06.03.2012 [AdAge.com] - ... question during last fall's Advertising Week, Lionel Sosa, a longtime Republican consultant who has worked on eight presidential campaigns, starting with RonaldReagan in 1980, proclaimed that Latinos had already elected a US President ... twice!
06.03.2012 [Detroit Free Press] - Former Presidents, from left; RonaldReagan, Jimmy Carter and Gerald Ford and Richard Nixon pose for this Nov. 4, 1991 photo at the dedication of the RonaldReaganpresidential Library in Simi Valley, Calif. / AP Photo/File By Todd Spangler WASHINGTON
06.03.2012 [National Review Online (blog)] - By Kathryn Jean Lopez Mitt Romney is no RonaldReagan. Still, at this same point in his campaign for the GOP nomination, neither was Reagan. The President Reagan we rightly admire for bringing down the Berlin Wall, reviving the US economy
05.03.2012 [Seattle Post Intelligencer] - 20, 2011 file photo, former Vice President Dick Cheney shows his heart pump while discussing his newly published book, “In My Time - A Personal and Political Memoir,” which is co-authored by his daughter Liz Cheney, at the RonaldReaganPresidential
06.08.2011 True, George W. Bush and RonaldReagan courted these same people, but always behind closed doors. The take-away from The Response is that a Republican presidential aspirant believes an event of this sort is in his political interest. ...
24.05.2012 - Calculated Risk * * * D – 107 and counting . * Lambert here: “Are you better off now than you were four years ago?” –Ronald […] Reagan, 1980 Presidential campaign Occupy . Occupy Frankfurt : The German police take off their helmets ( image ; image
03.03.2012 [Washington Post] - NEW YORK — At age 12, Tyrone Ford was a gospel music prodigy in a national spotlight: President RonaldReagan pointed to him as an example of the American dream during the 1986 State of the Union address. At 38, Ford woke up behind bars Friday and
06.03.2012 [RealClearPolitics] - "RonaldReagan isn't available anymore, what can I say?" said Tetreault, who works in office furniture sales. With just 40 of the 419 delegates up for grabs in the 10 Super Tuesday elections, Oklahoma's presidential primary was somewhat overshadowed