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Bernie Sanders’ actions, not his empty words, show the real effects of minimum wage hikes – American Experiment

When the price of labor went up, U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders bought less of it and workers are no better off. Econ 101 strikes again. Bernie Sanders’ actions, not his empty words, show the real effects of minimum wage hikes – American Experiment When the price of labor went up, Bernie Sanders bought less of it and workers are no better off. Econ 101 strikes again....

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Why Do the Minnesota “Conservative” Energy Forum and Fresh Energy Have the Same Liberal Funders? – American Experiment

The Minnesota Conservative Energy Forum is conservative in the same way that the Democratic Republic of the Congo is both democratic, and a republic. That’s why it takes money from leftist environmental groups. Why Do the Minnesota “Conservative” Energy Forum and Fresh Energy Have the Same Liberal Funders? – American Experiment The Minnesota Conservative Energy Forum is conservative in the same way that the Democratic Republic of the Congo is both democratic, and a republic. That’s why it takes money from leftist environmental groups....

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Is Al Franken Scripting a Comeback? – American Experiment

Al Franken may regret his decision to resign from the U.S. Senate as the fall guy in the Roy Moore Alabama Senate race. But haven’t Minnesotans already moved on? Is Al Franken Scripting a Comeback? – American Experiment He’s back! Former Minnesota Senator Al Franken has burst out of hiding in a slew of media coverage raising questions over whether the ex-funnyman should have quit his job under pressure over several sexual harassment allegations. Yahoo News’s headline captures the gist of the revisionist view: S…...

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What is the ‘Conservative Energy Network’ and Why is it Backed by Leftist Funders? – American Experiment

Why are liberal donors supporting “conservative” energy groups? What is the ‘Conservative Energy Network’ and Why is it Backed by Leftist Funders? – American Experiment There is big money behind promoting wind and solar power. After all, the only reasons people build wind turbines and solar panels are because of government subsidies, state-level renewable energy mandates, and government-approved monopoly utility companies, like Xcel Energy, who build them because i…...

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