Practice your craft.
What is very bad is large corporations operating in other countries to take advantage of the absence of child labor laws and the absence of unions. Corporations that are now Deforesting the Amazon Rain Forrests depleting some of the very air we breathe. Others left due to former POTUS Tarif strategy.
Please try and think about a planet that you and I both love to fish and what it might look like if we don't tighten up regulations!
Pls help me understand your logic. You think if we increasing regulation will keep more companies here in the US?
Or are you saying the US needs to to start regulating other countries?
I'm also not sure about your comment that companies fled the US because of Chinese tariffs. Feel free to share the two or three biggest companies.
Therefore, quit yer bitchin' about regulation. Regulation is what balances the equation. Is the system out of balance? You tell me. I just recently read that real or constant dollar income is up something like 17 or 18% over the last 30 or 40 years for working class people while executive's real income is up more like 170%. Yeah, that's balance all right.
Not when companies have the option to leave the country. And when they do pick up and leave, who benefits the most? More regulation is one of the reasons, imo, you've seen the increase in the income gap.
On top of that we are doing to nothing to help the planet. We are just simply outsourcing all of the polluting to China. I'm all for nimby but pollution is pollution.
So basically under this current global economic model two things are getting fucked: the American worker and the planet.
l'm also not advocating for the return of smoke stacks. Just trying to provide a different perspective.