Ronald Reagan

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.

Shirley, Gingrich: Stick By Principles

Craig Shirley and Newt Gingrich, CNN

As R's wrestle with how to compare the value of fights based on principle vs. fights based on clever calculation, there may be some lessons from the darkest periods of GOP history.

There’s a Grassroots Army Building to Save America, Will You Join?

Now is not the time for conservatives to give in to fear and give up.  Now is the time for us to seize the future by recruiting our friends, relatives, church members and neighbors to become members of the grassroots army Cruz, Paul and Lee are building and to turn them out to demand that Republicans fight for what Senator Ted Cruz has called “the last, best chance to defund Obamacare.”

Cuccinelli: Reagan Conservatism's Last Hope

Peter Ferrara, American Spectator

Cuccinelli’s race is make or break time for social conservatives.

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 Becomes Role Model for Youth

Craig Shirley, Washington Times

Finally, a modern conservative is being presented as a positive role model to children via a new book.

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.

Bob Dole’s Parlor Game

Jonah Goldberg, National Review Online

Trying to guess which politicians of the past would be welcomed by today’s parties is plain silly.