Dr. Matt Briggs – What Trump And Reagan Have in Common

by Steve MacDonald October 6, 2016

Donald Trump is no Ronald Reagan, but when it comes to press and polling, they’ve got something in common. Dr. Matt Briggs (Ph.D. is statistics) and I discuss how the press treated Reagan in 1980 and how it may have affected polling before that election, then compare that to the press impact on potential Trump […]

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Reminder: Reagan v. Hillary

by Steve MacDonald September 12, 2016
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H/T Adam Samuels c/o Facebook

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We can’t depend on a Washington, Lincoln, or Reagan coming around any time soon

by Skip November 25, 2014

Indeed – it IS up to us and no one else.  So get up off that couch and get to work – 2016 is coming (and yes, the Left has forced the perpetual campaign upon us) (H/T: Liberal Logic 101)

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Blogline of the Day – Results count!

by Skip July 22, 2013

Ted Cruz: “Reaganomics: You start a business in your parents’ garage. Obamanomics: You move into your parents’ garage.” (H/T: Instapundit)

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Rand Paul Speaks at Heritage on Containment

by Steve MacDonald February 7, 2013

Senator Paul speaks to the issue of Radical Islam and American engagement; No to isolationism, no to neoconservatism, yes to containment. He’s spot on though I’d be interested in hearing his opinion about the costs Reagan embraced to expand the military as part of the Reagan foreign policy he otherwise seems to approve of in […]

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Obama-Boehner is nothing like Reagan-O’Neill

by Don December 21, 2012

The column in the 12/21/2012 Citizen of Laconia ( titled, “History teaches us valuable lesson about taking the same side”, apparently written by Steve and Cokie Roberts, is interesting, but I see little similarity between the Reagan-O’Neill situation and the Obama-Boehner situation.  For example, Tip O’Neill was interested in following the law and passing a […]

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