A couple things to consider here. 1. When you are all talking about laws, I assume you mean Statutes. Laws are laws, and unbreakable such as gravity, the speed of light, the sound barrier at Earth normal air pressure, etc. \
Statutes on the other hand are the myriad words written on paper by Men
to control other Men
. And that's all they are. Clubhouse rules that are forced upon people under threat of violence, often without consent or understanding.
2. Statutes are written by politicians and enforced only through violence or the threat of violence. IE. fined for some stupid thing-dispute in court-lose-refuse to pay fine-go to jail. (extortion if you or I tried to do such a thing. Try fining your neighbor for doing something you don't like, see how that goes.) My point is this. How many politicians do you trust? Police? Why would solutions come from this miasma of threats and violence?
3. Nobody has the answer. Individual human beings are terrible at managing complex systems single
handed. Viable solutions arise from cooperation and collaboration by means of education. Peace has never been brought at the point of a gun, only slavery. Learning
has never come of rote obedience, and statutes never make you free. educate your fellow man, advocate property rights and personal responsibilities and freedoms. Let people choose how to live for themselves and stop thinking that you know best. Because you don't, I don't and the politicians and their cronies must certainly don't.
By the way, when you mention corporations as a reason that gov't needs to control things. I need to point out that corporations are creations of gov't and without the limited liability these corps enjoy, granted them by the gov't, we would be back in control of the actions of business. If Bp wasn't a corporation, the people of the Gulf Coast
could sue for damages, and believe, we would have much more responsible business practices regarding the environment