In the U.S., economic mobility is not only a possibility, but a reality for millions of people because ingenuity and hard work are rewarded. Each person owns her labor, property, and resources (capitalism) and can determine how to create value for society (economic freedom) rather than be directed and controlled by a central government. Government’s role in our economy should be limited, low taxes and sensible regulations, rather than wasteful red tape, so that people have flexibility and opportunity as workers and consumers.
Each spring, progressive feminists mark “Equal Pay Day,” or the day that women finally caught up to men’s earnings from the year before. This year, it’s March 31. Equal Pay Day is an attempt to raise awareness about the raw wage gap, the figure that shows that women, on average,…Read Feature