Ross Kaminsky

Heartland Institute

Guest

Columnist for the American Spectator and senior fellow at the libertarian Heartland Institute; self-employed trader and host of The Ross Kaminsky Show on Denver's NewsRadio 850 KOA

Ross Kaminsky on KCRW

Two years ago New York City, 200 fast food workers demanded a minimum wage of $15 an hour. They started something.

The Minimum Wage, Income Inequality and Presidential Politics

Two years ago New York City, 200 fast food workers demanded a minimum wage of $15 an hour. They started something.

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Because of possible runoffs in Louisiana and Georgia, it may be next year before it’s clear if Republicans have taken control of the Senate.

Will the Campaign Never End?

Because of possible runoffs in Louisiana and Georgia, it may be next year before it’s clear if Republicans have taken control of the Senate.

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The evidence is overwhelming. The wealth gap in America is growing.

America: Democracy or Oligarchy?

The evidence is overwhelming. The wealth gap in America is growing.

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