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Businesses Are Weird Legal Entities

A direct upload! It turns out I recorded a video just short enough to meet the minimum upload offerings that locals offers to small communities like mine. That means you guys get this exclusively on locals!

I didn't sleep much last night, so I decided this was the perfect time to mull over my confused thoughts on how businesses are viewed from a legal perspective. Businesses are somewhat legal enigmas to me. Corporations are kinda treated as persons so that they can be double taxed, but have other protections, other types of businesses aren't treated the same way. They're able to consolidate power like governments, yet aren't subject to any form of limitations in regards to violating natural rights the same way the government is, despite being treated somewhat like persons they can still buy each other. It's just very odd to me from a principled, legal, and philosophical position.

Anyhow, my ramblings here are just that, ramblings. Still, I am curious what you all think of this topic. Let me know in the comments below. I think I'll try to do more concise videos to be uploaded just to locals from now on, cause I enjoyed making this one. See you in the comments

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