Ferg’s take on Ron Paul: Interview on WGSO’s Ringside Politics

With successful campaigns in the Iowa and New Hampshire presidential primaries—third and second, respectively—Ron Paul remains in the national spotlight. However, two broad misunderstandings are impeding his rise as the conservative front-runner and alternative to Mitt Romney: first, confusion about Paul’s policy positions as a constitutional or paleoconservative; second, the dire state of the United States economy, which compels more aggressive action than the other candidates offer.

Jeff Crouere (pictured), a radio host I admire with WGSO in Louisiana, had me on to address these concerns and respond to questions from callers. Click below to listen (24 minutes, mp3), and I encourage people to check out his show, weekdays at 7 to 11am CST.
[audio:http://bit.ly/wZQYDh]

To get a sense for Paul’s positions and why his following continues to grow, I noted Paul’s post-New Hampshire speech as one to watch.

Fergus Hodgson

Director of fiscal policy studies at the John Locke Foundation, policy advisor with The Future of Freedom Foundation, and host of The Sta...