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Zingerman’s founder Paul Saginaw on his time with Obama, the importance of raising the minimum wage, and why business owners should invest in their employees instead of their lobbyists

Early last winter, when the National Restaurant Association issued a formal statement about how raising the minimum wage would kill their industry, Paul Saginaw, one of the co-founders of Ann Arbor’s iconic Zingerman’s Deli, felt compelled to respond, and argue in favor of raising the federal minimum wage from $7.25. “We would be irresponsible employers […]

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The Overton Window

If you loved The Turner Diaries, but always wished that the racism and references to “ethnic cleansing” weren’t quite so overt, there may soon be reason to celebrate. It looks as though Glenn Beck, the teary-eyed patron saint of Tea Party movement, is working on what sounds to be a kinder, gentler version of the […]

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