Ronald Reagan’s ‘The Killers’ released on DVD set – South Bend Tribune …

Long before he became president, Ronald Reagan was a B-movie star in Hollywood. His 1964 film “The Killers” recently was released on DVD coupled with the original 1946 adaptation of a short story by Ernest Hemingway. AP File Photo/DOUG

ED FEULNER: Reagan’s tax-cutting legacy

As the 2016 presidential campaigns gear up, Reagan's policies are under assault again, this time even from some on the right. This new group, called “reformicons,” says that supply-siders are obsessed with cutting tax rates for the richest Americans

Edwin J. Feulner: Reagan’s Tax-Cutting Legacy — The Patriot Post

President Reagan had a gift for proving his critics wrong. Almost none of the leading economists of the late 1970s thought that his supply-side, tax-cutting agenda, along with stable monetary policy and deregulation, could revive the U.S. ec

Ronald Reagan’s ‘The Killers’ released on DVD set – South Bend Tribune …

Long before he became president, Ronald Reagan was a B-movie star in Hollywood. His 1964 film “The Killers” recently was released on DVD coupled with the original 1946 adaptation of a short story by Ernest Hemingway. AP File Photo/DOUG

Inside the Beltway Advice on Iran from the Reagan era: Trust but verify —...

President Reagan's method to diplomatic negotiations was trust but verify. This deal has no guarantee of verification,” Mr. Inhofe points out. Americans appear to agree with such reasoning, something for presidential hopefuls to ponder. A Monmou

ED FEULNER: Reagan’s tax-cutting legacy

As the 2016 presidential campaigns gear up, Reagan's policies are under assault again, this time even from some on the right. This new group, called “reformicons,” says that supply-siders are obsessed with cutting tax rates for the richest Americans

Edwin J. Feulner: Reagan’s Tax-Cutting Legacy — The Patriot Post

President Reagan had a gift for proving his critics wrong. Almost none of the leading economists of the late 1970s thought that his supply-side, tax-cutting agenda, along with stable monetary policy and deregulation, could revive the U.S. ec

See How Ronald Reagan and Jimmy Carter Became Presidential Contenders …

By the summer of 1976, the pool of potential presidential candidates had winnowed to three: incumbent Gerald Ford, his Republican challenger Ronald Reagan and the Democrat Jimmy Carter. It was a situation tailor-made for the post-Watergate world

Ronald Reagan’s ‘The Killers’ released on DVD set – South Bend Tribune …

Long before he became president, Ronald Reagan was a B-movie star in Hollywood. His 1964 film “The Killers” recently was released on DVD coupled with the original 1946 adaptation of a short story by Ernest Hemingway. AP File Photo/DOUG

When did the ‘USA, USA’ chant come to politics? Thank Reagan.

When Jeb Bush's presidential campaign announcement was interrupted by immigration protesters, the crowd barely missed a beat. "Jeb! Jeb! Jeb!" they chanted. And: "We want Jeb!" And, according to The Guardian, that old standby: "U-S-A! U-

Inside the Beltway Advice on Iran from the Reagan era: Trust but verify —...

President Reagan's method to diplomatic negotiations was trust but verify. This deal has no guarantee of verification,” Mr. Inhofe points out. Americans appear to agree with such reasoning, something for presidential hopefuls to ponder. A Monmou

Juan Cole: That Time Ronald Reagan Opened Iran and Illegally Sold Weapons …

The Reagan administration in the 1980s was buffeted by two policy drives toward Iran. On the one hand, Reagan ally Saudi Arabia supported Iraq, which illegally launched a war on the Islamic Republic of Iran in 1980 in order to steal its oil-ri

ED FEULNER: Reagan’s tax-cutting legacy

As the 2016 presidential campaigns gear up, Reagan's policies are under assault again, this time even from some on the right. This new group, called “reformicons,” says that supply-siders are obsessed with cutting tax rates for the richest Americans

See How Ronald Reagan and Jimmy Carter Became Presidential Contenders …

By the summer of 1976, the pool of potential presidential candidates had winnowed to three: incumbent Gerald Ford, his Republican challenger Ronald Reagan and the Democrat Jimmy Carter. It was a situation tailor-made for the post-Watergate world

Obama: I’m Like Nixon, Reagan – The Daily Beast

In an interview with the New York Times, President Obama likened his approach to the historic deal limiting Iran's nuclear program to Ronald Reagan and Richard Nixon's foreign policies. “You know, I have a lot of differences with Ronald Reagan, b

Edwin J. Feulner: Reagan’s Tax-Cutting Legacy — The Patriot Post

President Reagan had a gift for proving his critics wrong. Almost none of the leading economists of the late 1970s thought that his supply-side, tax-cutting agenda, along with stable monetary policy and deregulation, could revive the U.S. ec

When did the ‘USA, USA’ chant come to politics? Thank Reagan.

When Jeb Bush's presidential campaign announcement was interrupted by immigration protesters, the crowd barely missed a beat. "Jeb! Jeb! Jeb!" they chanted. And: "We want Jeb!" And, according to The Guardian, that old standby: "U-S-A! U-

Juan Cole: That Time Ronald Reagan Opened Iran and Illegally Sold Weapons …

The Reagan administration in the 1980s was buffeted by two policy drives toward Iran. On the one hand, Reagan ally Saudi Arabia supported Iraq, which illegally launched a war on the Islamic Republic of Iran in 1980 in order to steal its oil-ri

Obama: I’m Like Nixon, Reagan – The Daily Beast

In an interview with the New York Times, President Obama likened his approach to the historic deal limiting Iran's nuclear program to Ronald Reagan and Richard Nixon's foreign policies. “You know, I have a lot of differences with Ronald Reagan, b

Inside the Beltway Advice on Iran from the Reagan era: Trust but verify —...

President Reagan's method to diplomatic negotiations was trust but verify. This deal has no guarantee of verification,” Mr. Inhofe points out. Americans appear to agree with such reasoning, something for presidential hopefuls to ponder. A Monmou

See How Ronald Reagan and Jimmy Carter Became Presidential Contenders …

By the summer of 1976, the pool of potential presidential candidates had winnowed to three: incumbent Gerald Ford, his Republican challenger Ronald Reagan and the Democrat Jimmy Carter. It was a situation tailor-made for the post-Watergate world