Be honest; people like getting tips

I have noticed most people working for reduced MW plus tips are in favor of the current system, despite the rhetoric about how servers are underpaid. It usually comes up when the “if there were no tips, prices would increase” argument comes up. The counterargument goes: 1. As it stands, if someone is making less than full MW after tips, the employer has to make … Continue reading Be honest; people like getting tips

Tying corporatism to social justice is bad

Booker engaged in some anti-poor voting earlier this year (he voted against the right to import medicine from Canada, where it’s cheaper. He used a clearly bad faith defense about safety, despite the clear lack of dead Canadians, though the ties to the American pharmaceutical companies are easy enough to see), but Benjamin Studebaker posted a nice post about that and a similar trend of focusing on … Continue reading Tying corporatism to social justice is bad