As a companion post to yesterday's Minimum Wage article, let's take a look at the history and consequences of minimum wage, as told by Don Boudreaux, American libertarian economist, author, and economics professor.
Ugh, Trump, right? We can't ignore him, but reading post after post after post about him kinda kills the "vibe" of I-A-B, so I'm going to try to combine all Trump posts into one all-inclusive Trump post from here on out.
After the World Trade Centers' three buildings collapsed the way it did on 9/11, the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology said it was fire was the cause. This group of scientists and engineers don't believe it.
It's produced by PBS so you know it has to be legit, right? It aired last month and it digs deep into the psychological impact of 9/11 as examined highly-credentialed scientists, engineers, and military analysts.
What happened? One minute, Beck was an Dadaist performance artist who played coffeehouses and small bars in Los Angeles. Now he's making music to listen to on a Sunday morning while you try to get rid of your hangover.