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    Reagan’s Legacy: “The Sacred Value of Human Life”

    Today we celebrate Ronald Reagan’s 103rd birthday. A little-known fact about President Reagan is that he is the only President to have ever published a book in office—and it was a book promoting the culture of life. In it, he pledged that his Administration would champion the pro-life cause because … More

    Christmas Greetings from Jim DeMint

    Merry Christmas! I hope this day reminds you of the bounty that God has blessed us with. I hope it prompts you to pass on that grace to the people in your life, as well as to others who may cross your path. As you celebrate, I wanted to share … More

    Ed Meese: We've Seen the Effect of "Amnesty" Before

    Experts can’t always predict exactly how public policy will affect the nation, despite our best efforts. But when it comes to immigration policy, we have tried many of the types of reforms advocated by today’s Gang of Eight—so we should consider the effects these reforms had in the past. In … More

    Reagan’s Legacy: Economic Freedom

    In his January speech, the President spoke eloquently: “One of the greatest contributions the United States can make to the world is to promote freedom as the key to economic growth. A creative, competitive America is the answer to a changing world, not trade wars that would close doors, create … More

    Happy Birthday, President Reagan! Happy Birthday, Comprehensive Missile Defense Program!

    The person most responsible for reviving the missile defense program in the face of the Cold War policy of mutually assured destruction, President Ronald Reagan, would have celebrated his 102nd birthday today. President Reagan would marvel at all the accomplishments of the missile defense program since the U.S. withdrew from … More

    Reagan's Legacy: Military Strength

    As we honor the leadership and vision of President Reagan on his birthday on February 6, it is essential to recognize his unshakeable commitment to strengthening the military power of the United States. He saw this strength as necessary to preserving security, stability, and ultimately peace in the world, and … More

    President Reagan on Trade, Peace, and Prosperity

    As President Obama crafts his 2013 trade agenda, he should look to the words of Ronald Reagan for inspiration: Free trade serves the cause of economic progress, and it serves the cause of world peace. When governments get too involved in trade, economic costs increase and political disputes multiply. Peace … More

    New START’s Deadly Implications

    The Obama Administration’s “reset” policy with the Russian Federation is failing in yet another important aspect of this relationship: its predictability regarding the development of each country’s respective nuclear forces. This is despite the Obama Administration touting the New Strategic Arms Control Treaty (New START) as one of the greatest … More