Best Laws, Judiciary Corruption, Market Power Abuse
It isn't just economies of scale, it is economies of market power and its unstopped abuse. We have the laws on the books to stop it but we have federal judges who are either too incompetent or too corrupt to stop its abuse. Without the rule of law, we only have the rule of money which is being concentrated with the abuse of market power. We need judges who have the courage to actually work for the public good and our democracy instead of throwing cases for those who break the economic laws meant to protect the country's economy from such abuse. We have been through this rodeo before. That is the reason we have the best laws on the books. The temptation of the judiciary and its corruption has brought us back to same old problems of abuse.
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