It is a painful irony that the right seems to have dropped the “What would Reagan do?” meme at the very moment when it is most apt. As Vladimir Putin tries to carve off the Crimea from Ukraine, the argument about how to react has devolved into two sides talking past each other on the … More Why we must come to Ukraine’s aid
“You and I have a rendezvous with destiny. We will preserve for our children this, the last best hope of man on earth, or we will sentence them to take the first step into a thousand years of darkness. If we fail, at least let our children and our children’s children say of us we … More An Echo Of Reagan’s Words
This past weekend, Sirius XM ran down the Top 40 songs from this week in 1984. We now take you back on this Election Day to that day 27 years ago when Reagan Rock Ruled and the Gipper went on to a 49 state landslide. Here’s hoping the VA GOP has some of that same … More Reagan Rock Election Day Landslide Mix
For a while, we’ve been hearing comparisons between the low approval ratings that both Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton had during in their first terms in office before going on to win reelection and where Barack Obama’s approval ratings are. Well, those comparisons can now be stopped according to the latest ABC News / WashPo … More You Can Stop Those Reagan, Clinton Comparisons Now For Obama
In an effort to find middle ground in the minor skirmish that has erupted over the possibility of the PWC School Board bypassing the naming committee’s suggestion of Piney Branch Elementary School for the new school opening on the Linton Hall Road, a compromise has reportedly been reached. At tonight’s School Board meeting, the board … More BREAKING: PWC School Board Names New Middle School For Ronald Reagan
I would urge all of you to please get behind this citizen grassroots effort. In this the centennial year of Ronald Reagan’s birthday, with celebrations going on all over the country all year long, what better timer to pay homage to one of the greatest Americans of all time, regardless of political persuasions. May I … More PWC School Bd. To Vote On Reagan Elementary Name Tonight
This Wed., March 2, the Prince William County School Board will be voting on what to name the new elementary school opening Fall 2011 on Linton Hall Road. The naming committee came up with the lame name of “Piney Branch Elementary School” — Ronald Reagan didn’t even make the top 18 suggestions of the committee … More PWC School Board To Vote On Naming Elementary School After Ronald Reagan THIS WED.!
The Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Library has filed an application with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to trademark President Reagan’s distinctive signature for use on various items. Meanwhile, Ron Reagan, Jr. (a disgrace to the very name he bears) gets an earful from a couple of Tampa, Florida talk radio hosts while trying … More President Reagan’s John Hancock Gets Trademarked While Reagan Jr. Gets “Hosed”
Happy Birthday, President Reagan. You were an inspiration to millions, both at home and abroad. Today, before the Super Bowl airs, a video tribute to Reagan will be shown. A generation has passed since he was sworn into office and more than a half decade has flown by since, paraphrasing his eloquent speech from the … More 100
Here starting at 10 p.m. EST. Beach Boys, Lonestar and Lee Greenwood.
Speaking of Ronald Reagan’s centennial… Here is an opportunity for Prince William County to take part in the celebration. The Prince William County School Board is seeking name suggestions for the elementary school under construction at 8301 Linton Hall Rd. in Bristow. Suggestions should be sent to the Prince William County School Division Community Relations Office, P.O. Box 389, Manassas, … More Help Make Ronald Reagan Elementary School A Reality In PWC
Just in time for President Reagan’s 100th birthday next year, Hollywood is looking to make a Reagan biography (and they make quick note that they will NOT go the hatchet-job route of the CBS mini-series “The Reagans.”) Hollywood Reporter is running a poll on who should play Ronald Reagan in the film. So far, the … More Reagan Biographical Film In The Works
Today we celebrate Flag Day, the birthday of our Stars and Stripes. As we think back over the history of our nation’s flag, we remember that the story of its early years was often one of hardship and trials, sometimes a fight for simple survival. Such is the story behind our Star-Spangled Banner. It was … More Flag Day
It’s about darn time!!! The Supply-Siders Shall Rise Again!!!
Former Secretary of State Alexander Haig has passed away. From the Washington Post Retired Army Gen. Alexander Haig, who held influential positions in the United States military and in politics and who as White House chief of staff shepherded Richard M. Nixon toward peacefully resigning the presidency, died today of complications from an infection. He … More Now Who Is In Control?
The polls closed in MA at 8 p.m. and results have begun to trickle in. 8:25 p.m. – With roughly 100K votes counted, Scott Brown leads 53 -47. Rasmussen did the only exit poll and his findings show Brown won a whopping 22 percent of the Democratic vote. (That includes former Boston Mayor Ray Flynn.) Given … More UPDATED: Polls Are Closed In MA; Results Coming In – Brown WINS!!!
The momentum in the MA senate race to replace the late Ted “Where’s My Pants?” Kennedy in tomorrow’s special election is clearly on Scott Brown’s side. The Teleprompted One’s aides let it be known via CNN before his visit on Sunday that they thought Martha Coakley would lose, obviously trying to insulate him from being associated … More All Over But The Voting In MA?
20 years. Still can’t believe that it has been that long.
AP has an article about how the “new normal” that Americans should get used to is one “of higher joblessness and lower standards of living.” I refuse to participate in any such “new normal” and you should reject it as well. That is NOT what defines America — just sitting back and accepting what someone has … More I Reject The “New Normal” (And You Should, Too!)
Former AK Gov. Sarah Palin’s memoirs, entitled “Going Rogue: An American Life,” which were not expected to be released until Spring 2010, will instead be out Nov. 17th with a first printing of 1.5 million copies. The book clocks in at 400 pages and the subtitle, “An American Life,” is the title of Ronald Reagan’s … More Palin Memoirs Due Out Nov. 17th