“But the ascendance of a more modern libertarianism, as reflected in the Janus decision, uses absolute and expansive individual rights to deny government the power to regulate at all levels of government – both national and state. The result is a zone of liberty where the people lack any ability to make laws or regulations in order to control or prevent individual activities that harm the greater good.
Who wins when the zone of activity free from any government control expands? Not you and me. It is business and corporate interests that benefit the most from the lack of regulation.”