Wednesday, 11 February 2009

Two excellent posts

First, Blue Eyes wants to get away from current ways of thinking and look at different ways of funding and implementing the public services that we think we need. A post worth citing for many more reasons that the fact that it refers to "the usually brilliant Patently"...

Second, Stuart Sharpe looks at the business of Government from the ground up, starting from the assumption that government needs to do nothing, and considering what activities are the exception to this and are probably best kept for officialdom after all.

Between them, they could build a manifesto for a new, small state low tax Great Britain. That's if they can realise that they don't actually disagree with each other, of course.


  1. What are you talking about 'don't actually disagree with each other'? We're inconsolably at loggerheads, couldn't you tell?!