From a legal perspective, when people say there is a "free market" in America or ANY nation in the modern era we simply roll our eyes and laugh.
Free markets, as most people refer to them, would simply be the state of nature--which is might makes right. There'd be no rule of law.
Once you add the rule of law, you make a priori rights and have, in at least common law, a priori "regulations"--if not by name.
Someone burn your business down? You may sue them, and if proven guilty, they must pay. A free market doesn't allow you to sue someone who has burned down your castle. Someone commit insider trading and manipulate the market? Sue them, heck bring a class action shareholders suit. If you prove your case, then you get compensation because insider trading is illegal.
The idea of a 'free market' in the modern era is as laughable as BobBobBob's ramblings.
Free markets have survived socialism and always will. In the 1970s pencil pushers in the USSR estimated
their free market economy was 60% of their economy. The word estimated is important because they'd put into law so many draconian measures to suppress entrepreneurism they could not do anything but estimate it. It wasn't their inept central planning that was importing blue jeans, car batteries that didn't leak, toilet paper, rock and roll music, and even paper plates for free market food vendors.
It was the men and women who took the risks in spite of the socialist suppression of the free market system.
Now go go look at socialist sub-economies that have survived in a free market society the same way free markets have survived socialism. There are none because socialism cannot exist without government. Socialism has to be imposed one the economy by governments. Socialism cannot sustain itself. As I've said in here several times, even Karl Marx conceded socialism is incapable of sustaining itself. Read.
As for your lame brain assertion that under free markets there's no rule of law. That's just one more of your ridiculous lies and you know it.
The bullshit you wrote about not being able to sue under free markets if someone destroys your property is just one more of your idiotic lies - trying to push that socialist mantra. All you have to do is look at history to know that.
But getting back on topic, one of the best examples of how absurd hypocrisy of socialism is in the OP. Go practice socialist sex - go apply your abilities to provide sex to those who need it, mainly the guys at homeless shelters, the one living under bridges, or any of them you find repulsive. It's against human nature, isn't it? So is socialism.