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Minimum Wage, Maximum Damage

Here is the simple truth, that is in the richest country in the world we can no longer tolerate millions of our workers being unable to feed their families because they are working for starvation wages. Senator Bernie Sanders Senator Sanders asserts that this “simple truth” justifies the “fight for ...
Business & Economics

Congress Should Not Follow California’s Example With PRO Act

This week, the House will vote on the so-called PRO Act, which the National Law Journal calls “the most significant labor law reform since the World War II-era Taft-Hartley Act and the 1935 Wagner Act . . . which first granted private-sector employees the right to form and join labor organizations.” One of ...
Business & Economics

Wayne Winegarden Gig Economy Study Featured in NorCal Record

Study finds gig economy grows amid COVID pandemic; ‘Benefits people as consumers of goods and services and the income-earning opportunities created’ By Sarah Downey As gig economy restrictions have been reintroduced at the federal level, a new analysis has found such platforms crucial to helping businesses and workers recover from the COVID-19 ...
Commentary

Frivolous Patent Litigation Threatens The Technology Revolution

Patent trolls have been a plague on innovators for too long. Patent trolls are entities that obtain patents (sometimes obscure patents) for the sole purpose of threatening or filing lawsuits in court and then using the prospect of costly litigation to extort unwarranted payouts from an innovative company. The risks ...
Business & Economics

Wayne Winegarden Discusses Gig Entrepreneurship Study on NTD Business

Watch PRI’s Dr. Wayne Winegarden discuss the last report in the “Breaking Down Barriers to Opportunity” series on gig entrepreneurship with host Paul Greaney on “NTD Business.”
Business & Economics

The future is now for gig-based entrepreneurship

With Californian Kamala Harris as vice president, it’s clear the new Biden administration is taking its cues from the once-Golden State on labor policy. In one of its first acts in office, the Biden Administration placed a regulatory freeze on a Department of Labor regulation enacted in the waning days of the ...
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Apple’s Superbowl “1984” Ad – Who’s Big Brother Now?

It was 38 years ago this weekend when during Super Bowl XVIII, Apple debuted one of the most powerful and provocative ads of all time. “1984” opens with an army of clone-like humans marching into a theater to watch on a giant screen a menacing Big Brother figure glorifying the ...
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A New Year, A Promising New Education Model

With the disastrous education landscape of 2020 now in the rear-view mirror, the New Year offers the opportunity to consider new ways of delivering effective learning to America’s children.  Portal Schools is one such promising model. Confronted with student-learning catastrophes during the COVID crisis, some states, according to a new ...
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Populist Politicians Meet Antitrust Cancel Culture

The ill-winds of populism are again blowing across the American political landscape. This thin veneer of ideology only seeks to divide people, diving a wedge between “the people,” presented as the forces of good, against “the elite,” portrayed as evil. The most recent iteration of this divisive approach to politics ...
Charter Schools

California Globe Highlights PRI Analysis of “Patriotic Education” Initiative

Making the Case for Patriotic Education in American Schools By Katy Grimes, California Globe President Donald Trump signed an executive order recently establishing a 1776 Commission to create a curriculum that teaches “patriotic education” in schools. This is not only necessary because of the lack of Civics taught in schools, but in answer ...
Blog

Minimum Wage, Maximum Damage

Here is the simple truth, that is in the richest country in the world we can no longer tolerate millions of our workers being unable to feed their families because they are working for starvation wages. Senator Bernie Sanders Senator Sanders asserts that this “simple truth” justifies the “fight for ...
Business & Economics

Congress Should Not Follow California’s Example With PRO Act

This week, the House will vote on the so-called PRO Act, which the National Law Journal calls “the most significant labor law reform since the World War II-era Taft-Hartley Act and the 1935 Wagner Act . . . which first granted private-sector employees the right to form and join labor organizations.” One of ...
Business & Economics

Wayne Winegarden Gig Economy Study Featured in NorCal Record

Study finds gig economy grows amid COVID pandemic; ‘Benefits people as consumers of goods and services and the income-earning opportunities created’ By Sarah Downey As gig economy restrictions have been reintroduced at the federal level, a new analysis has found such platforms crucial to helping businesses and workers recover from the COVID-19 ...
Commentary

Frivolous Patent Litigation Threatens The Technology Revolution

Patent trolls have been a plague on innovators for too long. Patent trolls are entities that obtain patents (sometimes obscure patents) for the sole purpose of threatening or filing lawsuits in court and then using the prospect of costly litigation to extort unwarranted payouts from an innovative company. The risks ...
Business & Economics

Wayne Winegarden Discusses Gig Entrepreneurship Study on NTD Business

Watch PRI’s Dr. Wayne Winegarden discuss the last report in the “Breaking Down Barriers to Opportunity” series on gig entrepreneurship with host Paul Greaney on “NTD Business.”
Business & Economics

The future is now for gig-based entrepreneurship

With Californian Kamala Harris as vice president, it’s clear the new Biden administration is taking its cues from the once-Golden State on labor policy. In one of its first acts in office, the Biden Administration placed a regulatory freeze on a Department of Labor regulation enacted in the waning days of the ...
Blog

Apple’s Superbowl “1984” Ad – Who’s Big Brother Now?

It was 38 years ago this weekend when during Super Bowl XVIII, Apple debuted one of the most powerful and provocative ads of all time. “1984” opens with an army of clone-like humans marching into a theater to watch on a giant screen a menacing Big Brother figure glorifying the ...
Blog

A New Year, A Promising New Education Model

With the disastrous education landscape of 2020 now in the rear-view mirror, the New Year offers the opportunity to consider new ways of delivering effective learning to America’s children.  Portal Schools is one such promising model. Confronted with student-learning catastrophes during the COVID crisis, some states, according to a new ...
Blog

Populist Politicians Meet Antitrust Cancel Culture

The ill-winds of populism are again blowing across the American political landscape. This thin veneer of ideology only seeks to divide people, diving a wedge between “the people,” presented as the forces of good, against “the elite,” portrayed as evil. The most recent iteration of this divisive approach to politics ...
Charter Schools

California Globe Highlights PRI Analysis of “Patriotic Education” Initiative

Making the Case for Patriotic Education in American Schools By Katy Grimes, California Globe President Donald Trump signed an executive order recently establishing a 1776 Commission to create a curriculum that teaches “patriotic education” in schools. This is not only necessary because of the lack of Civics taught in schools, but in answer ...
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