Bump for an excellent and refreshingly positive article from the WSJ.
I am confused by something in the 1st paragraph and would appreciate clarification. On one hand, Mr. Crane states that he knows that bigotry and intolerance are not in Dr. Paul's nature. Then he goes on to write: "Yet, while Mr. Paul disavows supporting those ideas, he refuses to repudiate his close association with their likely source,..."
Okay, I understand Wall Street is not the moral epicenter of the world. But, to most people in the NY Metro area ratting someone out is considered wrong.
Did I mistake Mr. Crane's intention in that statement?
“It is the food which you furnish to your mind that determines the whole character of your life.”
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