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Five Transpo Industries Govt Is Crushing With Regulations

In war, each side tries to cripple the other’s economy by targeting and destroying its transportation infrastructure: ports, airfields, roads, bridges, railroads, rivers, and canals. The United States, however, like many countries, wrecks its own transportation systems—not with bombs but with laws and regulations.
The American Henry George (1839–1897) once commented on this dismal state o …

U.S. National Debt

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