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Donald Trump Reinstates Ronald Reagan's Abortion 'Global Gag Rule' | The Huffington Post

Donald Trump Reinstates Ronald Reagan's Abortion 'Global Gag Rule' | The Huffington Post

DEJA VU ALL OVER AGAIN? ‘Ronald’ Trump: Why 2016 Is Looking a Lot Like 1980 In memory, Reagan’s victory seems easy and inevitable. It was anything but. And the parallels to today are a little creepy.

DEJA VU ALL OVER AGAIN? ‘Ronald’ Trump: Why 2016 Is Looking a Lot Like 1980 In memory, Reagan’s victory seems easy and inevitable. It was anything but. And the parallels to today are a little creepy.

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President Trump's inauguration Friday drew nearly 31 million TV viewers, a number that puts his ratings behind only Ronald Reagan's first swearing-in, Barack Obama's first, and Richard Nixon's second. Trump's tally of 30.6 million puts his ratings ahead of both the of the inaugurations both Bill Clinton and George W. Bush. Trump early Sunday tweeted out boast about his numbers, cherry-picking a comparison to Obama's second inauguration, which was seen by only 20.5 mill...

President Trump's inauguration Friday drew nearly 31 million TV viewers, a number that puts his ratings behind only Ronald Reagan's first swearing-in, Barack Obama's first, and Richard Nixon's second. Trump's tally of 30.6 million puts his ratings ahead of both the of the inaugurations both Bill Clinton and George W. Bush. Trump early Sunday tweeted out boast about his numbers, cherry-picking a comparison to Obama's second inauguration, which was seen by only 20.5 mill...

Mr. Trump’s inauguration crowd far smaller than Mr. Obama’s in 2009, but he also drew fewer television viewers in the United States (30.6 million) than Mr. Obama did in 2009 (38 million) and Ronald Reagan did in 1981 (42 million), Nielsen reported.

Mr. Trump’s inauguration crowd far smaller than Mr. Obama’s in 2009, but he also drew fewer television viewers in the United States (30.6 million) than Mr. Obama did in 2009 (38 million) and Ronald Reagan did in 1981 (42 million), Nielsen reported.

If Trump actually goes to war with the federal workforce and cuts it down, he’ll be managing a trick that has largely eluded earlier presidents. Ronald Reagan, too, imposed a hiring freeze on his first day in office. Jimmy Carter imposed three different hiring freezes during his presidency. But overall, the size of the federal workforce has barely budged over the past few decades, stuck at about 2 million people since the late 1960s, according to the Office of

If Trump actually goes to war with the federal workforce and cuts it down, he’ll be managing a trick that has largely eluded earlier presidents. Ronald Reagan, too, imposed a hiring freeze on his first day in office. Jimmy Carter imposed three different hiring freezes during his presidency. But overall, the size of the federal workforce has barely budged over the past few decades, stuck at about 2 million people since the late 1960s, according to the Office of

Hours ago, President Donald Trump fulfilled his first promise to the pro-life community by signing an Executive order reinstating Ronald Reagan’s Mexico...

Hours ago, President Donald Trump fulfilled his first promise to the pro-life community by signing an Executive order reinstating Ronald Reagan’s Mexico...

Young Trump & Ronald Reagan

Young Trump & Ronald Reagan

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Neoliberalism died today. Its passing occurred the moment Trump became the president of the United States. Neoliberalism didn’t begin with Ronald Reagan (US) and Margaret Thatcher (UK), leaders on the right, but with their respective predecessors, Jimmy Carter (US) and James Callaghan (UK), leaders on the left. Carter’s appointment of Paul Volcker to chairman of the Federal Reserve Board in 1979 can be seen as the official start of neoliberalism (otherwise known as globalization). With...

Neoliberalism died today. Its passing occurred the moment Trump became the president of the United States. Neoliberalism didn’t begin with Ronald Reagan (US) and Margaret Thatcher (UK), leaders on the right, but with their respective predecessors, Jimmy Carter (US) and James Callaghan (UK), leaders on the left. Carter’s appointment of Paul Volcker to chairman of the Federal Reserve Board in 1979 can be seen as the official start of neoliberalism (otherwise known as globalization). With...

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