– The New York Times
Have upper-middle-class Americans been winners in the modern economy – or victims? That question has been the subject of a debate recently among economists, writers and others.
From the editorial page of Reason: “Hiking the cost of labor is a popular cause once again- even among people who’ve demonstrated in the past that they know perfectly well this is a recipe for limiting opportunity and trapping people in poverty.”
– The National Law Review
For several years now, union and non-union employers have been stuck between a rock and a hard place because of dissonance between anti-discrimination laws and the National Labor Relations Act.
In-N-Out Burger Inc. won’t get a chance to convince the U.S. Supreme Court that it should be allowed to ban workers from wearing buttons supporting a union-backed campaign for higher minimum wages and stronger workplace rights.