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Budget Deal? Entitlements? National Debt? Affordable Energy?…

To The Honorable, Budget Deal? Entitlements? National Debt? Affordable Energy? Federal Reserve? Gold Standard? Big Oil? Social Security? Medicare? Health Care? Green? and ? Let no other pursuit precede the restoration of a just, Living Wage. Until this has been restored to every individual who labors among us, much of our labor is done in … Continue reading

Independance!

The right of every individual to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, independently. As soon at that individual enlists the help of another, their independent rights must be governed, in light of the same independent rights, held by the one they have enlisted to help. In the case of employment, having the right to … Continue reading

GOP mantra: Just Wages are Entitlements

Having read a post by By CQ Staff on Congress.org titled “GOP mantra: Entitlements” it got me thinking, what in the world have we come to when we classify a living wage as an entitlement? Really, the root cause of the many injustices we have within our system is based on the defrauding of the … Continue reading

Bound by Oath

Our elected officials are bound by oath to uphold the U.S. Constitution, not the will of the people. Only an oppressor would seek to destroy the Constitution in lieu of their agenda, for in so doing, they would in effect, be imposing their will upon the liberties of others. Article VI – Debts, Supremacy, Oaths … Continue reading

Saying Yes to a Living Wage

I don’t want to live like you…I just want to live! Living not on social services, but on independent wages. A living wage offering the individual enough to lawfully sustain their-self, individually. Those desiring social services seek to live based on the welfare of others as opposed to the earnings of a just wage. A … Continue reading

Deliberating Wages

The Free Market argument for unjust wages. “For example, ask yourself if, all else equal, you would hire me for $7 per hour if I can only generate an average of $5.15 per hour of revenue for your firm. Clearly you would not. As a result, many unskilled workers who seek employment cannot find a … Continue reading

To The Honorable,

Creating more jobs loses it’s luster, if those jobs created do not afford the individual, the ability to sustain their-self, individually. How can we allow corporations to employee individuals, earning them a profit, in many cases millions and in some cases billions, yet classify those who earn such profits as smart enough to make others … Continue reading