Public university prayer pushes for minimum wage increase, fix 'immoral' immigration system
A Maryland State Delegate opened the 2014 spring semester at Bowie State University with an invocation prayer chastising a racist justice system, an immoral immigration system, and a call for an increased minimum wage, all in the name of Jesus Christ.
In a video of the event obtained by Campus Reform, Maryland State Delegate James Proctor (D-27A) inserts strikingly liberal political rhetoric into the opening prayer during Wednesday morningâ€™s event, which students were required to attend.
Thomas the Doubter wrote: If you are only making minimum wage that is all you are worth, maybe even less
"worth" is a matter of opinion,i think lawyers are pretty worthless but despite the fact we are swimming in them they defy the law of supply and demand and make good money anyway,same with athletes,entertainers etc etc....an average player in the NFL for instance can still make several hundred thousand dollars a year.
Laws are written by lawyers in such a way as to create a demand for their services and work for themselves.
There are but a few things in life that have worth beyond dispute or opinion,things like food,water,shelter,clothing...how odd it is that people involved in the production of these things are some of the lowest paid workers around....entertainment and the pursuit of pleasure is what drives the definition of "worth" in today's world.
A recent snowstorm in my area prompted some companies to issue a statment that only "essential" employees need to report to work on time...well everybody knows who they are,the ones with the smallest paychecks.