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As Home Depot co-founder Bernie ously said that his business would never have succeeded in today’s suffocating regulatory climate, explains:

As Home Depot co-founder Bernie ously said that his business would never have succeeded in today's suffocating regulatory climate, explains:

For those who would instead pursue the American Dream the entrepreneurial way, all the red tape makes it harder to start and grow a business.

That's the real class warfare that threatens us: a class of bureaucrats and connected crony capitalists trying to rise above the rest of us escort services in Centennial, call the shots, rig the rules, and preserve their place atop society

..and the federal government, all piled on, regulations, one on top of the other, that are promoted by the bureaucracies, and they all think that they're doing good things. But the truth of the matter is they're stymieing the businesses.

In particular, small businesses-and all businesses are small when they start-are under siege. When recently surveyed about their biggest problems, one in five cited “regulations and red tape,” second only to “poor sales.”

Given the size of the country, the effects and costs of all of these laws and regulations are diffuse, and the average citizen is unlikely to notice them. At the state and local levels, however, it is much easier to see how excessive regulation limits opportunity. Licensing requirements, for example, restrict opportunity by closing off to newcomers otherwise lucrative professions that require little training or education.