Introducing Kip's Law : "Every advocate of central planning always - always - envisions himself as the central planner."
About such planning : would you drive more safely with a seat belt on or with a dagger in the steering wheel?
And when such planning and regulation is applied to the agricultural sector, who benefits ?
Another possible application of incentives : to beat welfare fraud, what if being caught meant that you could never apply for that benefit again?
There's an idea being floated that we should abolish prisons altogether. But then what do you do with sociopaths ?
Gordon Brown doesn't look at opinion polls ? Good grief! The man's a politician!
And finally , what Ian Smith would do and Robert Mugabe would not, plus, an added bonus , the worst book title ever.