Oh just forget about July 4th. No way. Macy’s fireworks on the Hudson? Fuhgeddaboudit!
Mad Max’s Thunderdome? “Two men enter! One man leaves!” Now you’re talkin’.
C-SPAN might just want to change its revenue model in time to catch the fireworks and/or steel-cage death matches that will start in January when Ron Paul takes over as chair of the House Banking Committee that oversees Ben Bernanke and The Federal Reserve. This will be political theater that has the potential to top the Lincoln-Douglas debates of 1858.
But better than the theater will be Paul’s educational opportunity, if he plays his cards right.
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