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Tag Ronald Reagan

Read My Lips Moment for Trump

PLEASANT HILL, JANUARY 3, 2019 – The reason I did not vote for George Bush in the 1992 election was very simple.  During the 1988 campaign he made it clear, “Read my lips. No new taxes.” President George Herbert Walker… Continue Reading →

The Selection of A President: Look for Their Ability to Handle Crisis

LEE’S SUMMIT, FEBRUARY 21, 2016 – This is the fourth and final part in a four-part series that revisits an article I wrote in 2008, the first week of this blog. I put down my thoughts on how I was… Continue Reading →

The Selection of a President: Look for the Nature of their Fiscal Policy

LEE’S SUMMIT, FEBRUARY 13, 2016 – This is the third in a four-part series that revisits an article I wrote in 2008, the first week of this blog. I put down my thoughts on how I was going to select… Continue Reading →

Iran Today: An Unintended Consequence

How did Iran become so bold so quickly? The Axis of Evil, Iran, Iraq and North Korea, all got their start during the 1990’s while 8 years were spent under the last Democratic relatively liberal administration. Starting in 1980 President… Continue Reading →

Future of the Conservative Movement

Between now and 2010 the leadership of the Conservative movement is going to have to define what the Conservative movement is all about. This is a very difficult task, one that the GOP could not do for many years leading… Continue Reading →

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