Tuesday, 26 April 2005

Liberty is the breath of progress

New Freeland - something to be getting on with.
Courtesy The Free Radical magazine.


Blogger Duncan Bayne said...

Just one question - how long is the 'foreseeable future' during which we'd have to put up with compulsory taxation? I like the billing idea though, much fairer than tax as a proportion of income.

27 Apr 2005, 12:54:00  
Blogger PC said...

According to recent Libz budgets (2005 is being prepared as we speak) the foreseeable future would be five to seven years, ie., the time necessary to effect the transition, and to make provision for those for whom an annuity is to be provided. (Those budgets were online at The Free Radical site, but recent webmasters seem to have removed them I'm afraid.)

27 Apr 2005, 14:13:00  
Blogger PC said...

See for example 'This is a Superb Budget!' http://www.libertarianz.org.nz/?libzpr=137

27 Apr 2005, 14:15:00  

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