Nancy Reagan

Presidential Horse Race 2016: Utah and Arizona send establishment packing over the border

Utah and Arizona give big wins to Ted Cruz and Donald Trump. The establishment’s immigration policy loses huge in Arizona. Plus, No matter how much Trump and Hillary continue to win, most people still can’t stand them; Two more states, two more losses for John Kasich. And he’s running out of money, too, and, After 50+ days of furious voting activity, there’re two whole weeks until Wisconsin.

Nancy and Ronald Reagan: One of the Great Love Stories in History of White House

Craig Shirley, CNS News

Nancy was there in the beginning, even before the beginning. They both said their lives began when they met each other. No one ever doubted it. No one ever doubted their undying devotion to each other.

Craig Shirley: Nancy Secured Ronald Reagan’s Legacy

Jarrett Stepman, Breitbart

Nancy’s largest role was advancing Ronald Reagan’s legacy as he succumbed to Alzheimer’s in the later stages of his life. She not only took care of him, but secured the building of the Reagan Presidential Library and preserved numerous documents that were attached to his life. Shirley said that all the projects to preserve Reagan’s memory to posterity bear “her fingerprints.”

Washington Post’s New Publisher Extinguished Reagan’s Flame At Library

Those Republicans who are looking for a shift to the Right at the new Jeff Bezos-owned Washington Post should recall that even though newly-named publisher Fred Ryan served in Ronald Reagan's White House, he is a cofounder of POLITICO, the harsh and persistent critic of the Tea Party movement and its Reagan-inspired limited government constitutional conservative agenda.

Reagan, O'Neill, & Someone Named Chris

Chris Matthews is no historian, but he pretends to play one. Reagan biographer and conservative PR wiz Craig Shirley gives a scathing critique (and sets little white lies straight) of Chris Matthews new book, "Tip and The Gipper." Shirley writes that "...because Matthews smears anyone he disagrees with, it should be seen for what it is: a political polemic meant to address a current political problem."