Rupert Murdoch, the media mogul who own Fox Network, 35 TV stations, British newspapers, just to name a few, tweets about his new found book.
"Just reading new book on Ron Paul. Fascinating. Ron sure model of consistency, right or wrong. Any tweeters wish to debate?
Someone replied to his tweet “not sure how his non-interventionism stands up in or current era.”
Murdoch replied “probably agree, but there are limits. But agree about Fed printing and likely coming crash. Also sticking to Constitution.”
Murdoch's tweets give his followers a glimpse about his opinion on Ron Paul's stands regarding the Federal Reserve and US war overseas.
This prompted Brian Doherty, senior editor of Reason Magazine, to post in his blog, “I am reasonably confident is a reference to my out-very-soon book Ron Paul's Revolution: The Man and the Movement He Inspired.”
Here is a brief description of Doherty's new book:
Presidential candidate and longtime representative Ron Paul of Texas is a true enigma in American politics: at once a libertarian who believes in outlawing abortion and halting illegal immigration, and a traditional conservative who fervently opposes the drug war, the PATRIOT Act, and America’s interventions in the Middle East. In Ron Paul’s rEVOLution, Brian Doherty, a senior editor at Reason magazine and Reason.com, documents the meteoric rise of Paul from relative obscurity to national prominence, and examines the fanatically devoted political movement that has arisen around him. Based on original reporting, Ron Paul’s rEVOLution is a remarkable portrait of an extraordinary man who has become a hero to a rising generation of cross-partisan young activists.
The book is available in Amazon.