It was to guard us against this inevitable decay of government that the Constitution was written. Its purpose was and is not to enthrone a Government superior to an imperfect and confused electorate, but to protect us from such a government.”

It’s always reassuring to hear from the old 1960s radical, David Mamet. He survived his education at Chicago’s Francis Parker School (whose founder created the Winnetka Way of progressivist non-education before the school), earned a Pulitzer Prize, and wrote Glengarry, Glen Ross, all as he was transforming into a solid Constitutional conservative. Now he’s coming out for the 2nd Amendment. Read more here.