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    on Aug 12, 2014
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    on Aug 12, 2014
    Sometimes people confuse the "Labor theory of property" and the "Labor theory of value," when they are actually quite different. This article will clear up the confusion.The Labor theory of property is simply the idea...
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    on Jun 18, 2014
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  • "Unified Primary" = bad idea
    on Jun 18, 2014
    You may have encountered an initiative to end primary elections for political parties, turning them in to one preliminary election where you can vote for as many people as you want, then the top two, regardless of party, face off...
  • The Problems with Criminalizing Cutting an Employee's Hours
    on Feb 17, 2014
    A bill has been proposed in Oregon to criminalize cutting a worker's hours to avoid paying health benefits. The question is, what are the likely effects of this bill? Apart from the obvious, workers immediately not having their...
  • The Problems with Criminalizing Cutting an Employee's Hours
    on Feb 17, 2014
    A bill has been proposed in Oregon to criminalize cutting a worker's hours to avoid paying health benefits. The question is, what are the likely effects of this bill? Apart from the obvious, workers immediately not having their...
  • What to ask minimum-wage supporters
    on Jan 3, 2014
    On January 1, the minimum wage went up to $9.10 in Oregon. You may have also seen calls to raise the Federal minimum wage. This article is dedicated to what to ask people who support minimum wage:1. Do...
  • What to ask minimum-wage supporters
    on Jan 3, 2014
    On January 1, the minimum wage went up to $9.10 in Oregon. You may have also seen calls to raise the Federal minimum wage. This article is dedicated to what to ask people who support minimum wage:1. Do...
  • Thanksgiving Break boycotts: Harmful or effective?
    on Nov 29, 2013
    Throughout this month, one would be hard-pressed not to have come upon calls for boycotting stores on Thanksgiving Day and/or Black Friday. The question is whether such boycotts help or hurt the cause behind them, namely to get...
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    on Nov 29, 2013
    Throughout this month, one would be hard-pressed not to have come upon calls for boycotting stores on Thanksgiving Day and/or Black Friday. The question is whether such boycotts help or hurt the cause behind them, namely to get...
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