Steve McEllistrem

The Devereaux Dilemma

Monthly Archives: October 2017

The Fall of Democracy

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Democracy is having problems around the world, under attack by both the left and right fringes as being inefficient and weak at a time when decisive strength is necessary. But that’s the nature of democracy. When the many (instead of … Continue reading

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The Comfortable Road to Ruin

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We strive for comfort. It might be built into our DNA – something like an instinct for survival. We do what we can to increase our comfort levels, looking for the latest modern conveniences, the newest app to make our … Continue reading

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The Real Second Amendment

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The Second Amendment isn’t exclusively about guns, though most people don’t realize that. Yes, guns are mentioned in the text, and through tortured readings over the decades, courts and advocates have reached the conclusion that the Second Amendment provides everyone … Continue reading

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