Here are a few cherry-picked examples on how private industry runs certain things better than government
When COVID-19 hit, I quarantined in Eastern Massachusetts.
Biking around the woods, I noticed something strange.
There are two campgrounds near my house. One is full. Lots of people pitch tents or park trailers at a place called Maurice's.
A short bike ride away is a much bigger campground that's almost entirely empty.
Why? It's the topic of my new video.
The empty campground is run by the state.
It has great facilities: a new paved road, new bathrooms, etc. Signs direct people to campsites, even to group camping, but there are almost no people. Dozens of picnic tables are turned upside-down.
What a shame. This would be a great place to spend time during the pandemic.
I asked one of the few people camping, "Why is this place so empty?"
"Everything is sold out," he responded.