Thursday, May 17, 2012
TFP Column: If It Saves Just One Freedom
What can the closing of Pubs in rural Ireland have to do with saving freedom in this country?
It's a grand question to ask, and sure I could tell you, but that would keep you from getting off of your duff and reading my latest effort for the TFP, "If It Saves Just One Freedom" (a phrase that I freely admit to stealing and lampooning). While it's true that there's a bit of 'Six Degrees of Separation' to the piece, it's easy enough to connect the dots without putting on a tin foil hat that would undoubtedly cause harmful effects in the heat and make you very uncomfortable.
Speaking of uncomfortable, I suspect that this is the feeling you will be experiencing in your own social circles if you don't manage to keep up with everything that's going on in Toledo and Northwest Ohio by reading its largest Sunday circulation and the state's best weekly newspaper for the third year in a row, the Toledo Free Press.
(You know, one of these days I'm going to have to sit down and ask editor-in-chief Michael Miller how the TFP can be a weekly paper when its printed twice a week ... but not this day.)