(photos courtesy of the NY Post)

Margaret Thatcher 1925-2013 

British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, circa 1985.

Margaret Thatcher 1925-2013

A picture dated October 23, 1985 shows then US President Ronald Reagan holding bilateral meeting with British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York.

Margaret Thatcher 1925-2013

A file picture dated on 09 June 2004 shows former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher touching the casket of former American President Ronald Reagan, the 40th President of the United States, as Reagan’s body lies in state in the Rotunda of the US Capitol in Washington, DC, USA.

Thatcher Ranks as One of the Greatest Leaders of Britain In a Thousand Years

By CONRAD BLACK, Special to the Sun April 9, 2013

The news of the death of Margaret Thatcher is not, at her age and in the condition that she has been in for some years, a great surprise or entirely sad. But in contemplation of the great career she had and the immense service she rendered the United…

Margaret Thatcher

Editorial of The New York Sun April 8, 2013

The death of Margaret Thatcher, coming as it does amid a global economic crisis, is a moment to reflect on the value of leadership of an individual who is strong and principled. The principles and iron will are often written about; the political…

How Mrs. Thatcher Delivered a Pep Talk to a Visiting Editor

By R. EMMETT TYRRELL, Jr., Special to the Sun April 10, 2013

On the occasion of Baroness Thatcher’s death there is widespread admiration and even applause for her premiership, but surely there ought to be gratitude too. After all, without her — and without President Reagan — the poor would be much poorer and…

‘Freedom’ Was Her Watchword

By LAWRENCE KUDLOW, Special to the Sun April 8, 2013

Many profound and detailed admiration pieces will be written about Margaret Thatcher, and they’ll be much deeper than this one. But I want to get on record with my own esteem for Mrs. Thatcher, whose character, philosophy, and achievements made her…

Invasion of the Body Snatchers: Now the Liberals Covet the Corpses of Milton Friedman, Ronald Reagan (and should with respect to Lady Thatcher as well.)

By R. EMMETT TYRRELL, Jr., Special to the Sun August 1, 2012

Milton Friedman, the great economist, was one of a handful of intellectuals whose work forms the foundation for the modern conservative movement. He has been dead since 2006, but this week would be his centennial. He lived a long and prodigious life…

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