Article courtesy of Washington Examiner, written by Philip Klein.
With the new "Ghostbusters" movie set to hit theaters, it's worth paying tribute to the original 1984 film, and recalling why it is the most pro-limited government film Hollywood ever made.
In "Ghostbusters," paranormal activity is becoming a growing problem in New York City. Government doesn't do anything to stop the problem, so private entrepreneurs set up a small business that successfully captures and stores ghosts — for a fee.
But then, the villain — a regulator from the Environmental Protection Agency — decides to interfere . . .