The Battle Between Global Tel-Link & Securus Shows the Value of Laissez-Faire

I think it is wrong to make the U.S. a government-controlled country. I know that there are a lot of liberals thinking that it might be a good idea to let the government run things, but this is a mistake. I want everyone to see what is going on with Global Tel Link. The company has been under investigation for years, and the FCC has done nothing to bring down the company. Securus, its competitor, dug up some information (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zs3WHNzOcj4) that showed that Global Tel Link did steal from customers. The FCC surely cannot let the company get away with this now that Securus gave it that nugget of evidence.

To me, that is an example of laissez-faire working and big government not working at all. In all those years of investigating the business, all it did was put a cap on the company’s rates, but it was truly Securus that got the ball rolling against Global Tel-Link.

It is in Securus’ best interest to take down Global Tel-Link because this will give it the upper hand in the inmate communication industry. It is clear to me that businesses will be monitoring each other, just like Securus did with Global Tel-Link, http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/global-tel-link-gtl-issues-inaccurate-press-release–securus-corrects-inaccuracies-300264749.html. The people will simply need to listen to what is discovered and stop using the company. That is how our government should work, but as the NY Times sees it, liberals are still trying to use useless agencies to keep them safe when the power truly rests with the people, not with the government.

I know that our country is not doing too well when it comes to its national revenue. The United States is suffering, and we need to do something about rebuilding our economy. I think the first thing we should do is get rid of useless agencies like the FCC and others. I do not know if this is going to disrupt our way of living too much, but I think we need to shake things up a little.