homepage: http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/USAreagan.htmhttp:// / In the 1930s and 40s Reagan had been a loyal supporter of the Democratic Party. However, he switched to the Republican Party after the war. Dytrell & Justice 2p
14.02.2012 [Forbes] - Where is Ronald Reagan in today's GOP? A lot of Republicans evoke Reagan, but none have his courage, vision, or chutzpah. Reagan was a Western gunslinger, more than a politician. He was Sheriff Wyatt Earp daring the bad guys to draw.
29.02.2012 [Terra.com] - Su padre colaboró en la campaña de Ronald Reagan, presidente al que considera como un defensor de los ideales del partido, quien apoyó a por los menos tres millones los inmigrantes a través de la amnistía en 1986. “Ese es el verdadero partido
06.03.2012 [Terra.com] - En caso de un proceso de regularización los inmigrantes deben aprender inglés compulsoriamente y las horas de estudio deben ser el doble que las establecidas durante la administración de Ronald Reagan. 8. Somos Republicans piensa que es imprtante
06.03.2012 [RTVE] - ... Hollywood sea un nido demócrata, cuando se habla de entrar en política son los republicanos los que dan un paso al frente, ya sea en un municipio como Clint Eastwood, en un estado como Arnold Schwarzenegger, o dirigiendo el cotarro como Ronald Reagan.
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.... - 17.08.2009, ReasonTV
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Former first lady Nancy Reagan says she is "terribly saddened" by the death of Sen. Edward M. Kennedy. The widow of Republican President Ronald Reagan said in a... - 26.08.2009, NECN
06.03.2012 [AnnArbor.com] - Famous photo of Ronald Reagan on his college football team in 1929. Tomorrow is Super Tuesday, the day when ten states hold Republican primaries or caucuses. Over 400 delegates are up for grabs, according to Election Central. The states are Alaska
06.03.2012 [In These Times] - Half a century ago, three men who largely defined the modern conservative movement–William Buckley, Barry Goldwater and Ronald Reagan–were approaching their prime. Goldwater would win the GOP nomination in 1964 and lose the general election badly
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 Ronald Reagan in 1980, proclaimed that Latinos had already elected a US President ... twice!
06.03.2012 [PolicyMic] - President Ronald Reagan signing the 1986 Tax Reform Act in front of Democrat and Republican lawmakers. Editor's Note: This is the first of a three part series on US tax reform. As the United States slogs through its worst post-recession recovery in
05.09.2013 - reason she is doing it is to help Obama. On the other side, you have Republicans -- Ronald Reagan, if he were president […] Reagan, in support of Ronald Reagan. 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
06.03.2012 [Comedy Central (satire) (blog)] - They all admire a certain mythical, legendary hero of yore: Ronald Reagan. So, they genuinely take to heart what has come to be known as Ronald Reagan's Eleventh Commandment, namely "Thou shalt not speak ill of any fellow Republican.
06.03.2012 [Salon] - (Credit: Reuters/Brendan McDermid) Facts are stubborn things, said founding father John Adams, a basic truth Ronald Reagan famously mangled at the Republican National Convention in 1988, when he tried to quote Adams and declared, “Facts are stupid
05.03.2012 [Joplin Globe] - The name of Ronald Reagan was not as frequently invoked on Saturday as in past Lincoln Days gatherings. But it seemed as if some of the candidates were reminding themselves of something Reagan used to call the “11th commandment”: Republicans shouldn't
06.03.2012 [El Mundo.es] - Y menos de tres meses más tarde sufrió una aplastante derrota frente a Ronald Reagan, que a su vez había protagonizado en 1976 el mayor drama de una Convención desde que se instauró el actual sistema de Primarias, en 1970. Reagan perdió por la mínima.
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 Ronald Reagan. Uno de los aspirantes republicanos a la presidencia de EE.UU., Ron Paul, ha aconsejado al presidente de este país, Barack Obama