Spot a problem? Invent a new tax or fee to solve it
The artificial permission scheme is cratering
The taxi unions were complaining again
They’re never going to learn
Same story, different country
Under the gun
The whole system was built on fraud to begin with
No more traffic stops?
One for the ladies
Rogue law enforcement doesn’t seem to be of interest
“Joining the group was not meant to be an endorsement of the president or his agenda…”
Floundering cab companies scrambling for market share
The taxi companies are scrambling
“I look forward to engaging with our incoming President…”
Stuck in prehistoric times
“I can’t do that, Dave”
The future is here and it brought beer!
You’ve got to be kidding me
Follow the money
Scarcity vs abundance.
Share the love
“…it was unclear whether the human smugglers had hailed the drivers using the Uber app.”
Quite the coincidence
The market finds a way
“Give me your shoes, your clothes, and the private information of the people who use your service.”
They don’t seem to be very big into “sharing” though…
Look for the union label
What’s a few infractions among friends?
Hillary to Uber: Get off her damn lawn.
No pants, no shoes, no driver, no problem!
This is what a free market looks like:
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