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
06.03.2012 [Knoxville News Sentinel] - Or, he would just be RonaldReagan instead. Not everyone who came out to churches, schools and rec centers was brimming with confidence about Republican chances once the party has its nominee. In a bruising campaign pocked with attack ads
14.02.2012 [Forbes] - Where is RonaldReagan 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.
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 RonaldReagan. 8. Somos Republicans piensa que es imprtante
29.02.2012 [Terra.com] - Su padre colaboró en la campaña de RonaldReagan, 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 [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 RonaldReagan.
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07.03.2012 [Boston Herald] - By Holly Robichaud In his wisdom, RonaldReagan preached the GOP's 11th commandment — Thou shall not speak ill of a fellow Republican. There is nothing worse than watching our candidates fight amongst each other on small differences when we are living
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
07.03.2012 [WGMD Radio] - This morning's Wall Street Journal carried a column by William McGurn and he suggests the media laughed at the Republican field in 1980, especially after RonaldReagan won the New Hampshire Primary. McGurn is sounding a positive note and he's not alone
06.03.2012 [Sacramento Bee] - 24 that the Lancaster Republican had received a double lung transplant and was recovering at RonaldReagan UCLA Medical Center. Runner, who was elected to the Senate in a 2011 special election, has suffered for years from a rare autoimmune condition
06.03.2012 [Comedy Central (satire) (blog)] - They all admire a certain mythical, legendary hero of yore: RonaldReagan. So, they genuinely take to heart what has come to be known as RonaldReagan'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 RonaldReagan famously mangled at the Republican National Convention in 1988, when he tried to quote Adams and declared, “Facts are stupid
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
27.02.2012 [Macleans.ca (blog)] - by John Parisella on Monday, February 27, 2012 3:11pm - 0 Comments It seems unlikely that RonaldReagan would feel comfortable in today's Republican party. With the GOP leadership candidates relentlessly attacking each other's credentials and character
05.03.2012 [Joplin Globe] - The name of RonaldReagan 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
07.03.2012 [Pysn Pueblo y Sociedad Noticias] - “Creo que en principio, algunos de los republicanos tienen una posición que sugiere que van a promover a RonaldReagan como candidato”. Ella, al igual que muchos hispanos, se siente rechazada por la estridente retórica inmigrante de los candidatos
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
16.02.2012 [El Nuevo Herald] - Hortensia narró que sentían un profundo agradecimiento hacia RonaldReagan por haber promulgado la amnistía de 1986. Tan pronto se hicieron ciudadanos y se registraron para votar, lo hicieron por candidatos republicanos, historia bastante común entre