Tuesday, September 04, 2007

Further Evidence that There is Very Little Free in Free Markets

Chemical fertilizer giant Scotts intends to squash a small upstart worm-dirt producer who sells their organic product in pre-used, recycled garbage, which also generates money for elementary schools and charitable organziations, according to the company's website.

It appears that a small company cannot even exercise freedom of speech and argue that their product is better than a corporate competitor without being forced by frivilous litigation to pay "scientific" researchers to rubber stamp their product with so-called "objective" studies.

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