Ah, you can always count on the Business Journal for some good, old-fashioned capitalist hatin'...(can you tell from these last two entries that I've just made it through the recent edition?)
So, the editorial in the Jan. 26 issue, entitled "Forest Park Forever," takes those tree-hugging, bleeding-heart "true believers" to task for their "faux populism" in wanting to deny BJC a long-term lease for that scrappy little easternmost patch of the park. The BJ paints the only "honest opposition in this fight" as "those who value green space over everything else." (Personally, I value copy-editing over everything else, so it pains me to see the candidate for aldermanic president misrepresented as "Louis Reid." But I digress.)
It takes both radical viewpoints, does it not? That's how we (potentially) get to good decisions that hew to the moderate middle, ostensibly where most people want to be. So, true believers, be ye nature-lovers or slaves to Caesar, keep on doing your thing.