Location: Los Angeles, California, U.S. / homepage: http://ronaldreagan.com/ / 2/6/1911-6/5/2004
From: Tampico, IL
I was the 40th President of the U.S.
Democrat until 1962 then became a Republican.
Known for having Alzheimer's
Recently, Reason.tv's Ted Balaker sat down with California State assemblyman and U.S. Senate candidate Chuck DeVore.While the Republican is aiming to Democratic incumbent Sen.... - 08.17.2009, ReasonTV
07.03.2012 [News & Observer] - The late RonaldReagan used the phrase when he ran for governor of California in 1966: "Thou shalt not speak ill of any fellow Republican." The affable Reagan did indeed seem to keep his "Eleventh Commandment" for a career that took him through a
04.03.2012 [Informe21.com (Sátira)] - El cuarto momento viene con RonaldReagan, cuyo éxito y liderazgo convocante parecen capaces de cerrar esa herida múltiple. Como gobernador de California a partir de 1967, Reagan había arrastrado consigo a todo el movimiento partidario de Goldwater.
25.02.2012 [Milenio.com] - RonaldReagan fue actor y daba conferencias para la General Electric, antes de ser gobernador de California dos veces y presidente de Estados Unidos otras tantas. Antes de operar —hábil y persuasivamente— en las campañas de Vicente Fox y Felipe
07.03.2012 [WTVA] - President Gerald Ford was facing a strong challenge from California Governor RonaldReagan for the Republican nomination, and it was Mississippi's delegation that had the power to decide which candidate should get the nod. State GOP Chairman Clarke
03.03.2012 [New Haven Register] - LAST week, I ambled on up to President RonaldReagan's California ranch high in the mountains of Santa Barbara County. Rancho del Cielo comprises 688 acres and a small home. I was surprised by how modest it is. The Reagans purchased the property in
Before he became the 40th president of the United States of America or even governor of California, RonaldReagan was a veteran Hollywood ...
RonaldReagan said of his beloved Santa Barbara, California ranch, “No place before or since has ever given Nancy and me the joy and serenity it does.” President Reagan’s Rancho del Cielo, his home for nearly twenty-five years and the Western White House for eight, is a window into the soul of RonaldReagan. But what if the Reagan Ranch had been lost? Future generations would have been robbed of the chance to visit the Ranch and “meet” the real RonaldReagan.