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on, this is ridiculous and they laugh and say,it is, bu we have to do ts? >> there's more.ugh ever. you're not doingour job if you're a regulato unless you add more o o is stuff. >> that's why government grs new on directioand done shnk. america s cop received aa se of lisch with islandf government power. we're now a sea of gernment power with ever shrinki islands of liberty. >>et's go to the sea of government power. ite like to showou around >> you want a washington, dc tour? ju ten dollars. that's the citol behind me. this i the iuilding. oh, i can't tell you that. at's illegal. >> segs in the city, offers guideded tours around washington on segway.. segs in the citity in g get it? one problem. >> this is illegal. >> it is illegal if you talk.k. >> bill mamane had an idea. tours by segway. > business grows tremendous.
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generations. >> and so the governrnment wan to use land in liana to protect one type of frog. >> we're hauntnted by kaspeper e frag. >> actually ththe mississippi gopher f fro he calls him kaspar t thehost because none of these frogs live anhere near ed's property. >> i looked it up on their web site, d found out thatt by their own publicacations, the fg has not been seseen in the stae of l louisiaiana because our las not suitable for it. >> this frog doesn't e exist i is area. >> it doesn't t right now. it has historically. >> why ills it fair to impmpose this on ts poor guy? t that's a good question. right now there aree less than 100 of these frogs in the wiwild previously thousands. they used to be inin louiuisian, and this land owner has five great pos in his property >> the government wen after the man's land after bill snake grou the center for biologicacal
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instead d they posted thihis v . >> we e are looking forward to working with willing lan owneres in louisiana. >> they tell yoou how to cocooperate. they havenen't this h handbook. >> it's an enormously complex, dious bureaucrat road map. >> 300 in pages unbelievably compx. certainly dn't have aife and de withhis. >>ou couldn't. >> ts is sanan antonio. >> y yes. -- this is san antoninio. es -- this is reasonabl >> yes, if i can understand it, they c undersnd it. >> y y're an environmental lawyer.. what about norormal peoe trying to livee their lives. i see why you lawyerer lovee th. >> i would probably write it defendant t live but it does mae sure the govovernmenent commits itself to a a process that i is transparent and fast. >> fast?t? >> er. >> telling someone t they can'no somethining with their own property to protect an animal everybody's definitio of crazy
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competing wiompanies that llow t rules. >> the lift cars havave to me safety standards. >> whose safety standard he state's. >> the lensed as private vehihicl. there's no s safety standards there. ththis is the honoror system. >> actually it's something better than thehe honor syste >> if f i'm checkingng my app ad this driver hahas been c credit seated by hihis passengers, thas not ththe honor system. that's the world policing him. >> tt's all after the fact. >> in washington, dc, bureaucrats go so upset with car sharin businesses th did sting operaons. day, however, d.c.olerates services lik lift. they became too pular regulators to strangle. there's no evididence that regulatedd cabs are safer. >> in new york, licensed d cab driver jumped aurb, hit a woman and a admitted, i shouldnt be driving. ththatat doesn't cry out for les sasafety regulations, a and it actually c cries out forore
vigoro enforcemt the safety regulations. >> of courseththat regugulation kes it hard for outsiders to compete. >> most of theulules that e exis in the transportation industry are designed to proctct existing transportitionrotect existin transportation companies from competition. >> in many cities no ininnovati tataxi company dars open.n. in nashville,e,tennessee,e, bureaucrats demanded t that eve car service must charge at least $45 a ride. >> i have to charge them $45 going fou blocks. nobody's goingg to ride for 45. >> it was all protectionisism, protect taxax industry. >> w when heststarted met liryr, it w was a great success, but t new $45 minimum ended that. >> we lost all ourur cliess and theyey went backtoto taxis. >> he fought nashville's rurule in court but t the bureaucrats wowon. why y woul they want to protect existing bbusiness? >> becausese existing businesse
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apartment is cozy. felt like a home awayrom home." >> not only arar we able use the fridge, we have a micwave, fresh hotcoffee. >> i'll ke it. >> julie likes staying in homes because this way her karr gets to learn aittle about how dient people live. >> mey comfortable. >> the rooa-rama website the run by geo and tao. e and her husband created becae they travel a lot. >>hehere must be thousds of apartments ablw inspect. >> how might they rent their home when they travel? why not just to craigslist. >> because on cigslist, you don't know who y're dealg with. we dealt wth people w who just neverr showedup, people who refused to p in adnce becausethey didn't know who we were. >> how do i know i not going toet some guest who is gogoing to tra thehe place? >> there are reviews on the sitete. everythingng is very transparen for both sisides. >> the reviews, the internet feedback, this krorout o sourci is what makes thesese iddeas wo. they k knew that alistair is a
good hohost. alisistair knew less aboutut th >> most gueststs don't have as many reviviews. once i get t their name, illll to do a a facebook search on th, but generally i've had really go luck. >> he's happppy, ty're happy. anand this wonderful new busisi where strangers with mplementntary needs find each other keeps rowing. so, of course, politicians crack down. th politician got a law passed that bans anye from renting eir own apartment to anyone for a timeerd of less than full moh. if you do,ou'r'r an illlleg hotel andd you can be fined up o $25,000. the hol industry supportrts the law, to protetect tourists, the say. >> they walklk into a situatio that is s nosafe, not clean. really? whwhen we asked for names of complaints, her office didn' provide any. >> there a peopl begging
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