President Reagan, in his fifth address about the budget, talks about his Tax proposals and Government spending, given on July 26th, 1981.
Our Libyan Excursions - Operation El Dorado Canyon begun on April 14, 1986 - U.S. fighter-Bombers attack Libyan targets in Tripoli and Benghazi in an overnight raid in retaliation for a Libyan terrorist attack on a Berlin nightclub that killed two Americans.
(David Stockman - Forecast: Murky with periods of Fog) If the panel of interviewers on this Face The Nation broadcast from February 6, 1983 see
(White House Chief of Staff and later Treasury Secretary James Baker with "friend" - coincidence? We think nope.) Smoke and mirrors, sleight of han
(G-7 London Summit - even the protests were anemic) With the G-20 Summit fading from view, I ran across a roundtable discussion of the recently end
This is the legacy of the Reagan era: keep hacking away at vital parts of the safety net so politicians can proclaim they didn't raise taxes. It makes
The Roosevelt Institution: One year ago, representatives of progressive college students across America came together at the Roosevelt Policy Expo in
MSNBC: Jeane J. Kirkpatrick, an unabashed apostle of Reagan era conservatism and the first woman U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, has died. Th