Monthly Archives: May 2009

Why Jack Kemp matters

p>[Note: Sean Duffy, my old friend and ally from the conservative think tank movement and the Owens administration, published this eulogy in the Denver Post today. I agree with every word. Read, ponder, learn, and emulate!]

In tributes since he succumbed to cancer last week, Jack Kemp has been rightfully called a statesman, patriot and visionary. The architect of a key pillar of the Reagan Revolution. But, as I look back at powerful and memorable encounters with him over the years, I remember boundless energy, constant searching for new ideas and new converts, and most of all, one hell of a guy. Continue reading