“Republicans believe every day is the Fourth of July, but the Democrats believe every day is April 15.” RWR
People who accuse Ronald Reagan of raising taxes, the debt ceiling, big spender, etc. as if he really believed in fiscal irresponsibility do so to justify Democratic liberalism of the most banal stripe. They are both [...]
The National Day of Prayer has great significance for us as a nation. It enables us to recall and to teach the way in which our founding fathers sought the wisdom of God when faced with critical decisions. It stands as a call to us to humbly come before God, seeking His guidance for our leaders and His grace upon us as a people.
What Reagan had was principle and honor backed by sixteen years of action and proof as a chief executive officer of a state then a nation. What Obama has is a record of teleprompter shattering talk with style but no substance. People are looking for the next Reagan. The next President of the United States will be elected based upon…
You only have to review history for a solution to the pressing problems we face under leadership which looks everywhere but history for answers. Our 40th President put things simple in his final State of the Union. No need for me to expound or try to dress up his meaning. Imagine if Congress had listened twenty three years ago.
To the Republican Leadership: Please don’t misjudge the reason for your coming victories. The Tea Party common folk understand the two party system. If you let us down this time, we’ll remake the two party system in the image of real conservatives verses the liberal-progressives.
What Would Reagan Do?
In July of 1975, Ronald Reagan sat down with Reason Magazine for an extensive interview. The following excerpt is from that month’s publication.
REASON: “Do you have any views as to the effectiveness of the Libertarian Party?”
REAGAN: “I’d like to see the Libertarian Party–I don’t say they should quit being a party–I’d like [...]
The awakening of the American people in the form of the tea party & 9/12 movement’s have surfaced a heightened distaste for politicians that carry the Republican banner but oftentimes disappoint their constituents with compromise on spending, taxation and government programs.
The temptation, as I’ve noticed in pockets around the country, is to vote third party. [...]
During most election cycles we can count on at least one candidate declaring “the upcoming election is the most important election of our lifetime”.
No statement could be more accurate for November 2, 2010.
In 1964, Ronald Reagan delivered a stump speech titled A Time for Choosing in support of Barry Goldwater’s presidential campaign. Reagan made the [...]