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like aisease. likeke a mole. >> getet out of my life. this magician must have a license for his rabbbbits? >> how is any normal human supposed too understandd this ad follow ththat. i don't't hav that answer. >> the constitution saysys i hae ririt to bear arms. but where i i live, i can't d o this legally.. >> can't we g rid of some of this? the good news is that some entrepreneurs cucut through the red tape.e. >> i chose to be a survivor,r, t a victim. >> so familieies have a better experience and i i can d drive a cab. >> welcome. >> all these people are combatants i in the "war o on th litt guy."." > a certain amount of regulalation is good. the problblem is they don't sto. >> i would be o out of business. >> with evevery phphone call the came more bureauctic d tape.
>> our governmt adds ousands that's on top of the 1 100ar. pages ththey passed in ior years. >> this is just what you see , just the fderal pa statlocal gornments add mu more than th. f yo want to get state, county, and city laws, y need rent a bigger building. >> t this laer jeff rose helps littleuys deal with the red pe. >>his is an agendaf control for itits open sake. that's why r regulators do what they do. come on. control l for its open -- its on sake. they're not mveilan power frequents. >> i guess you haven't deal with very men bureaucrats they like rul and live to enforce rules. >> undpaid government function areas. i call them littlemperors. they jusfy their existencey creating regulation >> even marty the mosquito i is
regular -- magician is regulated. >> thought how could be regulateted. >> he can't getut amore, too ba >>arty has entertained kids for 30 years and th like many ma. >> s he uses aabbit. >> yes! >> a birthday child will make the bbitit magic include --ly pear. >> i was signing autographs and taking pictureses. ddenly badge washrown into a mix and theinspector saying, let me e your license, license for a rabbit and she said fr now you cannot use yourr rabbit until you fil ou perwork, fi out theli phoex, inspect yo home. i'mubject to surprise inspections of momentum.m. >> is nonotmbarrassed. >> very serious.
>> martytyas in violation of the animal welfare act. ten times regulateyrs h have shown up, unannounced at marty's house. >> cannot argue wi them. you can't even tallogically with them. >> s would love i if everybody said,h. >> i got aew inspector and i said, did my fst one retire? she said, no, goodnews, we increasesed our budget and we he more inspectors now. wewe c visit you more often. >> youot this letter. deere dear members ofof our regulation coommunity. sounds like a familyly. >> a c community i don't wantoo be a part of. >> thehey actualallyanted a cocomprehensive written didisasr plan detaililing every i wouldlo with m my rait in event of a fire flood, temperatures, ice storm. >> 20 0 possible disasters they list. intentional attack. animals escape. tornado, hurricane, blizzard. the gernment calls t these common emergrgencies. >> thehe plan came in at 30 pag. >> you say to thesee people, coe
on, this is ridiculous and they laugh and say, it is, butt we have to do thihis? >> they don't laugh ever. >> there's more. you're not doing y your job if you're a regulatorrnless you add more off th stuff. >> that's why government grows new onee direction n and done shrirink. america wawas cop received as sa seaa of lisch with anan island f government power. we're now a sea of govovernment power with ever shrinkingng islands ofliberty. >> l let's go to the sea of government power. ite like to show y you around.. >> youou want a washington, dc tour? justst t doars. that's theapapitol behind me. this iss the irsrs b building. oh, i can'tt tell you that. ththat's illegal. >> segs i in the city, offers gued tours around washingt on segw. gs in theity in get it? one problem. >> this is illegal. >> it is illegal i you talk. >> bill manene had an idea. tours by segway. >> business grows tremendouslyl.
>> going too be up to ourur last year.. >> but guys in d.c. must take a test andnd get a government license to give tours. >> the you have been giviving tours. >> yes. >> you don't have a license? are you a bad person? >> i am not. >> she triried to get a license but that's not easy. >> i hadad to get four personal rev reps, people i have nope over a year. a c criminal background check, paport photos. >> total cosos $200. >> two or threee weeks later thy sasaid i could signed up for test date, and i took it a week and a half ago and i i failed by five points.. >> after the interview she tried again, jumped through more hoops, paid another $115. retotook the te, d finalal did ss. >> i think trying to mak sure thatat peoplee get a proper to. >> we give them a proper tour. i mean i've passed a bar exa i kno how to give a proper
tour. >> off to the right, washington, dc, and off to your le, rginia and the pentagon. >> the rules are n about safety on seays, it's aut what guides arellowed to say. many new rules are lits on speech, john was told he had to get a licensnse for hiss advicee column. >> if jo rosen is a criminal for giving addvice inn his coelm then deaear abbie was on a 50-yr crime spree. >> this year i received a letter from attorney forr the kentucky psycychology licensing board, telling me that i was practiticg psychology witithout a license.. >> cease and desist. you're engaged in unlawful prac of psychology. >> people all over the country are getting in trouble for giving advdvi without a licecen. i represent a a blogger from rth carolinaho wasas giving out die tier advice over the internenet. he got in troublele. i represent aa vet w whoho was helpingg people overseas whoho e no access to veterinarian. ththat guy got in trouble.
