Big business

Any “good” (as in business-minded, not benevolent) company tries hard to lobby the government to pass laws in their favor. It’s how business is done in this country, I suppose.

Check out this article.

It seems that when the government itself is running the nearly $10M/year business, no lobbyists are necessary — just get some court orders to protect the money supply and keep free speech at bay. Clearly the courthouse is no place for civil liberties.

3 thoughts on “Big business

  1. Okay, I’ll bite: Knowing what a red-light-camera hater you are, and given that San Francisco is the most dangerous city in California for pedestrians (and one of the worst in the country), how would you like the state to enforce lawful behavior? (I’m assuming you agree there is a problem.)

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