The author, Clarence Page, has his contact information at the end of the article. It's another one of those pieces condoning the destruction of the principle of insurance and personal responsibility. Then Page actually had the gall to say that Dr. Paul, of all people, "waxes vague" on the explanation to it. Clearly this author has done no research or independent thinking.
The author is completely unaware of how the free market corrects problems.
The Bismarck Tribune - "Ron Paul coming to North Dakota!" Fargo, Nov. 5th - Hosted by the North Dakota Policy CouncilSubmitted by rp311 on Fri, 09/02/2011 - 17:42
Ron Paul is coming to North Dakota! ... In November.
The Texas representative, doctor and presidential candidate will be in Fargo on Nov. 5 as part of an event hosted by the North Dakota Policy Council.
It’s the council’s fourth annual Free Market Forum, and the event will feature dinner and a speech by Paul.
A basic dinner ticket is $50, but for those who want to meet Paul personally, things can get spendy.
A special event with Paul will be held after the speech, and those wanting to attend will have to spend anywhere from $500 to $10,000.
Addressing us from his bully pulpit, Chicago Tribune writer Eric Zorn condescends with an arrogance so smug he puts most of his colleagues to shame.
Here he vents his being dumbfounded by reactions to his latest piece from Ron Paul supporters, and media skeptics the world over: http://blogs.chicagotribune.com/news_columnists_ezorn/2011/0...
Here's a batch of hate mail, most likely selected for publication based on their poor grammar and spelling: http://blogs.chicagotribune.com/news_columnists_ezorn/2011/0...