The 30th Anniversary of SDI, President Reagan’s Visionary Idea

Benjamin Myers Photography Ronald Reagan’s Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI) speech in 1983 launched a program to eliminate the threat posed by a nuclear attack and set the groundwork for today’s missile defense system. On March 19, The Heritage Foundation and the George C. Marshall Institute co-hosted an event commemorating the 30th anniversary of this speech. […]

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The Case for Newt Gingrich: How Easily His Great Conservative Achievements are Forgotten

By Peter Ferrara on 12.28.11 @ 6:08AM How easily his great and solid conservative achievements are forgotten. He led us to victory before. Spectacular, historic victory. The strategy and content of his 1994 Contract with America propelled the Republicans to a 54-seat gain in 1994 to win control of the House of Representatives, which had […]

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Charts Obama Doesn’t Want You to See

While the Obama administration and the mainstream media attempt to paint Americans enjoying a current economic recovery – the facts tell a very different story.  After some 5 TRILLION dollars in deficit spending, job growth remains as stagnant as ever under the yoke of the Obama presidency: There are a couple of interesting observations to be made from […]

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Honoring Ronald Reagan on His 100th Birthday

One hundred years ago today, in a small Illinois town, Ronald Wilson Reagan was born. From Illinois, he went to Hollywood to become an actor. From Hollywood, he went to Sacramento to become governor of California. And from Sacramento, he went to Washington to become President of the United States of America. Ronald Reagan led […]

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Reaganomics vs. Obamanomics

By Dr. Paul Kengor President Obama says the economy is the worst since the Great Depression. Actually, it is the worst since the Reagan recession of 1982-83. Further, the 2009 market crash is not the worst since 1929 but since 1987—also on Ronald Reagan’s watch. What did Reagan do—or, more importantly, didn’t do—in response to […]

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