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This Kindle eBook is for anyone who can't find a job, is in fear of losing the one they have, or wonders how our economy might ever recover. It's also designed for small business owners and those who run or manage large ones. Finally, it is a hardcore critique for bureaucrats, lawyers, politicians, and others of that ilk. Each article is between 200 and 1500 words in an ea This Kindle eBook is for anyone who can't find a job, is in fear of losing the one they have, or wonders how our economy might ever recover. It's also designed for small business owners and those who run or manage large ones. Finally, it is a hardcore critique for bureaucrats, lawyers, politicians, and others of that ilk. Each article is between 200 and 1500 words in an easy fast paced format for busy Kindle readers who are on the go, with places to be and people to see. The eBook is written by a former small business person, franchisor, and founder of the Online Think Tank - you don't want to miss the attack on bureaucracy within. The articles include: 1. Regulation and Innovation 2. Regulation Unbalanced for New Immigrants 3. Standard and Poor's and the US Justice Department 4. FTC – Should We Close It? 5. SEC and Fear Tactics 6. Insider Trading Issues 7. Two Consumer Protection Agencies 8. FDA Sues Santa Clause 9. Industries and Self Regulation 10. Marketing Regulations and Investment Business Ops 11. Crippling America's Growth 12. Doing Business in Russia Versus USA 13. Law Professors Turing Out Un-experienced 14. When Pigs Fly 15. Legal Content Online 16. Problems with Regulators 17. Regulators Don't Understand Capitalism 18. Let's Regulate Regulators 19. FTC Versus Apple and Google 20. Regulatory Attacks on Transportation 21. Too Much Transparency for Business 22. More Regulators Won't Fix Economy 23. Even Lawyers Now Complaining About Regulations 24. When Regulatory Agencies Go Bad 25. Regulatory Bodies Justifying Growth 26. DOJ Deceiving Consumers 27. Financial Industry and Plagiarism 28. Mobile Car Wash Environmental Regs 29. Preventing Intrastate Commerce 30. Piracy Act and Personal Identity 31. Internet Search and Monopolies 32. Whole Foods and FTC 33. Legal and Regulatory Strategies for Business Planning 34. Freedom Dangerous to Those Who Impede It 35. Chinese Imports 36. Are Regulators Trying to Set Price? 37. Corporate Fraud or Making Criminals? 38. The Coming Food Shortages 39. Government Trust and Free Markets 40. Municipal Code Enforcement – Case Study 41. We Are Our Own Worst Enemy at Times 42. Earned Monopolies 43. Deceptive Advertising 44. Business Wars in the Market Place 45. SEC and Corporate Board of Director Demands 46. FTC Merger Findings 47. EPA and Community 48. Mis-Use of Law 49. What Causes Over Regulation 50. Can We Trust Government Regulators 51. Aircraft Washing and Regulatory Issues 52. Corporate Investment and Regulations 53. DC Needs On-going Education 54. Change Management in Regulatory Agencies 55. Regulator Bodies Need More Rules 7 56. Abatement of Regulations 57. Fining Airlines for Ticket Price Sur Charges 58. Over Lawyering and Over Regulation 59. Killing Small Businesses 60. FTC and Biz Op Rules 61. Franchise Rules and Synchronization Needed 62. Over Regulation in Every Industry Except Law 63. Video Game Content Regulations 64. Franchise Compliance 65. ADA Regulations 66. MLM Versus Franchising 67. FAA and Space Flight 2 68. Regulations in 2006 – A Look Back 69. FTC Can't Regulate Lawyers 70. Carwash Lobby 71. Choking All Aspects of Human Life 72. Fixing Our Regulatory Sewage


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This Kindle eBook is for anyone who can't find a job, is in fear of losing the one they have, or wonders how our economy might ever recover. It's also designed for small business owners and those who run or manage large ones. Finally, it is a hardcore critique for bureaucrats, lawyers, politicians, and others of that ilk. Each article is between 200 and 1500 words in an ea This Kindle eBook is for anyone who can't find a job, is in fear of losing the one they have, or wonders how our economy might ever recover. It's also designed for small business owners and those who run or manage large ones. Finally, it is a hardcore critique for bureaucrats, lawyers, politicians, and others of that ilk. Each article is between 200 and 1500 words in an easy fast paced format for busy Kindle readers who are on the go, with places to be and people to see. The eBook is written by a former small business person, franchisor, and founder of the Online Think Tank - you don't want to miss the attack on bureaucracy within. The articles include: 1. Regulation and Innovation 2. Regulation Unbalanced for New Immigrants 3. Standard and Poor's and the US Justice Department 4. FTC – Should We Close It? 5. SEC and Fear Tactics 6. Insider Trading Issues 7. Two Consumer Protection Agencies 8. FDA Sues Santa Clause 9. Industries and Self Regulation 10. Marketing Regulations and Investment Business Ops 11. Crippling America's Growth 12. Doing Business in Russia Versus USA 13. Law Professors Turing Out Un-experienced 14. When Pigs Fly 15. Legal Content Online 16. Problems with Regulators 17. Regulators Don't Understand Capitalism 18. Let's Regulate Regulators 19. FTC Versus Apple and Google 20. Regulatory Attacks on Transportation 21. Too Much Transparency for Business 22. More Regulators Won't Fix Economy 23. Even Lawyers Now Complaining About Regulations 24. When Regulatory Agencies Go Bad 25. Regulatory Bodies Justifying Growth 26. DOJ Deceiving Consumers 27. Financial Industry and Plagiarism 28. Mobile Car Wash Environmental Regs 29. Preventing Intrastate Commerce 30. Piracy Act and Personal Identity 31. Internet Search and Monopolies 32. Whole Foods and FTC 33. Legal and Regulatory Strategies for Business Planning 34. Freedom Dangerous to Those Who Impede It 35. Chinese Imports 36. Are Regulators Trying to Set Price? 37. Corporate Fraud or Making Criminals? 38. The Coming Food Shortages 39. Government Trust and Free Markets 40. Municipal Code Enforcement – Case Study 41. We Are Our Own Worst Enemy at Times 42. Earned Monopolies 43. Deceptive Advertising 44. Business Wars in the Market Place 45. SEC and Corporate Board of Director Demands 46. FTC Merger Findings 47. EPA and Community 48. Mis-Use of Law 49. What Causes Over Regulation 50. Can We Trust Government Regulators 51. Aircraft Washing and Regulatory Issues 52. Corporate Investment and Regulations 53. DC Needs On-going Education 54. Change Management in Regulatory Agencies 55. Regulator Bodies Need More Rules 7 56. Abatement of Regulations 57. Fining Airlines for Ticket Price Sur Charges 58. Over Lawyering and Over Regulation 59. Killing Small Businesses 60. FTC and Biz Op Rules 61. Franchise Rules and Synchronization Needed 62. Over Regulation in Every Industry Except Law 63. Video Game Content Regulations 64. Franchise Compliance 65. ADA Regulations 66. MLM Versus Franchising 67. FAA and Space Flight 2 68. Regulations in 2006 – A Look Back 69. FTC Can't Regulate Lawyers 70. Carwash Lobby 71. Choking All Aspects of Human Life 72. Fixing Our Regulatory Sewage

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