Donald’s father was a study in cruelty and tyranny, producing a son who, in order to get paternal approval, or even be noticed, had to be at least as cruel.
Patti Davis is the daughter of President Ronald Reagan and an author whose latest novel is The Wrong Side of Night.
The image of a president who has a moral compass, reveres our democracy, and follows its laws is fading from our collective psyche.
Democrats are groping for a way to get under the president’s very thin skin. Maybe the answer is provided by his wife…
Fear rolls over from one generation to the next, unless radical change intervenes to lessen that fear.
Dictators and demagogues know: Find society’s soft spot and attack it. If we let these monsters do that, this country will be lost to us.
We are a rarity in the world. We have turned down dark paths in our history, but we have always tried to right ourselves by remembering the principles that America was founded upon.
Ferrell is set to play Reagan with Alzheimer’s in a comedy movie. In an open letter, his daughter say she’s horrified her father’s illness will be played for laughs.
In 1981, John Hinckley almost killed Ronald Reagan, my father. Now there’s talk—crazy talk—of Hinckley gaining his freedom. It needs to stop.