06.03.2012 [NFL News] - Presidents Dwight D. Eisenhower, Gerald Ford and RonaldReagan played college football. Ford, in particular, was quite the football player -- selected as the University of Michigan's MVP in 1935. Even Barack Obama has repeatedly called out for an end
07.03.2012 [Eurasia Review] - David Stockman, President RonaldReagan's Budget Director, said it plainly on CNN last week, “Stop beating the war drums right now [against Iran], and Obama could do that, and he could say the neocons are history.” Having done his stint on Wall Street
06.03.2012 [Huffington Post] - Comedian/filmmaker Adam Christing has posted this moving tribute to his good friend Steve Bridges, a top-notch impressionist whose victims included George W. Bush, Barack Obama, RonaldReagan and many others, who passed away this past weekend at the
06.03.2012 [Aiken Standard] - By BILL O'REILLY Last week, I ambled on up to the late RonaldReagan's ranch high in the mountains of Santa Barbara County. Rancho del Cielo (Ranch in the Sky) comprises 688 acres and one very small home. In fact, I was surprised by how modest it is.
05.03.2012 [MiamiHerald.com] - Critics saw it as a nod to RonaldReagan's famous “Morning in America'” campaign ad touting economic progress in his first term. The furor had us wondering: How do conditions compare locally to the time when Reagan ran for a second term.
06.08.2011 Michael Reagan is the son of President RonaldReagan, a political consultant, and the author of “The New Reagan Revolution” (St. Martin's Press, 2011). He is the founder and chairman of The Reagan Group and president of The Reagan ...
05.09.2013 - reason she is doing it is to help Obama. On the other side, you have Republicans -- RonaldReagan, if he were president […] Reagan, in support of RonaldReagan. But the element here, Carville, is that many people think that Barack Obama is […] , would get Assad like that. He would. He would get Assad. And you would have most conservatives line up against -- for Ronald
03.03.2012 [El Ciudadano (Chile)] - A esta opinión se suma Pat Buchanan, ex director de Comunicaciones de la Casa Blanca durante el gobierno de RonaldReagan. Uno de los aspirantes republicanos a la presidencia de EE.UU., Ron Paul, ha aconsejado al presidente de este país, Barack Obama