But, Without Government, Who Would Run a Legal Extortion Racket that Disenfranchises the Self-Employed?

I originally posted the following information and commentary onto my Facebook wall…

Colorado’s Absurd War on Online Dog Walking Services:
http://reason.com/archives/2017/05/03/colorados-absurd-war-on-online-dog-walki

() In over 10,000 cities in all 50 states, the online platform Rover offers pet owners the ability to connect with walkers and sitters with the ease that characterizes the growing sharing economy. There are over 100,000 people who earn money by working with the platform and Rover is just one of many “pet sharing” sites.

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My Commentary: But, without government, who would run a legal extortion racket that not only disenfranchises individuals from self-employment, but also artificially eliminates competition for larger businesses, in the process?

Discussing Food Trucks as the Future of Small Business Ownership

The following correspondence originally took place on my Facebook wall, upon my post, “Food Trucks Are the Future of Small Business Ownership!“…

Rayn: Nice 😉

More Millennials Support Legalizing Food Trucks Than Google Glass and Bitcoin:
http://ij.org/more-millennials-support-legalizing-food-trucks-than-google-glass-and-bitcoin

Mike R.: Food trucks and other mobile businesses just seem like the next logical thing. Especially when you pair it with apps. Imagine ordering something in advance and the truck comes right to your business and COOKS it right there. Talk about fresh delivery! Plus food trucks were one of my best parts of my time at Rutgers.

Food Trucks Are the Future of Small Business Ownership!

I originally posted the following information and commentary onto my Facebook wall…

More Millennials Support Legalizing Food Trucks Than Google Glass and Bitcoin:
http://ij.org/more-millennials-support-legalizing-food-trucks-than-google-glass-and-bitcoin

You’ll pry food trucks from our cold dead hands.

That’s one of the takeaways from a new Reason-Rupe poll that surveyed 2,000 young adults for their thoughts on politics and government regulations. Among millennials, 81 percent want to legalize food trucks, making them the most popular of the 13 activities and products Reason-Rupe asked about in its polling.

Allowing mobile vendors to work freely topped support for plastic bags (66 percent) and buying incandescent light bulbs (64 percent) as well as new developments in technology like wearing Google Glass in public (66 percent), online gambling (58 percent), and the cryptocurrency Bitcoin (49 percent). As Emily Ekins of the Reason Foundation put it, “millennials don’t like to be nannied, opting for personal choice over regulation.”

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My Commentary: Nice 😉