Book Reviews by Gary Hoitsma

Let Trump Be Trump: The Inside Story of His Rise to the Presidency

It’s been just over a year since he’s been in office and the Trump phenomenon continues to dazzle…. and to mystify. His supporters are locked in and energized. His detractors are beside themselves, and probably even more energized. He tweets, … Continue reading

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Understanding Reagan’s Teflon Touch

He was a popular GOP candidate, leader, and president – often curiously at odds with the nation’s governing elites, including even the vast Republican Party establishment which eventually adopted him, though never quite completely. Yet, he developed a remarkable bond … Continue reading

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Ted Cruz: The “Right” Man to Watch

In these early stages of the fight for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, it  appears that the outsider anti-establishment candidates are striking a chord with rank-and-file GOP voters.  But will one of them have the strength to prevail in the … Continue reading

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Remembering Reagan’s Battle with the Radical Environmentalists

“With each passing day, year, and decade, Americans learn how fortunate our country was to have him as our president at such an important time.”  -William Perry Pendley It has been famously said that Ronald Reagan “won the Cold War … Continue reading

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Why the “Reagan Democrats” Stayed Home on Election Day 2012

As potential candidates for the Republican presidential nomination contemplate the political landscape for 2016, they all might benefit from some of the down-to-earth insights offered by the GOP candidate who actually won the Iowa caucuses in the last go-around.

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