We're often told that those with nothing to hide have nothing to fear: an untruth that this little survey of the American legal system might help to dispel.
On leaving America:
But above all I'll miss the Idea of America: an idea that, however
scuffed, endures and retains it's extraordinary power: an idea that
every man is endowed with the right to pursue his own idea of happiness
(every woman too, of course) provided that quest does not impinge upon
the rights of others. That remains a revolutionary concept worth
defending against enemies domestic and foreign.
A damn fine idea it is too.
Gordon Brown's latest ideas about the NHS mean that it should be privatised.
Yet more proof that Hayek was right about spontaneous order.
As part of a book review : WWII was in part because of an ignorance of this liberal economics thing.
Is it really necessary to overturn the most basic laws of property simply for an art exhibition?
And finally, from the Department of Surprising Research Results.