The defining feature of Ronald Reagan was his moral courage.
What made Americans who we are is a historically unprecedented level of freedom and responsibility.
The Founders understood that the branch of government most likely to be in need of the ability to act quickly and decisively is the executive.
A political party dedicated to genuinely limited government—not small government—is an urgent political task.
I think it is no exaggeration to say that one of the most clear-sighted, deeply learned, and steadily courageous of all of the servants of human freedom in our age is the president of the Czech Republic, Václav Klaus.
Europeans today prefer leisure to performance, security to risk-taking, paternalism to free markets, collectivism and group entitlements to individualism.
It is time to push home the point that all American workers should be granted the full freedom of association in the area of union membership.
Our founders well understood that our liberty could not be preserved without frequently referring back to first principles.
This evening I propose to take on one of the greatest libels in the English language: the description of economics as “the dismal science.”
The standard kilogram—a cylinder of platinum and iridium that is maintained by the International Bureau of Weights and Measures—has been losing mass.