President Reagan

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Is Putin the Irrational One?

Patrick J. Buchanan, Buchanan.org

America and Russia are on a collision course today over a matter – whose flag will fly over what parts of Ukraine – no Cold War president, from Truman to Reagan, would have considered any of our business.

How Are We Going To Beat Hillary?

How are we going to beat Hillary? History tells us there’s only one way: Nominate a Republican candidate who will campaign and govern as a limited government constitutional conservative.

House GOP: Reagans or Fords?

Jeffrey Lord, American Spectator

House GOP leaders' push to use trick votes to weaken OCare makes them look like the Gerald-Ford-estab.-R's that Reagan talked about in '76 as having made of the party a “fraternal order” when it must be “something where people are bound together by a shared philosophy.”

Bush Lauds Anti-Reagan Flick

Mike Flynn, Breitbart

Why do GHW and Barbara Bush love a movie that portrays Reagan so negatively? In reality, the Reagans invited butler Eugene Allen to attend a state dinner. Allen's photos of the Reagans hang in his living room while other presidential pics are in the basement.

A Reaganite Giant Dies

Bill Clark served Ronald Reagan for over a quarter of a century as a public official, advisor and friend. In Ed Meese's estimation Judge Clark was a key figure in formulating and leading United States foreign policy during the President’s administration, and was instrumental in developing the strategy that led to winning the Cold War.

In Memoriam: Ray A. Barnhart and Ronald B. Dear

Texas and the entire conservative movement have lost two giants who contributed much to the cause of freedom: Ray A. Barnhart and Ronald B. Dear

Reagan Would’ve Embraced Tea Party

Benjamin Bell, ABC News

RR speechwriter Peggy Noonan says he would’ve supported the Tea Party’s limited gov't stand.