I've actually read that book, but it does not address what I'm talking about. I'm talking more about how Paul supports the complete stripping of any sort of oversight (whether regulatory or otherwise) in environmental matters, selling national parks and nature preserves to private corporations, and protecting corporations from lawsuits in regard to their environmental impact. Nearly any biologist, conservationist, or environmental scientist will tell you that all of these decisions are devastatingly harmful to the long term health of our country and world. He also denies that climate change is an important issue affecting us (http://grist.org/politics/paul1/
), flying directly in the face of scientific fact.