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Common Leftist Economic Claims, Part I: Exposing the Ignorance. Or Maybe the Dishonesty.

In a comment to a previous article here at TAH, one of our regular commenters made the following statement. Here is a purchasing power chart showing Reagan’s tax cuts did not flow down in actual purchasing power. http://www.advisorperspectives.com/images/content_image/data/f1/f1bddfd60a7085c654daea1353d98626.gif...Show More Summary

Janet Yellen Is a Clueless Economist, Stockman Tells Fox Business

By Fox Business Former Reagan Budget Director David Stockman on the Federal Reserve and what is needed to boost the U.S. economy. Watch the latest video at video.foxbusiness.com Source: Stockman: Janet Yellen is a clueless economist The post Janet Yellen Is a Clueless Economist, Stockman Tells Fox Business was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!

Trump Time Capsule #121: USA Today

USA Today came into existence early in Ronald Reagan’s first term. Since then it has covered eight presidential races: Reagan-Mondale…

Talking Presidents, Politics, and Peace with Shimon Peres

In conversations with the former prime minister of Israel, he revealed why he never lied to David Ben-Gurion, what he considered his first political achievement, and how Ronald Reagan 'conquered' his heart.

John F. Kennedy and Ronald Reagan Proved Tax Cuts Work

'The two greatest political figures of the last 60 years gave us the model we need'

Donald Trump Proved to Be No Ronald Reagan

All the nominee had to do at the first debate was appear polite and reasonable for 90 minutes. He failed.

Goodbye, Rosetta, and thanks for all the comet science

It was conceived when Ronald Reagan was in the White House. It launched a few weeks after Mark Zuckerberg created Facebook in his Harvard dorm. It spent a full decade looping around the solar system. And when it finally caught up with its target, it deployed the first probe to land on a speeding...

Trump tries to echo Reagan, but leaves out an essential element: Optimism

Campaign 2016 updates: Trump casts media as corrupt and Clinton incompetent after the debate Sept. 28, 2016, 4:17 a.m. Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders will campaign together Wednesday in New Hampshire. Donald Trump heads to Iowa and Wisconsin after a rough first debate. Donald Trump tries to...

Suburban women make Colorado a daunting climb for Donald Trump

Chelsea Nunnenkamp is the kind of party loyalist who bleeds Republican red. She started walking precincts and stuffing envelopes for GOP candidates at age 15. During high school, she kept a poster of Ronald Reagan above her bed. But come November, for the first time ever, she may vote for a third-party...

Trump tries to echo Reagan, but leaves out an essential element: Optimism

Donald Trump sought to evoke Ronald Reagan from his first answer in the presidential debate, but as he has throughout the campaign, he left out Reagan’s elemental quality: optimism. In Trump’s words Monday night, American jobs “are being stolen from us,” blacks and Latinos are “living in hell”...

Television Gives Hillary Clinton Her Ronald Reagan Moment

Television has done it again. It has once again changed the direction of a presidential election, and this time Hillary Clinton was the beneficiary — and she probably doesn’t even know why. In 1960, a sweaty Richard Nixon ran headfirst into an opponent who loved the camera, and the sentiment was mutual — the camera loved him. Show More Summary

The Ford Focus RS was my favorite new track car — but now I like it on the road (F)

Ah, the "hot hatch." It has a history that dates to the early 1970s, according to "Top Gear." But for most auto enthusiasts, the original smoldering hatchback was the VW GTI. It showed up in the US during the Reagan administration and knocked everybody's Chuck Taylors off, with a whopping 90 horsepower. The era of the hot hatch had begun. Show More Summary

At Nearly 84 Million Viewers, Debate May Be the Most-Watched Ever

Preliminary ratings say Monday’s debate between Donald J. Trump and Hillary Clinton drew more viewers than the 1980 debate between Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan.

Debate sets record with 80.9 million viewers

The early figures beat the previous benchmark, set by the Jimmy Carter-Ronald Reagan presidential debate in 1980.

Clinton-Trump Debate Draws Record-Breaking 81 Million Viewers

An estimated 80.9 million people tuned in to watch on the 12 major networks, not including PBS or C-SPAN, exceeding the record set in 1980 when Jimmy Carter debated Ronald Reagan.

Does Trump Realize He Choked?

John Fund: “Past presidential campaigns have often seen candidates recover from poor performances in the first debate. Ronald Reagan’s halting performance in the first debate in 1984 led to him delivering a devastating line in the second debate about taking [...] The post Does Trump Realize He Choked? appeared first on Political Wire.

Temperament

If I think back to all the Presidents I’ve known in my lifetime; LBJ, Nixon, Ford, Carter, Reagan, Bush Senior, Clinton, Bush Junior, and Obama, the one thing they all had in common was a Presidential temperament. Putting aside all of their differences, they were solid, steady, measured, calm, and collected, at least in their […]

Josh Greenman: Clinton beat Trump handily

4 days agoNews : NY Daily News

In his first debate with Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan famously calmed voters skeptical about whether he could...

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