Daily Kos has everything you need to know about Republican Senator Eric Cantor's valiant and ongoing battle against overtime pay:

In Eric Cantor's February 2013 speech, he said he wanted to propose Federal Law that would end overtime pay for hourly workers. Currently, the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 (FLSA), signed into law by President Franklin D. Roosevelt, mandates that certain workers get paid "time + 1/2" for overtime work. Eric Cantor wants to eliminate that law. Because — ya know — workers not getting paid for overtime hours worked out so good for workers before FDR enacted that Law.

And the Republicans are back to cartoon villain territory, especially when you consider that a majority of Americans are in favor of raising the minimum wage. We're a nation that understands that the government needs to provide some protection for its workers.