My column this week begins:
It's a story that hits so many hot-button issues of the presidential campaign—free trade agreements, energy costs, monetary policy, taxes, income inequality, the loss of middle-class manufacturing jobs to foreign competition and technological change, corporate political influence, and government officials-turned-high-priced-Washington-lobbyists—that you might expect to see it on the front page of The New York Times.
Yet in this particular case, the story is about the Times, which earlier this month announced it would take a $41.4 million loss "related to the announced closure of a paper mill operated by Madison Paper Industries."
Please check the whole column out at the New Boston Post (here), Reason (here), and Newsmax (here). It is a classic.