Max catches the Washington Post just making stuff up.
The occasion of a man's death is not the time to pile on him, but nor is it the time to let the mythmakers get away with manufacturing reality.
Reagan was not the most popular president in modern history - that honor goes to Bill Clinton.
Reagan did pass what was, at the time, the largest tax cut in history. That was quickly followed up with what still holds the record for the largest tax increase in history.
The number of nondefense federal employees grew under Reagan, as they did under the first Bush. The number shrunk when Clinton was in office.
The economy under Reagan grew at an average rate of 3.5%, a healthy clip matched by the economy under Bill Clinton. The unemployment rate averaged 7.3%.
We all know what happened to deficits and the federal debt.
I have plenty of my own reasons for disliking the politics of the Reagan administration, but unless the only thing of importance to conservatives is the top marginal tax rate, judged by their own criteria there was not much to cheer about during that time.