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'Reagan's Party Newsmax Mag' January 2009

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Reagan's Party (It Ain't Over Yet)

The 2008 election showed how much the Republican Party has fumbled — and fallen — since the glory days of Ronald Reagan.

But the GOP's power can be restored if it renews its focus on the party's core values.

Newsmax magazine's special report "Reagan's Party (It Ain't Over Yet): How The GOP Can Rebuild" examines where Republicans have gone wrong in recent years, where they stand today, and how they can use the Gipper's agenda to brighten their political future.

At stake: the very soul of the Republican Party.

This exclusive Newsmax report explores:

  • How Reagan built a winning coalition
  • The GOP's bold gambit in 2008 — and why it failed
  • The Republican record that would have "appalled" Reagan
  • John McCain's "fatal flaw"
  • The nine factions vying for control within the GOP: We name names
  • Michael Reagan's surprising take on "who killed the Reagan era"
  • What's next for the neoconservatives — and the libertarians
  • Ralph Reed's analysis of the GOP defeat
  • The "real problem" behind the GOP's election debacle
  • The conservative base's chief failure during the Bush years
  • The seven key states Republicans must woo back
  • How "disappointed conservatives" put Bill Clinton in the White House
  • Grover Norquist's prescription for a Republican rebound
  • A pundit's call for the GOP to "fire" Rush Limbaugh
  • The GOP's post-election summit — and what was decided
  • What Joe the plumber tells Newsmax the GOP should do
  • The top candidates for the RNC's next chairman — and their prospects for victory
  • How Republicans can win back the Reagan Democrats
  • Why McCain's snub of Ron Paul hurt Republicans
  • The election's "one bit of good news" for the GOP
  • How Barry Goldwater's loss led to Reagan's triumph
  • Dos and don'ts for reclaiming the White House in 2012
  • How Jeb Bush could figure in a GOP comeback
  • Ben Stein: Why 2008 proved that the GOP is alive and well
  • And much more

This edition of Newsmax magazine is not to be missed.

In addition to hard-hitting investigative reports and special commentary from George Will, Michael Reagan, Ben Stein, Dr. Laura Schlessinger, David Limbaugh, Christopher Ruddy and others, you get much more in Newsmax magazine, including:

  • Sarah Palin could become "the white Oprah"
  • Hollywood's Obama era: new agenda
  • Obama's dirty dozen issues
  • Does anyone here speak English?
  • Eight questions to ask your broker — now
  • Blame corn for expensive meals
  • America faces "stealth jihad" by radical Islamists
  • Ted Turner regrets his anti-Christian tirade
  • U.S. cities going bust
  • The filibuster question: Who in the GOP will cross the line?
  • Gore says environment ended Mayan culture
  • Profile: Michelle Bernard — lawyer, pundit, mom
  • NFL chaplains: Making the tough calls
  • A mutual fund pressures too-liberal CEOs
  • Federal rules sinking independent fishermen
  • Underground group seeks Islamic superstate
  • Five diet gurus tout "expert eating"
  • Ringo Starr: No more fan mail
  • The very best domestic cheeses
  • Exploring Sarah Palin's Alaska
  • Food fuels our addictions

Again, there is so much more in Newsmax magazine, which won a Gold Eddie Award in the News/Commentary category of Folio magazine's prestigious journalism awards, the Eddies.

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