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Trump infrastructure plan could sell off Reagan, Dulles airports

Though technically owned by the federal government, both Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (pictured) and Washington Dulles International Airport are operated by [...]
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After Reagan and Trump, Republicans don’t get to complain about liberal celebrities anymore

“Leftist Hollywood elites smearing, slandering, besmirching the character of President Trump at the Emmys,” Hannity said. “Now, take a look at just some of the comments from these overpaid, out of touch, pampered Hollywood [...]
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The Trump administration just put Ronald Reagan alongside Eugene Debs in its Labor Hall of Honor

9 months ago | 0 comment
This article originally appeared in In These Times On Thursday, Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta announced that former President Ronald Reagan will be entering the Labor Department’s Hall of Honor, joining the ranks of luminaries ranging [...]
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Donald Trump needs his “Day After” moment: We’ve heard reckless rhetoric from a Republican before — then Ronald Reagan negotiated nuclear disarmament

10 months ago | 0 comment
After suggesting that his explosive threat to bring down “fire and fury” on the regime of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un was not tough enough, President Donald Trump appeared to push the U.S. even closer to the nuclear brink early Friday [...]
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Today’s Republicans have Ronald Reagan all wrong

11 months ago | 0 comment
Excerpted from “The Working-Class Republican.” Copyright © 2017 by Henry Olsen. Reprinted here with permission of Broadside, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers. I grew up as a conservative Republican in Ronald Reagan’s California. [...]
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What would Ronald Reagan be saying?

1 year ago | 0 comment
Source: Political Cartoons
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Neat New Proof Nixon Sabotaged Foreign Policy Like A Common Reagan, Trump!

1 year ago | 0 comment
Every bit as sleazy as you thought. So now we know: Richard Nixon almost certainly tried to keep the South Vietnamese government away from peace talks during the Lyndon B. Johnson administration, largely settling one of the great “Yeah, we [...]
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Lies, damned lies and Donald Trump: How the Reagan and Bush assaults on truth and science may presage what’s coming

1 year ago | 0 comment
It has become a commonplace to say that Donald Trump is an unprecedented figure as president-elect. If we want to understand him, we need to look abroad, to examples of authoritarian rulers who’ve undermined democratic norms and the customary [...]
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How Trump, With No Mandate, Could Change Washington More Than Reagan Did

1 year ago | 0 comment
It was one of the most definitive “realigning” elections ever. The challenger defeated an incumbent president by 10 percentage points, winning 44 states and 489 electoral votes. His coattails brought 12 new members of his party into the [...]