One of the biggest misimpressions about the free market is the mistaken belief that corporate interests support free competition. While companies will raise their voices at regulations and mandates that drive up the cost of their doing business, corporate interests love government interference in the market when it gives them a leg up against their competition. Evidence of that reality is on display in the D.C. Metro System from the group “Americans for Fair Skies” that has plastered ads promoting policy to limit access to the American commercial airline market.


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