Ron Paul at #1 on NYT Bestseller List

For some reason the presence of Ron Paul’s new book at #1 on the New York Times bestseller list reminds me of all those times that Dianetics made the top of the list because of fanatical Scientologists buying hundreds of copies and then returning them a week later. The message of the book is great, but I just have this feeling that sales volume and buyer volume are out of sync.



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Dave Nalle has worked as a magazine editor, a freelance writer, a capitol hill staffer, a game designer and taught college history for many years. He now designs fonts for a living and lives with his family in a small town just outside Austin where he is ex-president of the local Lions Club. He is on the board of the Republican Liberty Caucus and Politics Editor of Blogcritics Magazine. You can find his writings about fonts, art and graphic design at The Scriptorium. He also runs a conspiracy debunking site at

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  1. Went to Borders today. They not only didn’t have the new Paul book on their list of non-fiction bestsellers, they’d apparently never even heard of it. No copies had ever even been delivered to the store. Do I smell a rat?


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