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History | History

Remembering Queen Elizabeth's Royal Visit to Los Angeles

In 1983, Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip went on a 10-day tour to California, where the Queen was "thrilled" to meet Ronald Reagan

History | History

Ronald Reagan: The Boys of Pointe du Hoc

(Note: The following are remarks delivered by President Ronald Reagan on June 6, 1984 commemorating the 40th Anniversary of the Invastion of Normandy.)
We're here to mark that day in history when the...

Politics | Politics

Fight Communism With Capitalism

I’m never going to complain about growing up as a Latter Cold War kid.
The threat of nuclear annihilation — which we’d find out later came quite close in 1983 — tended to focus the mind, e...

News | The News

BREAKING: Attempted Reagan Assassin John Hinckley Jr. Granted Unconditional Release Under DOJ Deal

John Hinckley Jr., the man who attempted to assassinate former President Ronald Reagan in 1981, won unconditional release from his state-mandated supervision on Monday.

Music | Music

The Curious War Between Punks and Ronald Reagan

A new book on American punk paints the movement as the last gasp of left-wing cultural resistance in the 1980s.

Politics | Op-Ed

Paul Batura: Ronald Reagan warned us about Bernie Sanders – over 40 years ago

With Bernie Sanders’ victory in the Nevada Democratic caucuses Saturday – making him the current front-runner for the Democratic presidential nomination – words of warning from Ronald Reagan about socialism struck me as something more Americans ought to b

Politics | Leftists Are Insane

The Reagan Presidential Library has survived the wildfires — environmentalists and political activists hardest hit!

Throughout the day there was tension as a wildfire that was sparked in the Simi Valley area of California and winds drove flames on the doorstep of the Reagan Library. "It's a whole lot of fire trucks, a whole lot of heroes out here protecting Presid

Politics | Interesting Links

Reagan at CPAC | National Review

Edwin Meese recalls Reagan’s speeches at CPAC. An excerpt from a new book.

News | That's News to Me

Would-be Reagan assassin John Hinckley Jr. to be freed

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History | History

Exactly the right words, exactly the right way: Reagan’s amazing Challenger disaster speech - The Washington Post

How the Great Communicator teamed with Peggy Noonan to soothe a shocked and grieving nation.

Books | Books

What Bill O’Reilly’s new book on Ronald Reagan gets wrong about Ronald Reagan - The Washington Post

Bad sources and old misconceptions persist in "Killing Reagan"

Politics | Interesting Links

Internet myth: Ronald Reagan regretted amnesty (he didn't) | The Daily Caller

Americans often bolster arguments with quotes from Founding Fathers or other U.S. political icons. Unfortunately, this practice often leads to quotes being invented to support a weak case. One such invention made its way into Thursday’s Wall Street Journal in an op-ed by Rep. Tom Cotton (R-AK).

Politics | From CNN

James Brady's death ruled a homicide, police say

Former White House press secretary James Brady's death this week was directly related to wounds he sustained in the 1981 attempted assassination of President Ronald Reagan, and authorities are now investigating it as a homicide, police told CNN on Friday.

News | In The News

James Brady, Press Secretary for Reagan, Dies at 73

James Brady, the former press secretary of President Ronald Reagan and ardent gun control advocate, died today at age 73.

Politics | Op-Ed

Is Reagan Optimism Passé For Conservatives? | The Daily Caller

Over at The Week, I’ve penned a short essay on the border crisis.

But that’s really just the timely hook. It’s also about a much broader concern I have regarding the current state of conservatism.

Politics | Interesting Links

Reagan Addresses America After Russians Shoot Down Airliner

On September 5th, 1983, President Ronald Reagan addressed the American public after a Soviet fighter jet shot down a Korean airliner for 'invasion of airspace'.