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Three Band-Aids + a Tourniquet – Part One

If the recent Presidential election, the deadlocks in Congress, and the politization of the Supreme Court teach us anything it is simply this: our government is gravely ill. True, the election met two important attributes of democracy: it was robust, … Continue reading

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Plain, Honest Men

As our country sputters, sometimes aimlessly, sometimes recklessly, I find myself reading more of our history, as if morsels from a noble past can nourish me through our present morass.  I recently finished Plain, Honest Men – The Making of … Continue reading

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