Reagan Predicted Today's Dem Party in 1964 – It's Chilling
Ronald Reagan was warning us of what's happening now in 1964. We should've listened.
Original Funk - JamesBrown
Original funk #JamesBrown
1981 News Footage: Reagan Fires Air Traffic Controllers
Reagan did not go by the polls as Sam Donaldson put it the President seems convinced being tough is what the public wants
Nietzsche In Twelve Minutes
I do not own any of these images. This 12-minute video is intended as an introduction to the philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche. It is not intended as a comprehensive or definitive account of his thoug...
President Reagan was a pro at roasting Democrats
President Reagan was a pro at roasting Democrats.
The Angry Affluent Liberal - American Greatness
Sarah Jeong’s nasty tweets raise a personal question, not a political one: why is she so bitter when she has enjoyed so much success? Her animus against white people sounds like a teen version of 196...
Here’s what Robert E. Lee thought about Confederate monuments
The violence that erupted in Charlottesville over the weekend, which left one woman killed and dozens more injured, stemmed from a white nationalist and alt-right protest over the removal of a statue ...
Robert E. Lee Charlottesville Statue: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know
Charlottesville has attracted white nationalists from across the country because of its Robert E. Lee Statue, which the city council wants to remove.
Reagan tells Soviet jokes
Reagan tells Soviet jokes
Reagan on fascism
Ronald Reagan responds to Lindsey Graham's claim that Reagan wasn't a libertarian. Reagan made the point that conservatism is essentially the same as libertarianism while liberalism is essentially fa...
Ronald Reagan nearly died before he became president. The Heimlich maneuver saved him
Reagan was one of the estimated 10,000 people saved by the Heimlich maneuver, whose creator, Dr. Henry Heimlich, died last week.
Parallels between Trump and Reagan
Presidential Historian Douglas Wead compares Donald Trump to President Ronald Reagan.
Proof Ronald Reagan Didn't Pander To Protesters
Remember when we had a president that respected the rule of law?
Daniel J. Carroll
Daniel J. Carroll (November 29, 1874 in Brooklyn, Kings County, New York – March 6, 1927 in Brooklyn, New York City) was an American businessman and politician from New York.
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Caspar Weinberger
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Philip D. Curtin
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Thomas Buchanan Read
Thomas Buchanan Read (March 12, 1822 – May 11, 1872), was an American poet and portrait painter.
Read was born in Chester County, Pennsylvania on March 12, 1822.Beside painting, Read wrote a...
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Theodore Case
Theodore Willard "Theo" Case (December 12, 1888 – May 13, 1944) was an American chemist, physicist and inventor known for the invention of the Movietone sound-on-film sound film system.
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Here’s what Robert E. Lee thought about Confederate monuments
The violence that erupted in Charlottesville over the weekend, which left one woman killed and dozens more injured, stemmed from a white nationalist and alt-right protest over the removal of a statue ...
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Curtis Redden
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Glyndebourne 1997 Bernstein: Candide
Colonels of Truth
The tumultuous true story of the life of a fast food icon.
Michael Davis Ford's Theater part 2 (Ronald Reagan & Tip O'Neil laughing together hysterically)
Michael Davis performs at the historic Ford's Theater for the former President and Mrs. Ronald Reagan.
Tadeusz Brzeziński
Tadeusz Brzeziński (February 21, 1896 – January 7, 1990) was a Polish consular official and the father of President Jimmy Carter's national security adviser, Zbigniew Brzezinski.
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