From the New York Times to Donald Trump, everyone needs to learn 4 key lessons from Ronald Reagan's tax cuts, which all boil down to this: an economically less instrusive state will boost growth and raise prosperity
Ronald Reagan adopted a bunch of supposedly unpopular policies, yet he got reelected in a landslide because reducing the burden of government allowed the private sector to grow much faster. Will Trump’s reforms be that bold and that brave? Reagan is the example he must emulate to succeed
There are good reasons why Americans rate Ronald Reagan as the best post-War president and Barack Obama the worst. One is that Obama's big government polices have entrenched poverty; Reagan's market approach brought prosperity. Lessons?
Lady Thatcher, like Reagan, had a profound effect on my development politically, as an activist for liberty, the free market and as a metal/hard rock critic (and songwriter). I wonder how many people can say that?