John Hendrickson: In the end Coolidge and Reagan shared a similar conservative philosophy rooted in the principles of the American Founding.
John Hendrickson: The best economic policy can be summed up by tax cuts, budget cuts, and limited government, or to phrase it in simple terms: Constitutional government.
Jeff Bell, a conservative visionary, Vietnam Veteran and three-time U.S. Senate candidate, passed away suddenly on Saturday night from an apparent heart attack at the age of 74.
John Hendrickson: The Civic Education Initiative is a step in the right direction in reversing this great moral problem of civic ignorance among high school graduates.
David Shedlock: Contrary to a meme being promoted by gun control advocates President Ronald Reagan supported the 2nd Amendment and did not support gun bans.
Donald Trump told MSNBC’s Chris Matthews that he supported punishing mothers who get abortions, but then sent a statement claiming the opposite.
John Gustavsson shares four things that conservatives need to understand about economics and about economic policy heading towards the 2016 elections.
John Gustavsson: Conservatism started off as an intellectual movement, and it is only as an intellectual movement that it can possibly succeed.
Michael Reagan spoke at the Iowa GOP Reagan Dinner in Des Moines and encourage Republicans and Conservatives to find ways to expand their message.
I was away on vacation last week, and there were a few stories that we were not able to cover on a timely basis as a result. Before I dive into that I want to thank Brian Myers who kept the wheels on the bus going for me while I was away by publishing press […]
The burden of proof. Who bears it? Having history show you to be astoundingly right or dismally wrong. Who remembers it? Spreading false discord among your Republican brethren. Who calls it a sin? Publicly attacking your own before privately attacking your enemies. Who purges such lunacy? Such are questions the mainstream/establishment Republicans-in-Name Only cannot ask […]
As we celebrate the freedom of our country, let us never forget that freedom is never free. And we have the responsibility to fight for that freedom.
Instead of President Obama’s notion of “peace with justice” we’d be better served by following President Reagan’s policy of “peace through strength.”
We are being bombarded with a message to give up our principles in order to win elections. Instead we need to stand up for marriage.
Everybody wants a Jesus who matches with their views and sentiments. They want a “user-friendly Jesus.” We don’t get to define our own personal Jesus.
Should the Mitt Romney-Paul Ryan ticket lose in November, Paul Ryan will have to deal with any baggage associated with Romney if he has future ambitions.