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How To Help Fast-Food Workers

August 11, 2013

Doubling the minimum wage may seem like a good way to help fast-food workers, but it would hurt them instead....

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Monkeyboy

Aug-14-13 2:06 PM

How is a Conservative think-tank in Fairfax Virginia a LOCAL commentary??? This is even sillier than getting their articles from the idiots a Grove City Christian College. What's the matter, P-J? Can't you find any literate Conservatives in this area?

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johnee

Aug-11-13 12:34 PM

Agree with carlaw except our schools do a disservice to its customers, the students. No longer in high school are trades taught for the ones who are not able or ready for college. Also, the college's which offer degrees which the only jobs are teaching that program at the college, leaving the student in debt with a diploma which is worthless then the paper it is written one.

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carlaw

Aug-11-13 6:46 AM

That's why it pays to acquire marketable skills. (Rotten government schools handicap the most vulnerable Americans."

I think not. Rather, the "rotten" breakdown of family structure, poor work ethic, and entitlement mentality has produced "rotten" students who see no reason to work for a better life. Until we stop rewarding this behavior we will just get more of it.

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