The role of sholars and scribblers

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I was a little shocked (yes, I mean that) to find myself agreeing with Irwin Stelzer in the Telegraph this morning when he said:

So there is a gap in the market for ideas about tax policy, one that must be filled by scholars and scribblers searching for ways to render unto Caesar that which is Caesar's, while at the same time stimulating economic growth and job creation.

But at least I can comfort myself with knowing that I usually contradict almost everything he says. Someone has to.