Apple: a company with little use for Washington, D.C….

by Walter Olson on May 29, 2012

…and so Washington, D.C. watches with some satisfaction as government agencies and congressional panels begin to take bites at the super-successful company on antitrust, tax and other grounds. [David Boaz, Cato-at-Liberty and New York Daily News]. More on the affluent culture of Washington D.C. from Andrew Ferguson [via MR]


1 KDP 05.30.12 at 10:28 am

“Nice company you have there. Too bad if anything happened to it.”

I have this vision of organized crime running the government. Would it be much different if we just let “actual” organized crime families run the country?

2 OBQuiet 06.03.12 at 6:34 pm


I suspect the result would be a much lower Debt level and better employment numbers.

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