Steven Marshall

Steven Marshall

29/10/2020 · 2 min read · ~10
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The Only Middle Finger Available

The Only Middle Finger Available

NOTE: I found this excellent article in the 'National Review' by Rich Lowry. It certainly resonates with me, mainly because I don't believe that this election on November 3rd is a slam dunk for Biden. Read on and enjoy (or weep). As always, you can...

Jim Murray

Jim Murray

I feel bad for a lot of the Americans who are loyal Republicans and voted along the party line, thinking that Trump would learn how to do the job and rise to the occasion. But a lot of these people obviously have not followed Trump's antics over the years. He was creating discord and hate long before he got seriously into politics. What really bothers me is tha so many smarter Republicans don't have the stones to say, well we blew it and it's time to regroup and find ourselves a Conservative leader that will represent the values we used to have before Trump and McConnell et al, took them all away. I live in Canada and while we have our left and right issues, they pale by comparison to what Americans have to deal with. Up here we fear that your democracy will not survive another four years of Trump's narcissism.

30/10/2020
Harvey Lloyd

Harvey Lloyd

The enemy of my enemy is my friend. A sad state of affairs to say the least. My discussions have turned more towards, if we could build the "manchurian" candidate what qualities and character would they need?

Like Patton being who we needed in the day he was not a liked individual. He was harsh and demanding but he was about winning what he had been asked to win.

Trump is as the post describes. The resistance to progressive social engineering that historically never worked. But he also has the qualities of Patton, unlikable, demanding and sworn to drain the swamp of progressive social engineering. He can meet the constitution and the establishment with the same harshness needed to repel his detractors. Trump never assumed to be presidential nor does most who support him expect him to be.

There is one very clear thought that will be decided Nov. 3. People will choose between self determination or social determination. The will of the people will speak.

29/10/2020
Steven Marshall

Steven Marshall

27/9/2018 · 2 min read · ~10
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What Can We Do?

What Can We Do?

NOTE: The following is from my friend, Paul McCusker, Senior Director of Content Creation at the Augustine Institute Graduate School of Theology in Denver, CO, and the world. I saw this on my Facebook feed, and I was so struck by how Paul put...

Steven Marshall

Steven Marshall

1/8/2018 · 11 min read · ~10 · 1
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Widening the Lens

Widening the Lens

NOTE: Thank you for the excellent feedback on last week's post about "Whatever Happened to Complicated Conversations?" I think that many of the questions I received will be answered in the following post.  Enjoy. As always, you can find all of my...

Steven Marshall

Steven Marshall

30/12/2017 · 3 min read · ~10
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Passages - Richard Reardon

Passages - Richard Reardon

NOTE: This blog was initially published in 2014 as part of a series I wrote about the most unforgettable people I have known in my life. I learned this morning that Richard passed away in September of this year after a battle with cancer. I knew...

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Perhaps we ought to read the stars?

Perhaps we ought to read the stars?

The intrinsic fear of insecurity has pervaded the human condition ever since the beginning of recorded time. This fear manifests in the collective defense of the familiar and of the status quo – the comfort zone. Those that have presented...

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