I suppose you could get together with some of your neighbors and set up some sort of collective arrangement where everybody agrees on rules for appropriate behaviour and collectively uses force to make sure that outsiders do not violate these agreements, but that that point you've basically reinvented government.
No, at that point what you have is one possible service provider in a potentially competitive market - as opposed to the monopoly system we have now.
But someone has to set policy for all of you, otherwise you just have anarchy
Anarchy would be awesome. That's the state of not having parasites (rulers). Or as I like to call it, being grown up. Setting rules simply for the sake of having rules is ridiculous.
Being welcomed to a country you are not citizen of is not a human right
Being able to buy and sell and rent property and employ people is. The government doesn't own this country and has no right to set policy for all of us.
joining with the fast-food, airport, home care, child care and higher education workers who are leading the way and showing the country how to build an economy
Because everybody knows that Uber drivers, fast-food, airport, home care, child care, and higher education workers are the best experts to look to for economic knowledge.
While I'm no fan of government regulation, I have the feeling that this is part-and-parcel of "too big to fail", and requires government intervention. Companies should not be allowed to grow beyond a certain size. If a company reaches that size, it must divest or split itself into smaller, independent entities.
Surely the main reason we have such monstrously large companies is government intervention in the first place, due to the "too big to fail" mentality.
when "Mexican" is a nationality and arguably an ethnicity, not a race
I'm kind of surprised how much traction this idea got as a refutation to Trump's racism. Trump was a jerk to Mexicans, and I call that racism, but you can call it something else if you want. I would never want to see him imposed on my Spanish-speaking friends, so there was no way in the world Trump was ever going to get a vote from me.
And there's no left-wing media fabrication about it. I'm decidedly not left-wing.
The Representation of the People Act of 2002 made it a crime to report exit poll results before a state's polls have closed.
So yet another infringement of free speech.
I'm not sure how you even go about measuring bias
Wikipedia's NPOV policy is actually a good standard, although sometimes the implementation leaves something to be desired. And trying to follow it was a very good exercise for me earlier in life. It taught me how to speak about multiple points of view respectfully even when I disagreed with others.
Under NPOV you don't report "absolute truth." You report what people believe, why they believe it, etc. It can be very insightful as a tool to understand other viewpoints.
To spot the expert, pick the one who predicts the job will take the longest and cost the most.