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What ‘The Office’ Can Teach Gen Z About The Dignity Of Work Amid Our Labor Crisis

Today’s biggest fans of NBC’s “The Office,” were watching cartoons when the show first debuted more than 16 years ago. Most of the Gen Z fans that fuel “The Office’s” cult following were introduced to the series on Netflix, several years after the show came to an end in 2013. Unsurprisingly, young fans lost their minds on Twitter when NBC…

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Today’s Left To Americans: You Can’t Make It Without Welfare

New York Times columnist David Brooks recently argued that Democrats’ proposed trillions of dollars in new government spending would provide dignity for the common man. Brooks misses not just the fact that the Biden agenda would undermine work, robbing millions of middle-class Americans of the dignity of a job, but also the patronizing premise underlying the left’s goals. In the…

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Is There Any Hope For The Great American Work Ethic?

On Labor Day, a local ABC News affiliate in Alabama published the dejected headline “Jobless Americans have few options as benefits expire” with what we could only wish was a tongue-in-cheek photo of a giant, all-caps “NOW HIRING” sign. The post garnered deserved mockery on Twitter, pointing out that businesses desperate to hire workers offer a straightforward option to many jobless…

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Joe Biden’s Economy Is Already A Disaster. Here Is The Chart That Proves It

What is all this “Biden inflation tax” talk really about? What is the actual effect of inflation on the lives of real people? Well, below is a chart that compares yearly wage and inflation rates for each month from 2017 through July of this year using Bureau of Labor Statistics data. Wage rates are in blue and inflation (as measured by the consumer price…

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In The Last Year, Congress Sent A Typical Family $27,000 To $110,000 In Cash

Between April 2020 and September 2021, Congress will have sent a typical American family of four at least $26,600 and possibly up to $109,048 in cash “COVID relief,” according to a new House GOP analysis. The analysis concludes the following: — The average family of four with both parents out of work will receive $109,048 or more in government COVID…

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