>> it is often the litittle guy whwho is the biesest victim of abusive lwsws. > am i being arrested? >> you nee to -- >> wneneed check you for weapons. >> these men had the nerve to offer home irorovements. >> arere you kidding me? >> no, sir. this is not a sting operation. >> because these jobob seeke did not put up thousands of dollars and take sell tests, government cracked down. bureaucrcracs at a state licensing g bod offered jobs to people on craigslist w who saidi seek work. but when the workersshowed up, this happen. >> califora's proud of this. theyost this video online. at a time when unemploymt is high. our government attacksks people who want to work.k. andd stopseople from staing businesses. >> got now h here they co.. >> s she was told,yoyo n need a license to help people with taxes.
>> free enterprise is at skeke. >> this manan, after selling shshirts here for 30 years, w told, you must st. this is just the rules from friday, december 16th. it's tiny fine print. >> yep. every daday is a another book, d youu have to know everything in here or you can go to jail? >>hat's right. and i'm a constitionanal lawyer, and i have ablutely no idea what is in these books. >> each and every o of this is incomprehendib to me. >> and unnecessary. i'm flipping open thi book. this is the department of energy regulaon on the forma for dermining the energy efficiency of a commeral icemaker. mebody whoho runs bar or a restaurant can just gd to t nufacter and sa gi me an it'sker. if it works the maret will figure out what is theest
icemaker. >> d don't knee reviews -- >> don't need the federal government pinting inincomprehends able formulas and require erybodyy to conform toto this bizarre standard. i kekeep gettingore of this stuff. and it doesn't go away. it's like a d disease, likeke a mole. just eat through. slowly, and you dodon't exist anymore. >> the mexican gray wolf. the huback whale. the sea lion. the are endangered spees and need proten. >> so the endangerered species t seems le a go idealism want those animals procted. but theureaucrats always take a good ide and run far with >> it's ou job as ambassador of the law to protect our nation's speaks fofor ture
generations. >> a so the governmement wants to use laland in lououisiana to protect one type of frog. >> we're hed by kper the frag. >> actuallthe mississippi gopherrog. he call hi kasphehost because none of these frogs live anywhere near ed's property. >> i looked it u on their web site, and found out tt by their own pubcations, the frog has not beenseen in the state of louiana because our land is not suitable for it. >> this frog doesn't exist in this are >> it doest right now. it has historically. >> why ills itfair t impose this on this pooruy? >> that's a go queson. right now the e lesshan 100 of these frogs in the wild. previously thoands. they ud to in louisiana, d this land owner has five great pondnds in his property.. >> the government went afterhe man's landd after bill snake's's group, the ceerer f for biologil
diversity, sueued shand wildlife for not doing enough to protect kasperer here. >> the g government can justsay, oh, this is a g good spot?? >> technicically, yes, bubu that isisn't how i woould put it. they think t that wild amererics cool america. >> peoplee want to protect endangered. >> absolutely. >> i didn't know there were nine million specie and that s some arare going to -- do all 4 milln spececies of beatles need too be preserved? whwhy do we need to preserve evy one. >> economic reasons, , ecologicl rereass, spiritual rains and these are godod's creatures. there's a limit how far w we go and don't pretend to kw where the line is. i sure as heck am going t try to save a specieses. >> but some roofsad an unintended constanceence. land officers know itself government finds an edangered species their land they will -- >> they can this lan out of commerceo stop it fro being develo this leto a new response,
called, shoooot,t, shovel, and t up. >> in her words, land owners at see a endangered spes s on eieir lan sometimes shoots the thing and then b bury it, and tn ut up about it. t tt way you can ke using your l.. >> their job is to preserve endanger specieshohouldn't they preser t these thing? >>hehey should but the frog can't live on our land. it needs the elelements. says you. >> says the fish and wildlife servic >> it's true. to make a nenew home for these frogs, the govevernment says hel have to change his land >> remove all the trees, replant nenew trees, dig ponds that have toto be maintaineded and drained every six months, putt the frogs back on, brn the forest every year >> he wantedo build huses on the land. i got rezone for that. no problem sis sh and wildlife, we wo with land owners. they wouldn't agreebe interviewed out the complaint.
