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Jack Wheeler, PhD Biography

Editor-in-Chief of To the Point
Pro to the question "Was Ronald Reagan a Good President?"

“Five years ago, in February 1999, I wrote the following tribute to this extraordinary man.

‘This coming Sunday, Feb. 6, will be the 88th birthday of the greatest president of the 20th century: Ronald Reagan. That Reagan’s achievements exceed those of any president since Washington and Jefferson will unquestionably be the judgment of future historians…

[H]e was an extraordinarily loveable, likeable, good and decent human being, a man whom Aristotle would have said possessed a ‘great soul.’ Take the time this Sunday to reflect on the achievements of Ronald Reagan, on how much you and all Americans owe him a debt of thankfulness and gratitude.

America was truly blessed to have a man such as him to come to her rescue and to raise her from despairing depths to the pinnacle of historic success we all stand upon today.'”

“The ‘Great-Souled Man’; Reagan Was a Classic,” Washington Times, June 8, 2004

Involvement and Affiliations:
  • Editor-in-Chief, To the Point
  • Contributing Editor, Strategic Investment
  • Board Member,
  • Founder and President, Freedom Research Foundation
  • Founder, Wheeler Expeditions, 1977
  • PhD, Philosophy, University of Southern California (USC)
  • Entered into the Guinness Book of World Records for the Most Northerly Parachute Jump, 1986
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Pro & Con Quotes: Was Ronald Reagan a Good President?