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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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • "It is the duty of every officer of His Majesty's Navy, to discharge powder and shot in the general direction of the enemy."
  • If Mr. Bush really wants a new immigration law, there's a simple way for him to get one.
  • Brazil serves as an object lesson in how government incompetence - not greed, not really bribery even, certainly not totalitarianism, just simple incompetence - can make life difficult on an otherwise free and vibrant economy.
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