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hominishostilis:

freeplanetickettonorthkorea:

theheritagefoundation:

What Happened to Chicago’s Crime Rate When Illinois Relaxed Gun Control Laws
via The Daily Signal

See Gun Control doesn’t work… TAKE NOTES EUROPE!

Amazing

hominishostilis:

freeplanetickettonorthkorea:

theheritagefoundation:

What Happened to Chicago’s Crime Rate When Illinois Relaxed Gun Control Laws

via The Daily Signal

See Gun Control doesn’t work… TAKE NOTES EUROPE!

Amazing

thebsdboys:

OK first you’re being a total dick right now,

thebsdboys:

OK first you’re being a total dick right now,

sigsauer-ist:

captainchip:

sigsauer-ist:

i have an idea, why not say FOR COMPANIES THAT have a net profit of over $1 million, their minimum pay rate is now $15/hr or whatever

What if we offered incentives, like tax breaks, to companies that pay all their employees $15/hr or more?

idk man what about a combination of both, if you’re insanely profitable you’re required to, if not then there’s incentives for you to?

Well I think the problem with giving it to those that are considered extremely profitable is that they would see it as punishing success, but I guess it depends on how you put it into law. 
Normally I’m straight up against raising the minimum wage. But if you could find a way to do both, and find a way to put that first thing in where the companies don’t feel like they’re being screwed, then I would totally support that. I don’t know what you would have to do to implement that though.

sigsauer-ist:

captainchip:

sigsauer-ist:

i have an idea, why not say FOR COMPANIES THAT have a net profit of over $1 million, their minimum pay rate is now $15/hr or whatever

What if we offered incentives, like tax breaks, to companies that pay all their employees $15/hr or more?

idk man what about a combination of both, if you’re insanely profitable you’re required to, if not then there’s incentives for you to?

Well I think the problem with giving it to those that are considered extremely profitable is that they would see it as punishing success, but I guess it depends on how you put it into law. 

Normally I’m straight up against raising the minimum wage. But if you could find a way to do both, and find a way to put that first thing in where the companies don’t feel like they’re being screwed, then I would totally support that. I don’t know what you would have to do to implement that though.

sigsauer-ist:

i have an idea, why not say FOR COMPANIES THAT have a net profit of over $1 million, their minimum pay rate is now $15/hr or whatever

What if we offered incentives, like tax breaks, to companies that pay all their employees $15/hr or more?

sigsauer-ist:

i have an idea, why not say FOR COMPANIES THAT have a net profit of over $1 million, their minimum pay rate is now $15/hr or whatever

What if we offered incentives, like tax breaks, to companies that pay all their employees $15/hr or more?

The British people are fucking poor.

mr-cappadocia:

Apparently according to one economist and their dubious methods… pound for pound, in terms of GDP o’er person… Britain poorer than every state in tge Union except Mississippi.

In fact the wealthiest nation in Europe (Sweden.. or maybe Norway, I forget), if it were a state, would only rank EIGHTH.

Feel free to take it with a grain of salt… but if there’s any veracity to these claims it would be an astonishing revelation, especially when one considers how much America spends 9 the military.

fnhfal:

War in Ukraine 

dreadlocksofsteel:

stand-up-comic-gifs:

Baron Vaughn (x)

Changed the font and everything

militaryarmament:

Marines with Bravo Company, 1st Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment, Marine Rotational Force-Darwin, work as a unit to overtake objectives during a live-fire exercise at Bradshaw Field Training Area during Exercise Koolendong, August 2014.