Here's another reality nugget.
Immigration: We wrote the book on immigration. We had to. Immigrants need to do so by the book. There are already enough laws in the book - but we need to ENFORCE them.
Speaking of enough laws - here's a thought: There's enough jail space. There are just too many laws. Every time we turn around we may be doing something illegal. And too many times the most meaningful and necessary laws (those dealing with IMMIGRATION, for instance) are broken, ignored, or go unenforced for so long that both the law breaker and the law enforcement official question their validity. It seems that only the more easily enforceable laws are actually enforced, while the more difficult (and sometimes expensive) laws are left by the wayside. Generally speaking, however, there are too many laws. Hey who knows, you may be arrested for reading this.