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  • Somewhere in the Great Beyond, Hermann Goering is laughing.
  • I stood on the bridge; I stood right there on the bridge looking down at the Rio Grande River, and what to my wondering eyes should appear, but a Mexican gentleman who had started himself a ferryboat service.
  • What does Mr. Gates plan to do with all the extra people that won't die from malaria now that his foundation has found a cure?
  • In recent years, the dream of home ownership has gotten farther and farther out of reach, as house prices have escalated. According to a recent study, the primary cause is excessive zoning laws - that is, government over-regulation.
  • Inspecting IDs is a waste of time and money, but it's ideal from the bureaucratic point of view because it doesn't solve the problem.
  • Virtually everyone who is anyone in American politics and media has roundly condemned any thought that Iran's President Ahmadinejad should be allowed to desecrate Ground Zero with his noisome presence. They are making a mistake.
  • If we can't decide between the bird lovers and the cat lovers without a jury trial, how are we going to decide what to do about "honor killing," "female circumcision," and other facets of "diversity"?
  • Is American citizenship of such little concern that we don't mind it being awarded as the result of a crime?
  • Bureaucracies never die, and India's still uses genuine red tape.
  • The Romans understood nation building, an art we and the British have forgotten.
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