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Humor Links

Hear, ye! Hear, ye! May God have mercy on our country! This court is now in session! Amen!!!

The supreme Court bailiff from the movie Gideon's Trumpet.

Yes, my fellow patriotic cybersurfers, you can find humor in this stuff, as important as it is.

So, if your head is swimming in all the information you have found, and your heart is still aching from the ills that got you started looking, try some of these links and see what I mean.

The FreeCitizen On-Line Editorial cartoons by Charles Moore are insightful and humorous. Site has other features of likely interest, as well.

Libertarian Humor Entertaining and enlightening.

Wacky Court Cases Wacky in name, or content, these cases, some real, some made up, provide a badly needed spot of humor to the cyber surfer in search of the truth about Liberty, Justice, Rights, and Freedom.

Ted Rall Takes a lighter view of recent events in the legal world that took the headlines for however long or short . . .

History of the World?!!! In case you haven't already seen this . . . . it is funny!

Lawyer Jokes Check out this section of Yahoo search engine for a list of lawyer jokes.

U.S. Federal government: another good reason for anarchy. Material is dated, but title is funny.

TV is a medium because anything well done is rare. Dated material, funny title, humorous observations on television.

There are three kinds of people. Those who can count and those who can't. There are some funny parts in this article which is about web counters.

Haiti/Cuba - If this isn't war, then why is CNN massing on the border? Title is related to a section of the Constitution, even if article is not.

Why do they call it a TV set, when you only get one? Another title with wry implications for that medium that more and more poeple love to hate. I wonder if anything in the article is about TV?

If it weren't for politicians, we wouldn't need assault rifles. Contains a humorous observation on guvuhmint shutdown of 94 (or was that 95)?

A KGB keyboard doesn't have an ESC key. Title wryly suggests perniciousness of overwrought law enforcement agency.

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