by Jon Guze
Senior Fellow, Legal Studies, John Locke Foundation
Tim Worstall is a senior fellow at the Adam Smith Institute in London. He’s just started a new online publication called the Continental Telegraph. I haven’t had time to read much of it yet, but it comes highly recommended, and it includes a satirical advice column by “Aunt Agatha.” I don’t get the jokes because they refer to British politicians, but I like her style. From her bio:
She found international fame with the celebrated letter-opener hand-stabbing incident with a US journalist live on CNN. Her best-selling book, “The Tobacco and Alcohol Diet,” was published in 17 languages, derided though it was by academic nutritionists.