Richmond, Virginia in1790. Edward Mundy purchases a Conestoga wagon so he and his family can become the very first pioneer family, exploring beyond the original thirteen states. Only, following a manufacturer’s recall on his wagon, he quickly discovers that he needs to register his wagon… and he needs a driver’s license… and insurance… and a hunting permit… and a campfire permit… and so much more… and each permit and license has a fee (not a tax).
This story pokes a little fun at big government and gives a humorous look at how we might never have expanded beyond those original thirteen states if all of today’s rules and regulations were in place at that time.
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