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Years ago, when I was a media fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, I got to sit down with Martin Anderson, one of Ronald Reagan's closest advisers.
On the 100th anniversary of my father's birthday, it's time to listen and learn from him again. It's time for a new Reagan revolution.
Mongolian President Tsakhia Elbegdorj said he remains a staunch Reaganite when it comes to promoting democracy and free markets.
For those of us who suffered under communism, Ronald Reagan was our liberator. As Britain's Margaret Thatcher said: "Ronald Reagan won the Cold War without firing a shot."
Nancy Reagan's value in the White House was much more than as a sidelines tea-pourer with a penchant for Galanos gowns and a distrust of outsiders.
Centennial events here and around the world officially begin this week to commemorate Ronald Reagan's 100th birthday that will mark the 40th president's historic legacy. These events have rekindled a lot of fond memories of my interviews with Reagan.
"What are you going to tell me about him that I don't already know?" This question from a friend, writes Ron Reagan, author of this book marking his father's 100th birthday on Feb. 6, "is entirely legitimate if a bit disquieting." It should be disquieting, for the answer is, nothing much.
President Ronald Reagan's handwritten changes to his "Evil Empire" speech, his correspondence with Mikhail Gorbachev and a bronze cast of Moscow's Kremlin from the onetime Soviet leader are going on rare public display at the National Archives.
As Arlen Specter leaves the Senate after 30 years, the onetime corruption-busting Philadelphia prosecutor and architect of the "single-bullet theory" of the John F. Kennedy assassination says he wouldn't change a thing about his zig-zag-zig political path.