A Michigan fast food restaurant called Moo Cluck Moo is raising its employees starting salary from $12 per hour to $15. How is this possible when most of its competitors pay at or close to the minimum wage? Moo Cluck Moo has chosen a different path. Brian Parker, one of the restaurant’s owners, said, “It just feels like the human thing to do.” A business can do human things. And sometimes, it’s even good business. When Henry Ford gave his workers a decent raise, they were able to buy his cars. A good economy does not trickle down. It’s not a gift from fictional “job creators.” When working people and the middle class have money and security, they will spend. We need more companies with owners like Moo Cluck Moo.