Chicago Tribune photograph by Michael Tercha.
At National Review, Alexandra DeSanctis notes that (unlike the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act -- ed.) the Joseph Product is working, and it's well-received by participants.
Mr Feingold might gripe that his critics are selectively quoting him. His continuation is instructive, perhaps, though, not in a way he'd like. "There needs to be more investment in minority-owned businesses, community policing and in public schools, Feingold said."
How shall I start?
In the John Galt fashion: Invested by whom? Blank-out.
In the Great Society fashion: More urban renewal? Enough of your good intentions, already? Ditto for your malicious intentions.
He's right, though: entrepreneurship and good schools are present in Naperville. Are the politicians in the Milwaukees of the country providing the environment in which those phenomena can flourish?