..and it usually comes with performance commission, bonus, etc. Do we think that many minimum wage workers, sure there would be a segment that would be highly motivated, would perform to standards to crack the piñata of high performance? There are already jobs like this out there.
 May 19, 2016 at 4:33pm
Just raised the overtime law a move that will hurt the american worker. I pay my salaried employees straight time for their overtime. I have to stop that starting 12/1/16 becasue I can’t afford time and a half. I will also have to limit them to 40 hrs per week. Less money in their pockets.
Nice job Perz. Taking more from the American worker
Apparently that is news to both of us! Might be the least noticeable candidate ever.........
January 29, 2016 at 9:49am
“dry” is accurate
 January 27, 2016 at 10:31am
So we negotiate with terroist nations like Iran we swap prisoners of war with Al Qida in Afghanistan to bring home a traitor but we shoot Americans protesting the government?
Looters and murderers can tear up Baltimore and Ferguson and we need to give them space, the police need to stand down but ranchers occupying a minor bird refuge need to be killed?
Government is messed up.
Nobody "needed to be killed." Apparently Finicum was armed and charged at police officers.
 January 15, 2016 at 2:47pm
Rubio lost a LOT of people with his pro-amnesty insanity. Not very wide appeal to conservatives that just want the government to follow the law.
 January 13, 2016 at 8:57pm
Most Cops don’t trust people. They think everyone is guilty and they just have to dig deep enough. At least that has been my experience.
 January 13, 2016 at 10:04am
From his bad joke. He didn’t eliminate the rule the EPA still classifies Animal Fat as oil. the Dairy/agriculture lobby had to sue the government to get an exception for milk.
 January 6, 2016 at 5:42pm
“consumers should not expect a noticeable increase in the prices of milk or other dairy products as there is an ample supply” Probably more due to the fact that dairy, like all agriculture, is heavily subsidized. It is not a true market and the prices are essentially set by the government.
Big Agra at work. Too many cows on feedlots instead of grazing openly. What we need is sensible cow control laws.
Farmers are like the majority of Americans, like to tell everyone how conservative they are and then you find out that they’ve been on government welfare since 1922 and stole 20 billion from the ashes of their children’s future last year.
At least they weren’t able to convince the government to raise the price of milk to 7 a gallon last year, because you know… CLM.
It is not that dairy farmers are subsidized, but rather that the government, once again, interferes with the free market by setting prices which, in some regions, are below the cost of production. This drives small farmers out of business and favors mass producers.
If there is such ample supply why does a freaking steak cost ten dollars a pound?
Could they at least use a photo of dairy cattle rather than beef cattle?
No matter what the true situation is, this will be an excuse for milk to take a spike, especially in Texas if not country-wide. 'Tis the American way.
 January 6, 2016 at 5:05pm
If Obama had a son he would ‘dislike’ Hickok45.
 January 5, 2016 at 3:24pm
New EO or law not required, they could just use the IRS to audit all the doctors who are not ‘properly’ reporting information.
 January 5, 2016 at 3:22pm
You should talk to your doctor about your irrational thoughts.