U.S. control of the Internet’s basic functions has kept the Web free for Americans and for the entire world. And it’s up to us to keep it that way. As Ronald Reagan said during the great Panama Canal controversy in the mid-1970s, … [Read more...] about Was It an April Fool Joke?
Conservatives face a major political challenge, but they can tackle and overcome it as they have done three times before. Three prior examples demonstrate the right way and the wrong ways to put America back on track and bounce back from a … [Read more...] about Time to Follow Reagan’s Example
Where did the super majority of votes gathered by Ronald Reagan in his Presidential campaigns go in 2008? Can they be reclaimed by future Republican candidates? Reagan's 1980 and 1984 victories were based on a coalition of three different … [Read more...] about Where Did the Reagan Votes Go in the 2008 Election?
The U.S. Navy gave Ronald Reagan a dramatic 25th anniversary gift on February 21. A Navy missile raced into outer space and destroyed an orbiting satellite, thereby providing new proof of the vision President Reagan proclaimed in his then-sensational … [Read more...] about New Proof of Reagan’s Wisdom
Ronald Reagan was dismissed by the intelligentsia as just an actor who read speeches written by others until history professor Kiron Skinner discovered a box of Reagan's original radio scripts written in his own hand on ruled yellow paper from … [Read more...] about Setting the McCarthy Record Straight
When Ronald Reagan became President in 1980, conventional wisdom assumed that the Soviet Union's position as a fearsome superpower was permanent. Henry Kissinger had the pessimistic belief that the Soviets had attained such nuclear power that his … [Read more...] about Remembering Ronald Reagan
Most Americans have concluded that the media hype about Y2K computer breakdown and terrorism dangers were mostly that, just hype, probably for the purpose of maintaining media ratings since the Monica soap opera is no longer available for … [Read more...] about Y2K and the Man of the Century
Abolishing the Department of Education was one of Ronald Reagan's campaign promises when he ran for President in 1980. Fulfilling that promise is long overdue, and the time to do it is now. Education is not a department that has always been with … [Read more...] about Let’s Abolish the Department of Education
Thirty years ago in 1965, I was privileged to be escorted with a small group through NORAD, the great hole in a Colorado mountain where our government headquartered its systems designed to track any object that might attack our nation from the … [Read more...] about SDI Should be Built Now