I was intrigued to see Mark Littlewood’s suggestion that Nick Clegg’s latest “In The Know” initiative is evidence of his innate classical liberalism. Maybe Mark is right and inside Clegg there is a slash and burn tax cutter struggling to come out (it certainly seems like that at times), but the idea that saving money… Continue reading Are only classical liberals interested in saving money?
I still haven’t got my post-election blogging groove back. In the meantime, here are this week’s news referencing Henry George out there in the internets. First, “The Silent Consensus” has a piece on the Daily Kos. He begins by quoting Thomas Paine: “Men did not make the earth. It is the value of the improvements… Continue reading The week in Georgism
If the newspapers are anything to go by, Nick Clegg has taken the party irreversibly to the right; we are all economic liberals now. Strange then that, on the day Clegg marks his first year as leader he unveils a policy of purist Keynsianism. Still, as the old saying goes: if you have a reputation… Continue reading One Year On: Orange Bookers Found Wanting