I found this interview with Dave Berry in Reason Magazine while cleaning up some of my IE favorites. Its a bit old, but still fun to read. A sample:
If we're spending $853 trillion on some program now, and next year we spend any less, that's "budget-cutting" to them. For them, the question is always, "What kind of government intervention should we impose on the world?" They never think that maybe we shouldn't.
It gives me a real advantage as a humorist because I get credit for having insight and understanding--and I don't. I don't have any insight or understanding on anything about the government. All I think is that it' s stupid--which is the one perspective that' s almost completely lacking in Washington.
His discussion of why libertarianism won't lead to everyone having sex with dogs is priceless. No, I am not going to explain this, you have to read it.