T-S Letters to the Editor – “It is Easier to be a Liberal”

Donald Dunn of (Edit:  Redcrest*) thinks it is, and his letter to the T-S editor was published today.

Thoughts?  Mine later.  (Hint, it will probably include the word “externality”)

 

* This dyslexic thanks you Mary Ella.

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5 thoughts on “T-S Letters to the Editor – “It is Easier to be a Liberal”

  1. Mary Ella Anderson says:

    He’s from Redcrest not Redway. And I had to laugh when he recommended reading The Emperor’s New Clothes to understand the difference. I’m not sure if that points to his reading level or is just an indication that he’s not very good at analysis.

  2. Mary Ella Anderson says:

    Glad to be of service, Jon. There’s a great piece in the current Mad River Union by Elizabeth Alves on “Lessons learned from the recent elections.” I urge you to check it out.

    1. Finally found the article Mary Ella. Thanks for the heads up. That page also had a nice letter to the editor from you and a good article on the opposite page on set backs. That reminds me that I need to order a home delivery of the MRU and the Independent or at the very least remember to get to the library on a weekly basis.

    1. That’s the other option Anon 01, yes. Buy subscriptions – advantages – keep reporters like Daniel Mintz and Thadeous employed (which would be a huge reason for my purchase alone – convenience. Disadvantages – I think they only offer the dead tree option at this point.
      Library – advantages – social(ish) – make use and populate a valued community resource. Disadvantages – due to limited hours it cuts weekend-work days mid day.

      If either had a discounted rate that was e-edition only, I’d totally buy it – now. (like my e-subscription to the t-s) And I don’t want simply full access to their web site a-la- LoCO. What I want is a virtual version of the hard copy like TS’s pdf files.

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