Skip to comments.Ronald Reagan Passes- some links...
Posted on 06/05/2004 5:02:50 PM PDT by backhoe
Thank You For The Links!
May he be in a better world than this- he was a fine man.
Thank you for pulling this together. I know everyone appreciates it.
The Life of President Ronald Wilson Reagan (photos)- 6.5.04
Yahoo, Personal Collection | 06/05/04 | ME
Unguarded Moments, Pete Souza (another resource on President Reagan, lots of photos)
Pete Souza's page ^ | 06/05/04 | DoughtyOne
Abortion and the Conscience of the Nation - President Ronald Reagan
NATIONAL AMERICAN HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL ^ | 6-5-04
Statement from Michael Reagan Regarding his Fathers Passing
Thanks very much for that link.
The lady truck driver and The Gipper
Original ^ | June 6, 2004 | Julie Kay Smithson
Ronald Reagan: Still My President (Vanity)
June 6, 2004 | Mad Ivan
The Gipper: He's Brought America Back...Again
http://www.freerepublic.com ^ | June 6, 2004 | HowlinglyMind-BendingAbsurdity
Foreword by Ronald Reagan to: In Defence of Freedom by Margaret Thatcher
Published 1986, Aurum Press, London | 1986 | Ronald Reagan
Freedom's Team: How Reagan, Thatcher and John Paul II won the Cold War.
The Wall Street Journal Opinion Journal ^ | June 7, 2004 | John Fund
Andrew Sullivan exposes DU, celebration over Reagan death
AndrewSullivan.com ^ | June 6, 2004 | Andrew Sullivan
The prisoners' conscience [Nathan Sharansky Eulogizes President Reagan]
Jerusalem Post ^ | June 6, 2004 | Nathan Sharansky
Ronald Reagan's Last Ride
American Digest ^ | June 6, 2004 | Gerard Van der Leun
Reagan Legacy Looming Large Over Campaign
AP ^ | June 7, 2004 | ADAM NAGOURNEY
A Great Gentleman
The American Spectator ^ | Published 6/7/2004 12:09:43 AM | By R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr.
The Old Cowboy is gone...
Bombshell revelations about Ronald Reagan.
NavySeals.com ^ | [January] 2002 | NavySeals.com
Book: Carter, Democrats Asked Soviets to Stop Reagan, Sway U.S. Elections.
Noonan: Reagan Commemoration Driving Media Nuts
NewsMax.com ^ | 07 June 2004 | Staff Reports
With fortitude . . . and foresight
Washington Times ^ | Monday, June 7, 2004 | By Donald Devine
Israel alone remembers Reagan as a friend in the Middle East
AFP ^ | June 5/04 | AFP
The stardust of success
Washington Times ^ | 6/07/04
Morning in America: The enduring legacy of Ronald Reagan
Washington Times ^ | Monday, June 7, 2004 | Suzanne Fields
Michael Reagan to NewsMax: "Dad Is Home Now"
NewsMax.com ^ | 6/7/04 | Phil Brennan
President Reagan Changed Me
FrontPageMagazine.com ^ | 6/07/04 | Tammy Bruce
Is hate the only thing that the left has in them? They hate Bush, they hate Reagan, they hate America's success. What a pathetic group of people!
Libertarians Mourn Passing of President Ronald Reagan
Libertarian Party of California | June 6, 2004 | Daniel Wiener
(Reagan and SS-20 missiles) Twaddle from the Axis of Neville
Strategy page dot com ^ | Nov. 2003 | Austin Bay
The last Cold War warrior (Eurinals despised Reagan, Americans loved him. Americans were right.)
Irish Independent ^ | 6/7/04
THE TRIUMPH OF REAGANOMICS-- Celebrating The Economic Achievements Of Ronald Reagan (1911-2004)
ICONOCLAST ^ | R. Bastiat, Iconoclast Economics Editor
Boortz on the passing of RR: "Class act, those Democrats." (Blood Pressure Alert)
Neal Boortz On-Line ^ | Monday, June 7, 2004 | Neal Boortz
Thanks for doing this page of links. I should have known that someone had taken care of it. I placed a ton of links on this thread:
They start at that post, but keep going. I have a few more posts of links down in the thread.
God bless Ronald Reagan!
Appreciate the link and comments- thanks!
You can stay the course with me and continue the fight for freedom, liberty, and the defeat of evil, or you can vote for my opponent, who's idea of accomplishing peace is to appease those who seek our destruction, who seek to destroy your freedoms and liberty and turn over the governing of this republic to those in the United Nations.
Those are your choices. They are simple choices. You either embrace freedom and liberty or you embrace socialism, communism and government by a so-called elite few who think that only the UN can successfully make those decisions. This country has survived for over 225 years without the UN making those decisions. Do you really think we need to change our form of government now? The choice is yours in November. Vote for whomever you trust with your life.
A Parting Thought (simple tribute to Reagan)
Sacred Cow Burgers ^ | 06/07/2004 | Sacred Cow Burgers
Letter to Michael Reagan on his Wedding Night From Dad (Repost from 1998, grab some kleenex!)
Reagan Information Exchange ^ | October 2, 1998 | President Ronald
No one nowadays tells kids this kind of stuff, it is a pity. Mostly they get advice on prenups, etc, dual careers. They really need parents to start saying these things and to live that kind of life.
The Man Who Brought Down "That Wall"
Free Congress Foundation | 6-7-04 | Paul Weyrich
I came to think of Ronald Reagan as the great man he was by talking with those he helped to liberate.
Rush Limbaugh's Tribute to Ronald Reagan
Rush Limbaugh ^ | June 7 2004 | Rush Limbaugh
This is a huge eye opener for them. They are asking their parents, "Why is everybody going nuts over this guy?" Millions of Americans also under the age of 30 have no concrete memory of Ronald Reagan's presidency, and yet we are all, including them, touched by his greatness. I'd like to take a moment here to explain to those of you who have no direct relationship with Ronald Reagan, you weren't old enough or even born during his presidency to have understood it or to have known how you have been affected by it, because the simple fact is that now in death, Ronald Reagan once again defines the utter beauty and blessing that is America and reminds us all of our destiny.
He Could See for Miles [Krauthammer on Reagan]
Time ^ | June 7, 2004 | Charles Krauthammer
The Virulent Venom of Frustrated Rage (Slapping Down the Reagan-Haters -- HARD!)
Washington Times ^ | 6/8/04 | Wesley Pruden
Tammy Bruce: President Reagan Changed Me
Mike Bates: What made Reagan remarkable
Marcus J. Goldman: Leftist Blame Throwers: Why Ask Why?
Geoff Metcalf: Neither Awed Nor Seduced
James Antle: Ronald Reagan: Communicator of Great Things
Bob Chandra: Ronald Reagan In His Own Words
Barbara J. Stock: Ronald Reagan: The Passing of a Great Man
Jack Kinsella: The Passing of the Quiet Giants
Watch Reagan's 1984 "Morning in America" Campaign Ad
www.crushkerry.com ^ | 1984 | 1984 Reagan campaign
Fantastic! Thank you!
I knew we'd lose him, but saying goodbye is never easy.
Pleasant journey, Mr. President, and thanks, from a grateful American.
How Reagan Made My Day
Washington Times via UPI International ^ | 06-09-04 | James Rogan
LIVE THREAD: Reagan Funeral: Arrival at the Capitol
www.freerepublic.com | June 9, 2004