Patent Attorney and recovering Anglophile. Convinced that liberty, the free market, individual rights and low government spending, rugged individualism, more people pulling the wagon than in the wagon, entrepreneurship, innovation, intellectual property rights, strong military, and related doctrines are the way to go. I believe that profits are not evil and are an integral part of the free market system, and contain important information. I believe that Conservatives care about people, but they care about an array of other important factors as well. Favorite book: Economics in One Lesson by Henry Hazlitt. A welfare state is sustainable as long as few people actually need the benefits, cf Switzerland. You get the general idea.