27 June 2007

learning from new zealand

i have now received my third unrequested copy from the Mercatus Center of a speech made by Maurice McTigue, a former MP+ from New Zealand. he presents some fascinating ideas on eliminating wasteful spending and activities: actions actually taken by the NZ gubmint. it's an amazing laundry list of baby steps toward a more libertarian society. maybe i'll offer some itemization plus thoughts on it some day, but i'm lazy.

i offer up these 3 CDs to the first people to request them. ideally, i won't need to pay money to the gubmint mail monopoly, but i might consider it. best would be an offer to meet for lunch (Alan!).

for those not familiar with Mercatus: it's the Austrian economist HQ housed by George Mason University and run by Tyler Cowen.

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