Can you name a major moral, political or intellectual issue on which you've ever changed your mind? > I used to be a traditional conservative, but have since become an avid libertarian, meaning I've changed my mind about so much. There was a time when I would have opposed homosexual relationships in certain circumstances; nowadays I couldn't care less.
What philosophical thesis do you think it most important to disseminate? > The state is not your friend.
What philosophical thesis do you think it most important to combat? > Statism in its many forms.
If you could effect one major policy change in the governing of your country, what would it be? > Drastically reduce the areas in which government is involved, most importantly in the provision of health and education services.
If you could choose anyone, from any walk of life, to be Prime Minister, who would you choose? > Perry de Havilland.
What would you do with the UN? > Remove all members in whose country you cannot drink the tap water.
What do you consider to be the main threat to the future peace and security of the world? > The exerting of excessive political control over the lives of individuals, be it the imposition of Islamic law, adoption of communism, or formation of an EU superstate.
Do you think the world (human civilization) has already passed its best point, or is that yet to come? > The best is yet to come.
I would say that Tim gets full marks, no? I certainly agree with every word of the above.
I would certainly add Tim's blog to my feeds, had I not been reading him for years anyway...