“If ever time should come, when vain and aspiring men shall possess the highest seats in Government, our country will stand in need of its experienced patriots to prevent its ruin.”
The war on the trucking industry started with deregulation in 1980, and continues to this day. The powers that be will not stop until they take away all of your freedoms. I wrote this book from the perspective of your average American trucker, and true patriot. Truckers we’re just good patriotic Americans like yourself. But we are tired, and fed up with all the new regulations being thrust upon us to the point where we are losing our freedoms more each day. This book is an honest, and true account of what is going on in the trucking industry today, and the country as a whole. Even if you are not a trucker this book is for you. This book is for every American who is fed up with the way this country is moving forward. If we don’t take a stand now we will lose everything our founding fathers fought, and died for.
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Chapter V: Why over regulation is harmful to the trucking industry
While US President Barack Obama is roaming around the country and advertising his jobs bill, he has no plans of discussing one of the biggest job killers that is currently facing the American trucking industry – Regulation.
One of the industries with the highest amount of regulation in the United States is over-the-road trucking. Many of today’s material goods that people have in their homes were delivered by the use of a truck. This includes light bulbs, flat-screen TVs, and even toilet paper. Around 70% of all goods travel by truck. And each year, more and more regulations are stacked up on the top of one of the biggest industries for the American economy.
With over 30,000 words this is the most comprehensive political book on the trucking industry to date.
I . Obama Policies that are hurting the trucking industry
II. NAFTA’s role in trucking
III. The FMCSA and CSA 2010’s position on trucking
IV. Cross border trucking with Mexico
V. Why overregulation is harmful to the trucking industry
VI. How the ATA favors truck companies
VII. How OOIDA supports truck drivers
VIII. PAC funds: Misused and abused
IX. The Keystone Pipeline Project