Ronald Reagan

Ronald Reagan

Infanticide in New York State

America continues its march toward its own destruction. On January 23, 2019, Democrat Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed into law the “Reproductive Health Act” – upon signing the bill, he stated: “With the signing of this bill, we are sending a clear message that whatever happens in Washington, women in New York ...
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Ronald Reagan’s Son Sends Trump a Warning About the Border Wall

Ronald Reagan’s son Michael tweeted to the President Thursday that this is his “last chance for a wall” and warned that he “must act now.” He linked to an article he wrote detailing his concerns and another at The Washington Examiner. “Hey @POTUS in 1986 my father made a deal with ...
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9/11 Where Were You?

Veterans’ Tales by Allen Ness I was an Observer/Controller at the Joint Readiness Training Center, Ft Polk, LA.  The Command took care of us, when we weren’t in the “box” we worked half days and three or four day weekends.  Ft Polk is the middle of nowhere but is ...
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Trade Brinksmanship, not Trade War, versus Globalism

Unified Patriots by Vassar Bushmills “Trade War” is a term the enemies of Donald Trump use to denigrate his proposals for restoring a balance to American trade policies. Only it’s not “trade war” but trade brinkmanship, which, as it was first used to define JFK’s strategy against the USSR in his years in the ...
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Common Cause

Q: Has America had any enemy or antagonist since World War II which the Democratic Party has NOT made common cause with? To make “Common cause” generally means “to unite one’s interest with another’s” and since the 1970s the term has been associated with a liberal leaning political group ...
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July 4, 1986 – President Ronald Reagan’s Independence Day Address

  Source: ReaganFoundation/YouTube.. Happy Independence Day and God bless America. ...
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President Ronald Reagan’s Message on the Observance of Christmas, December 19, 1988

  The themes of Christmas and of coming home for the holidays have long been intertwined in song and story. There is a profound irony and lesson in this, because Christmas celebrates the coming of a Savior Who was born without a home. There was no room at the ...
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FLASHBACK: On This Day in 1980 Gallup Had Jimmy Carter Up 8 Points on Ronald Reagan

The Gateway Pundit by Jim Hoft Guest post by Joe Hoft The maintream media skews polls to discourage Republican voters and has done it for years. Ann Coulter warned in her book Slander in 2003 that the far left mainstream media outlets always use polls to push their agenda. ...
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