Okay, this is not a White House story. It’s a Keith story, one I have running on Fox News today, but I thought you might like to read it.
Activists are trying to give waiters and bartenders the same minimum wage as everyone else. They’re even – but of course – making the case that forcing waiters to work for tips is racist and causes a plague of sexual harassment.
And as you’d expect, most waiters are saying, “stop helping me!!” Not to mention that customers will be less able to eat out, and mom and pop shops will go out of business.
You can read the article here. Thanks for taking a look!
Good morning. This is a piece I did for NBC News which is running today. Here’s an excerpt:
It is a dangerous world, dominated by outsized personalities who act aggressively on behalf of their nations, including not hesitating to threaten — and even engage in — war.
Fortunately, one is President Donald Trump.
Another is North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, who with his developing nuclear arsenal represents the most imminent threat to the United States. In a landmark meeting Friday with South Korean President Moon Jae-in, the two agreed there would be “no more war” on the Korean peninsula and also committed to work towards denuclearization. But Kim’s South Korean charm offensive will only get him so far — because now he has to deal with Trump.
History — and in particular, the American voter — has a way of calling forth the right person to lead at the right time.
History — and in particular, the American voter — has a way of calling forth the right person to lead at the right time. Trump is a flawed man — self-indulgent, megalomaniacal, a bit paranoid, driven by self-interest and implacably domineering. But these “flaws” also make him a big character, and as he prepares to confront Kim and the other great tyrants of the age, Americans can feel assured that they have chosen the right man for the moment.
Read the rest of the article here!
From a piece I have running on the Fox News website:
Red Alabama is the best state for the firearms industry when it comes to factors such as jobs and gun culture, while blue Rhode Island is the worst, according to the jobs website Zippia.
The rankings reflect the sharp regional and political divide in the country on guns.
“A general rule of thumb emerged from the data — head south if you are looking to get one of as many as 141,500 jobs generated by companies that make, distribute, and sell guns,” the website said. The advice to head south also pertained to another 159,623 jobs in ancillary industries such as gun component suppliers.
But another “rule of thumb” is also apparent: If you want a job in the gun industry, head into Trump country.
Read the rest of the piece on the Fox News site here!