Why “containment” was morally bankrupt and the three great men who helped end it and the Soviet threat to the world.
“He believed literally that all men were created equal and that he man’s own ambition determined what happened to him after that. He put his principles into practice. . . . in the dark depression years when he… Read More
“Getting shot hurts. Still my fear was growing because no matter how hard I tried to breathe it seemed I was getting less and less air. I focused on that tiled ceiling and prayed. But I realized I… Read More
Working for him, I saw he was no dullard, as his critics claimed. From his eight years as governor and his many other years of writing and speaking out, he had thought his way through most domestic issues… Read More
A nice contrast to Johnson’s supposed “Great Society”: The Creative Society, in other words, is simply a return to the people of the privilege of self-government, as well as a pledge for more efficient representative government–citizens of proven… Read More