Once more, faith in free enterprise is confirmed. When a crack in the regulatory regimen appears, the free market flourishes.
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It’s amazing what the free market will do if it is left alone to do it.
A world without a national government is a world … well … something to be enjoyed.
We are not Belgium. That’s unfortunate, for when the federal government runs out of money and credibility, it will mightily impact most of its citizens negatively.
Even in a totalitarian state like China, workarounds abound.
Economic freedom under a communist political dictatorship doesn’t work very well.
Why doesn’t Sweig just come out and say it: “We want your guns” and be done with it. It would eliminate the need for all the obfuscation, subterfuge and falderal. It would also make this article shorter.
I’m really getting tired of this guy.
Ferrara should have used the recovery from the Depression of 1920-21 as his model, when the relatively free market rebounded mightily, recovering fully within 18 months.
The real cost of regulations has little to do with dollars, but with the freedoms lost.