Ginni Thomas

Leaders with Ginni Thomas: Ed Meese, Heritage Foundation

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At 80, Ed Meese may be the most renowned and widely respected leader in the modern conservative movement.

A humble, principled and wise man of integrity, Meese has dedicated his entire professional life to public service. He worked in Ronald Reagan’s gubernatorial administration in California and later served in senior positions in Reagan’s White House. In 1985, he was confirmed as Attorney General of the United States.

The Daily Caller’s Ginni Thomas recently spoke to Meese at The Heritage Foundation about the threats he sees to the nation, his secret to staying optimistic, how he met Ronald Reagan and much more.

Click the links below to fast-forward to each question:

What are the biggest threats to this nation?

Tell us your background and how your life intersected with Ronald Reagan?

What gives you hope?

Give us your tips for overcoming disappointments and setting priorities in the chaotic political square?

How can we reduce the size and scope of government, instead of just cut the rate of growth?

Is big business corrupting free enterprise and harming conservative principles?

What would you like your legacy to be?

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Winner of Bradley Prize, 2012
Heritage Foundation
Hoover Institution

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