Liberalism always defines itself by contradiction
Liberalism always defines itself by contradiction. Marijuana is now legal in Colorado for those over 21 AND for private use; marijuana, however, can neither be smoked in public nor sold. You, of course, note the contradiction in this meaning of legal or approved but not a liberal Democrat. Guess who printed this about a fallen titan of industry in 1906? He was unique in practicing “the doctrine that the true policy of a public service corporation was to deal candidly, fairly, and honorably with the public.” These words of praise for the deceased head of the Pennsylvania Railroad, Alexander Cassatt, come from the late, great New York Times, which over the years has succumbed to rampant liberalism. Alexander Cassatt, a rich baron of his times, was the responsible sponsor of the marvelous construction of Penn Station and its tunnels. Are good guys in business really rare?