Wednesday, February 06, 2019

Kansas City 'Fight For $15' Activist Preps For 'Fair Wage' Conversation With Congress

A glimpse at local union activism taking to the bigger stage in D.C. and advocating for greater reform after Missouri recently approved a slight increase at the lowest level of the food chain. Checkit:

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Automation is coming.

Anonymous said...

Worked in fast-food for more than 20 years and he's not a store manager making good money? WTF?

It's past time to ask the question, "Is this guy mentally handicapped, not trying, or what's the problem here?"

Anonymous said...

BINGO^^^^^^

Anonymous said...

Ye olde poverty pimps peddling their false hopes to maintain their own career trajectory.

Robots Win.

Anonymous said...

This is sad. Liberals only solution is to throw money at a problem without understanding it's intricacies. Then they believe you truly don't care about the problem if you don't agree with methods. unfortunate