have become much worse under Barack Obama, they are “America’s problem” and “a long-term … Continue reading

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CBO Highlights ObamaCare’s Assault on Social Mobility

The new CBO Report further underscores a point we have been making for several years—Obamacare hurts employment growth in many ways: CBO concludes that the equivalent of nearly 2.5 million jobs will not be filled because if you earn too … Continue reading

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Implications of a Part-Time America

Economists are slowly, belatedly noticing how Obamacare will shift the U.S. labor force toward part-time work, something I have been writing about for a few years.  The obvious avenue is the 50/30 rule–employers must provide insurance if they employ 50 … Continue reading

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