Craig Shirley

Feb 10, 2020
Reagan was never static. He was always dynamic and adept at changing with the times or circumstances. Reagan won the New Hampshire primary because he lost the Iowa Caucuses and in so doing, alter his own future, along with ours.

Feb 7, 2020
Once there’s not Trump to oppose, their love affair with this particular turncoat will wear out fast. After all, as the ancient Romans knew, all fame is fleeting and as Whittaker Chambers said, "On the road of the informer, it is always night." The sun is setting on Mitt Romney.

Dec 23, 2019
It takes a bold man to invite himself to the White House and yet, if for nothing else, boldness was what British Prime Minister Winston Churchill was known for.

Dec 20, 2019
I believe many of those historians who signed that letter will regret it in the years to come.

Nov 21, 2019
If funding a noble cause means enabling corruption, is the cause still worth funding? Is it still noble? It is worth saving a village in order to destroy it?

Nov 12, 2019
The fall of the Soviet Union, when discussed today, is often in a most dismissive and anti-factual tone.

Oct 29, 2019
Thirty some years ago, a brash young conservative wrote conservative columnist George F. Will a note of apology, mistakenly thinking he was a “High Tory” style conservative.

Oct 14, 2019
Without guile, without hatred, without deception, Reaganism would prove to be the remedy America and the world needed, forty years ago, but whose legacy still casts a long shadow over all of us.

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