This compilation about President Ronald Reagan contains three broadcasts:
Remembering President Ronald Reagan - Bill Bennett
Now you can relive the historic week when dozens of guests and listeners paid tribute to the man whose 1984 re-election landslide victory had as its theme, “It’s Morning in America again.” Fittingly, when Bill Bennett debuted as a talk host in April of 2004, he insisted that his show be named after that very campaign theme. In doing so, every time Bill opens his show with, “It’s Morning in America, I’m Bill Bennett” he honors the man for whom he held the utmost respect.
What Was So Great about President Reagan - Michael Medved
All conservatives-and most Americans-have a strong sense that Ronald Reagan was a great president but nearly twenty years after he left office, we're not always able to explain why. This new broadcast will spell out the elements of Reagan's greatness -- as a statesman, thinker, Republican politician, radio broadcaster (in both sports and political commentary), Hollywood actor (much better than usually acknowledged!), deeply religious Christian (also not often acknowledged), husband-and-father, and friend. The broadcast will also feature a personal, exclusive, hugely revealing on-air interview with one of the people who knew President Reagan best--his son (and youngest child) Ron Reagan, Michael's friend (and fellow talk show host). The broadcast will also feature some touching highlights of Reagan's unforgettable speeches, interviews and press conferences. A surprising, eye-opening look at one of the great lives of the twentieth Century and a complex individual who seems simultaneously familiar and mysterious.
Victory Lessons from Ronald Reagan - Michael Medved
In 1975, the GOP looked dispirited, disheartened, divided and doomed. Republicans had just received a horrible 'thumpin' in Congressional elections, Democrats looked poised to recapture the White House, and an unpopular White House incumbent seemed to drag down the party's chances. Sound familiar? "But in 1976, retired governor of California and former Hollywood star Ronald Reagan made a long-shot run at the Presidency and taught his party how to win again. Today those lessons can still inspire all conservatives and all Americans. In this rousing talk on Reagan's birthday (February 6, 2007) Michael tells a standing-room-only audience the essentials of Reagan's approach - - clarity, cheerfulness and unity -- and the way these qualities can bring new Republican victories across the country. Michael provides sharp political insight and touching, little known details about America's beloved 40th President.
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