instd they postedhis video. >>e ar looking forward t woing with willing lan oers in louisian >> they tellou how to coopoperate. th hen't this handbook. >> it's an enormously complex, tetedious,, bureaucraticic road. >> 300 in pages,, unbelievably complelex. certainly cocouldn't have a l le and dealal with this. >> y you couldn't. >> this isan antonio. yes. -- this is san annio. >> y yes -- this is reasonable?? >> yes, if i can understand it, they can undetatand it. >> youou're an environmental lawyer. what about nmamal people trying to liv their lives. see why you lwys love this. >> i would probably write defendt live but it does make sure the goverentt commits itself to a pcess that is transparent a fast. >> ft? >> er. >> tellingomeo thehey can't do someing with their own property to protect an animal that doesn't e exist t there? everybody's definitionn of cra. >> the environmealal rules are
suososed to preserve enngngered species. n nobody is going to disagree there isn't a cor of legitimate government regulationout there. but on top of that corwhich is sll, there is a giant mountain of usesess, life-crushing, time-waste, pap generating regulatn. >> h much mon are you out. >> $34 million. >> they that's inconsequenal can my land be takenor know reason atll, no a amal atll, anybody's lan anywhere can be taken. don't build a garage or a ing set on it. don't even cut your grass. >> sall around america land owners, shoot, shovel, and then shut up about it >> comin up,he supreme cot says i have a right to carry one of these, but will my city l me? you shouldn't have to go far
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>> what if thepassenger is obnoxious. >> goes both ways. rating the drives and tings on the passengers. >> people get res, i makeme money. eat deal. who would obje to that? >> taxi drivers,that's'shoho. >> cabbies lined up theirir cab, then let themit,, in protest o f car shaharing apps u used in the city. >> new ideas l like l lift make estatablished industry players angry. >> damamn right we are. itit's our family. >> we have to pay big momoney r licensnses. we have t to get f fingerprinte. we hve to haave commercrcial insurance, pink m mustache has nothing. sidede car has nothing. >> welell, not nothi. there is that backgroun check. d the rtitings. but lift driverss don't have to obey all the city's taxi rules. >> they just don't cplply with the l l. >> bill roush runs the biggest cab company ilos anles. >>ou want to ban the competition. >> we're not trying ban the competition. whate e would like is to competing th companies that
follllow the rules. but the lift cars have to etafety standards. >> whose safet standas? >> the state's. >> ty're lensed as private vecles. there's noafety standards there. is is theon system. actlly it's something better than t hon system. >> ii'm checkiy app and this driver s beenredit seated by passengers, that's not honor system. that's the world policing him. >>hat's all after the fact. >> in washington, dc, bureaucrats got so upset with car sharing businesses th did sting operationons.s. daday, h however, d.c.ololerates services lik lift. they beca too popular fofor regulators to strangle. there's no evenence that regulate cabs are safer. >> in new york, licsecab driver jumped a curb,hit a woman anddmitted, i shoul't be driving. at doesn't cry out for less fety regulations,nd it actuallyries out for m more
vigorous enforcement of the safety regulations. >> of course at relation makes it hard for outsiders to compete. >> most of the res thatxist in the transportation industry aredesigned to prote existing transportaon protect existin transportation cpanies from competition. >> in many cities no novative xi company dars ope in nashll tennesse bureaucrats demandedhat every car service must charge at least $45 a ride. >> i have to char them $45 for going frblocks. nobody's goining to ride for 45. >> it w all protecectionism, to prototect taxi industry. >>hen arted metro live, itas a great success, but the new $45 minimum ended that. we lost all o clientnd th went back taxis. he fought nashville's rules in court but bureaucrats n. whuld they wt to protect existi business? >> because existg businesses
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felt like a home away frromom home." >> not only are we able to use the friridge, we h have a micro, fresh hot cocoffee. >> i'll makeke it. >> julie likes staying in homes because this way her karr gets to learn a litittle about how differenent people live. >> messyy comfortable. >> the room-a-a-rama website th run by geo and tao. she e and her husband created i because e they travel a lot. >> there must be thousandsds of apartments able vovow inspect. >> how might they rent their home when they travel? why not just go to craigslist. >> because on craigigslist, you don't know who you'r're dealing with. we dealt withth people w who ju nenever showed up, p people who refused to pay in advancnce bebecause they didn't know who were. >> how do i know i'm not going to getet some guest who is goi to trash t the place? >> there are reviews onon the sisite. everythihing is very transparen for both sides. >> the reviews,s, the internet feedback, th k krout o sourcing is what makes ththese i ideas w. theyey knew that alistair is a
good host. alalistair knew less abobout he >> most gueuests don't hve as many rereviews. once i getet t their name, i''l to do a facebook searchch on th, but generally i'vee had really good luck. . >> he's hahappy, they're happy.. and this wonderful new business where strangers with complementary needs fifind each other keeps growing. so, of course, politicians crack down. is politician got a l pass that bans aone from renting eir own apartment to anyon for a timeeriod of less than a full nth. if you do, youe an iegal hotel anou can befined up to $25,000. the hotel industry suppos the law, to pro tourists, they say. >> they wa into asituation th inot safe, not clean. >> really? en we asked for names of mplainantsts, her office didn't provide any. >> there are peopl begging legislslators for the laws toee
overerturned. >> despitete all the laws metimes entrepepreneurs a their customers still win. room for rentnt website listing arup since new york's law pass ed. liam like alistair make some money, people likeke the hockt save some moneney and they haven experience they wouldn't have. >> it's's amazining, great, eas fun. > the cheaper taxi services survive. thee regulatotors pounce and th business grows. >> yeahah, the business s is g g incredibly fast. we've h people say multiple titimes that lift has rrestored their faith in humanity >> lift and sicar are now in more than a d cities. e mountain manefused to then his ssionate supporters got north carola' legislature to changeheaw to exempt primitive camps. soundsike the billwas written just for him.
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