Mikulski’s ‘Paycheck Fairness Act’ Would Allow Employees to Discuss Salaries

Socialist AmericaThe Private sector just took one more step towards Socialism and the “much hated” Public sector.

LANHAM, Md. (CBSDC)- A ‘Paycheck Fairness Act’ introduced in Congress last week would require employers to show pay disparity is related to job-performance and prohibit employer retaliation for sharing salary information with coworkers.

Senator Barbara A. Mikulski and Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro, both Democrats, said their legislation is aimed at closing the pay gap between men and women and would also address loopholes in the 1963 Equal Pay Act.

The phrase in the private sector, “you are what you negotiate,” would soon go away in Maryland.  And an employer having the ability to pay a worker who was much more productive than another worker across gender and sexual lines would also go away — meaning the ability to reward productivity, creativity and incentive would also disappear.

Which is, of course, what “fairness” is all about.  Because if you dislike the Public sector for its efficiency, you’ll soon enjoy said efficiency in the Private world.

Another way of dumbing and numbing down the America you used to recognize.




5 thoughts on “Mikulski’s ‘Paycheck Fairness Act’ Would Allow Employees to Discuss Salaries

  1. Man, it’s rough to keep writing all this information every time I comment! :-)
    But, to the comment: we’re TOAST, so no big whoop. How stupid can liberality GET?

    • You know, we are really at war with the left and this war is accelerating. It may not be long before this bursts out into violence. The tipping point may be gun control, a collapse of the economy, or something else, but it sure seems likely to happen.

      • John Kennedy nailed it:

        “Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable.”


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