Given I’m currently heavily heavily busy I’ll have to pull another comment from this Top 10 at 10
Economists don’t have universal truths, which is why I can’t understand how it is called a science. Without those universal truths all you can expect is opinions.
- Does science have universal truths?
- Is it true that without universal truths all we have are opinions?
- If 2 is true, then is it a lost cause – or perhaps is there a mechanism that makes some “opinions” relatively more valid/persuasive/closer to “truth”
Note: I hope one of the other bloggers will cover off the National and Labour policy announcements – as I haven’t had any time to look at them at all – *wink wink*. If it doesn’t happen during the week, I’ll see if I can manage something in the future.