A reminder that the three giants of 20th Century American politics all came close to being also-rans.
The right attacked an acclaimed historian's Reagan book. What's really odd is how the sensible, smart set responded
MSNBC’s Ronan Farrow is featured in Variety, and the piece quickly points out that Farrow landed some exclusive interviews in Paris following the Charlie Hebdo attacks. \"I worked every angle and every connection that I had and everShow More Summary
Design by Joseph Dahlstrom It was Morning in America for President Obama last night. Social media and headlines captured that mood. "Obama Is Finally Having the Reagan Moment He Dreamed About for Years," screamed a New Republic headline to its SOTU story. Show More Summary
FLYING COVER: Major media mostly ignoring four potential Democratic Hillary 2016 rivals. A search of U.S. publications in Lexis Nexis for “Jim Webb” since Nov. 20, 2014 — the day the former Democratic senator and Reagan administration official announced he was considering a run for president — produces only 93 results. Results for potential Republican […]
As counselor to the secretary of Commerce in the Reagan administration, I was involved in a number of trade negotiations, including the so-called MOSS (market-oriented sector-selective) talks. Some veteran negotiators waggishly renamed those negotiations — to paraphrase in family friendly...
The biopic will tell Reagan's story through the eyes of a KGB officer that is spying on him
Scott Walker appeared on Morning Joe the other day to talk a little about President Obama's State of the Union address but mostly to try to promote his own flailing presidential campaign. (Walker revealed that he is still playing with a weak hand by using the term "Democrat Party" instead of Democratic Party. Show More Summary
Jeb Bush was spotted Thursday morning at the Reagan airport in D.C. boarding a flight for Utah.
The network was riding high after the midterm elections. Since then, it's been one embarrassment after another
It's been about five years since it was first announced that Former President Ronald Reagan would be getting his very own biopic, and apparently it's taken that long for the project to find an actor to star. But now the search is finally...Show More Summary
Ronald Reagan is going back to the big screen. David Henrie is set to play the former U.S. President in Reagan, an indie biopic told from the view of a KGB agent keeping tabs on him. Or perhaps that should be future U.S. President, because the film will focus on Reagan’s pre-Oval Office days. Show More Summary
This great ol’ country called America has been going down the proverbial crapper lately thanks to Barack Hussein Obama and his Dumb-o-crats, so it’s no wonder that we’re seeing an increased interest in the world’s greatest president of all time, Ronald Reagan. Show More Summary
Ronald Reagan has been portrayed plenty over the decades, but this year seems to be especially hot for the actor-turned-politician. He is reportedly an actual character in the second season of the Fargo TV series, and now there’s an update on an upcoming biopic about the world leader way before becoming the President of the United States. Show More Summary
And the latest actor to play Ronald Reagan is... that kid from “Wizards of Waverly Place”? Indeed, the Hollywood Reporter confirmed, David Henrie has been tapped to star in upcoming drama “Reagan,” an indie biopic of the former president. And yes, given that Henrie is 25-years-old, he will be playing Reagan in his […]
America likes charismatic optimists. Roosevelt, Kennedy, Reagan, Clinton. That was why I favored Obama over Hilary in '08. And why I thought he ultimately won. America was feeling down and needed someone to help change the mood, pull the country in a new direction, get us looking forward. Show More Summary
The low-cost carrier has had a phenomenal 2014 in which it started international service and won rights to expand at the high value Washington Reagan and New York LaGuardia airports. These two major developments helped Southwest to grow its top line by 5% annually and nearly double its profit to $946 million in the first three quarters of 2014.
The president's State of the Union pushed back on '80s conservatism and '90s neoliberalism -- offering this instead
U.S. News & World Report (The Legal Issue), Pepperdine Dean: Law Schools Need to be More Holistic: Deanell Reece Tachaa, a former circuit judge appointed v=by President Ronald Reagan, is dean of Pepperdine University's School of Law. Before taking the reigns at Pepperdine in 2011, Tacha spent several years as...
Remember voodoo economics—the contention of some conservatives that the tax cuts proposed by Ronald Reagan would boost the economy so much that tax revenues wouldn't fall? Gov. Andrew Cuomo... To view the full story, click the title link.