Remember when America had a real president?

June 6, 2014

Thirty years ago, on the 40th anniversary of D-Day, President Ronald Reagan gave this speech to a gathering of veterans at the site of the U.S. Army Ranger Monument at Pointe du Hoc.


Happy birthday, Ronald

February 6, 2014

If you’re as old as I am, then you’re old enough to remember when America had a real president — a man who loved life, loved liberty, loved God, didn’t bow to foreign heads of state, took seriously his oath to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States, and believed with all his heart that the country he was elected to serve was the greatest country on earth. Today is the 103rd anniversary of his birth.

This cartoon will mean nothing to those of you who are too young to remember the 1980s, but for those of us who were there, it’s a little stroll down memory lane that ought to elicit a smile or two.

(click to enlarge)


Another ghost of Christmas past

December 25, 2013

If you’ve been around as long as I have, you’re old enough to remember when America had a president who loved God and his country and wasn’t shy about saying so. Was it really only thirty years ago?


Thank you to all who served

November 11, 2013

The following is excerpted from the speech Ronald Reagan gave at his first inauguration, on January 20, 1981:


Should’ve listened to Dad

October 29, 2013


Remember when America had a real president?

June 6, 2013

Twenty-nine years ago, on the 40th anniversary of D-Day, President Ronald Reagan gave this speech to a gathering of veterans at the site of the U.S. Army Ranger Monument at Pointe du Hoc.


Happy birthday, Ronald

February 6, 2013

If you’re as old as I am, then you’re old enough to remember when America had a real president — a man who loved life, loved liberty, loved God, didn’t bow to foreign heads of state, took seriously his oath to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States, and believed with all his heart that the country he was elected to serve was the greatest country on earth. Today is the 102nd anniversary of his birth.

This cartoon will mean nothing to those of you who are too young to remember the 1980s, but for those of us who were there, it’s a little stroll down memory lane that ought to elicit a smile or two.

(click to enlarge)


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