Here's something to annoy the biologists: both Wallace and Darwin got some of their inspiration from Malthus.
That ever longer working week idea: Americans now spend only 28% of their waking hours working as opposed to 61% only a century and a half ago.
The optimal approach to slowing climate change might not in fact be the optimal approach to climate change.
Getting technical on measuring the benefits of trade: Stolper-Samuelson is broken if you consider that ownership of factors of production is shared.
Limiting the new domain names: the morality police would be better off arguing for all the rude words as new domains.
Things are bad when a respectable middle aged lawyer dreams of doing this to the Prime Minister: "would have given the oily little tick a good kicking behind the bike sheds."
And finally, well, just what is the best thing since sliced bread?