Balanced budget legislation along with uneasiness about the national debt has a long history in the United States and across the globe. In the U.S., opposition to debt spending and government borrowing began just years after the creation of our government.
How to Defeat the Mexican Drug Cartels
Legalizing drugs would cut into the power and profits of the Mexican drug cartels. Their businesses would fail due to the greater competition they’d experience producing drugs. Drug smuggling would no longer be profitable, and the cartels’ side projects, like human smuggling, would take a hit.
Minimum Wage: Good Intentions, Bad Results
Since 2012 and the start of the Fight for $15 Movement began, minimum wage has been a hotly debated topic. Many people argue that raising the minimum wage will provide much needed income increases for millions of Americans. Others argue that minimum wage increases cause inflation and job loss.