A lecture and book signing with Steve Forbes on his book, Money: How the Destruction of the Dollar Threatens the Global Economy – and What We Can Do About It.
In Money, co-authors Steve Forbes and Elizabeth Ames explain why a return to sound money is absolutely essential if the U.S. and other nations are ever to overcome today’s problems. They argue that stable money is the only way to a true recovery and a stable and prosperous economy. This entertaining and hugely well-informed book also shares their invaluable suggestions for how to preserve our wealth and where to invest our money.
Steve Forbes is the Chairman and Editor-in-Chief of Forbes Media. In 1985, President Reagan named Mr. Forbes Chairman of the bi-partisan Board for International Broadcasting. In this position, he oversaw the operation of Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty. Mr. Forbes was reappointed to his post by President George H.W. Bush and served until 1993.
Reagan Forum featuring Texas Governor Rick Perry.
As the state’s 47th and longest-serving governor, Rick Perry is the first Texas A&M graduate to occupy the Governor’s Mansion.
Starting in the United States Air Force and continuing over two decades in elected office, Rick Perry has led a life of public service. Governor Perry’s administration has focused on creating a Texas of unlimited opportunity and prosperity by improving education,
securing the border and increasing economic development.
Fifty years ago, journalist David Broder described Ronald Reagan’s speech on behalf of presidential candidate Barry Goldwater as “the most successful political debut since William Jennings Bryan.” The speech, entitled “A Time for Choosing,” would echo in American politics for 50 years, defining a new approach to conservatism laced with a forward looking optimism rooted in the latent greatness of America.
Steven F. Hayward, the Ronald Reagan Professor of Public Policy at Pepperdine, will explore the impact of “the Speech” and its current relevance to American politics when he delivers the Reagan Forum at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library on Monday, October 27, 2014 at 11:00a.m. This lecture is free to attend; however, reservations are required. Following his remarks, he will moderate a panel with Lou and Carl Cannon.
Steven F. Hayward, is currently the Thomas Smith Distinguished Fellow at the John M. Ashbrook Center at Ashland University, where he directs the Ashbrook Center’s new program in political economy. For the last decade he was the F.K. Weyerhaeuser Fellow in Law and Economics at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, D.C., and a Senior Fellow at the Pacific Research Institute in San Francisco.
Hayward writes daily on the popular PowerLineBlog.com, and frequently serves as a guest host for Bill Bennett’s national radio show “Morning in America” on the Salem Broadcasting Network. Hayward is the author of a two-volume narrative history of Ronald Reagan and his effect on American political life, The Age of Reagan: The Fall of the Old Liberal Order, 1964-1980, and The Age of Reagan: The Conservative Counter-Revolution, 1980- 1989 (CrownForum books).
Lou Cannon, known for his political reporting on California and the nation, is the foremost biographer of Ronald Reagan. He has written five books about Reagan, including the acclaimed President Reagan: The Role of a Lifetime. Lou Cannon worked 26 years on the national staff of The Washington Post, where he won many awards and was described as a “reporter’s reporter” by his colleagues. Cannon’s latest book, Reagan’s Disciple: George W. Bush’s Troubled Quest for a Presidential Legacy, is co-authored with his eldest son, Carl M. Cannon.
Carl M. Cannon is the Washington Bureau Chief of RealClearPolitics. Carl is a past recipient of the Gerald R. Ford Journalism Prize for Distinguished Reporting and the Aldo Beckman Award, the two most prestigious awards for White House coverage. Previous positions include Executive Editor of PoliticsDaily.com, DC Bureau Chief for Reader's Digest and White House correspondent for both the Baltimore Sun and National Journal. He was a 2007 fellow-in-residence at Harvard University's Institute of Politics, a past president of the White House Correspondents’ Association, and is a published author.
former Speaker of the House
Newt Gingrich, followed by a
book signing. Speaker Gingrich
will be signing Breakout:
Pioneers of the Future, Prison
Guards of the Past, and the Epic Battle That Will Decide
America’s Fate and Callista Gingrich will be signing
the latest book in her Ellis the Elephant series, From
Sea to Shining Sea.
Ellis the Elephant is back! In From Sea to Shining
Sea, the fourth installment of this New York Times
bestselling series, Ellis heads west into uncharted
territory with Lewis and Clark and discovers a growing
In Breakout, Speaker Gingrich explores how America
is poised for one of the most spectacular leaps in human well-being in
history. Pioneers of the future—innovators and entrepreneurs—are achieving
breakthroughs in medicine, transportation, energy, education, and other
fields that will make the world a dramatically different and better place. It
is not between the Left and the Right, but between the past and the future.
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“General Secretary Gorbachev, if you seek peace, if you seek prosperity for the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, if you seek liberalization: Come here to this gate! Mr. Gorbachev, open this gate! Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!” – Ronald Reagan, 1987
November 2014 commemorates the 25th Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall. The Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation, in partnership with the Consul Generals of the Czech Republic, Hungary and the Republic of Poland, will be hosting an event to discuss why the Wall fell and what its end meant for nations on both sides of the Wall.
The program includes remarks by John O’Sullivan, author of “The President, the Pope, and the Prime Minister: Three Who Changed the World” and the current Director of the Danube Institute in Budapest. Mr. O’Sullivan was also Special Advisor and Speechwriter for Margaret Thatcher in the 1980s. Followed by his remarks, Mr. O’Sullivan moderated a panel discussion with: