We begin by recalling the profound words of Ronald Reagan at the Conservative Political Action Conference Feb. 15, 1975: “A political party cannot be all things to all people. It must represent certain fundamental beliefs which must not be compromised to political expediency or simply to swell its numbers.” We believed that then, and we believe it now. The issue for us -- and for the conservative community -- boils down to which of the candidates is most representative of the fundamental conservative principles we believe in. The answer is Fred Thompson.
A bit of Perspective from DFT: Ronald Reagan said towards the end of his second term as president that the only publication he reads cover to cover each week and every week is Human Events. He also said his staff would put together 'clippings' from other newspapers for him to peruse ''but no one touches my Human Events"