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In this week’s “A Reagan Forum” we go back to March 19, 2013 when former White House press secretary Ari Fleisher
came to the Reagan Library to share his views on the Republican party and how the party can begin wining national elections again.
In this week’s “A Reagan Forum” we present Kenneth Walsh, one of the longest-serving White House correspondents in history, as he’s covered the White House for US News and World Report since 1986. He has written numerous books on the presidency, including a book on Presidential Retreats, a book on Air Force One, a book on Ronald Reagan and a book on White House photographers. Let’s listen:
In this week’s “A Reagan Forum” we present Gianno Caldwell, founder of Caldwell Strategic Consulting and a political analyst on Fox News. Gianno sat down in conversation with Reagan Foundation and Institute Chief Administrative Officer Joanne Drake to discuss how conservative values helped a kid from the south side of Chicago find a life of opportunity. Trapped within the expectations and traditions of our communities, families, political parties, faith, race, and gender, we fail to challenge our politicians and ourselves to create real change. Now more than ever, we need to confront preconceived notions about the Democrats and Republicans, public policy, and American history. Let's listen.
In this week’s “A Reagan Forum” we look at the terrifying violence on college campuses across America as students lash out at any speaker brave enough to say something they disagree with. This topic is now a best-selling book and eye-opening documentary called “No Safe Spaces” by conservative talk radio host Dennis Prager, Hollywood producer Mark Joseph and television and radio personality Adam Carolla. Let's listen.
In this week’s “A Reagan Forum” we present Craig Shirley, the author of four bestsellers on President Ronald Reagan, including “Rendezvous with Destiny” and “Reagan’s Revolution.” On this visit to the Reagan Library, Craig promoted his latest book, “Mary Ball Washington: The Untold Story of George Washington’s Mother.” During his visit to the Reagan Library, Craig Shirley sat down in conversation with Reagan Foundation and Institute Executive Director John Heubusch to discuss “Mary Ball Washington,” which is an intimate portrait of America’s original first family in a groundbreaking major biography, filled with rich anecdotes and stories that reveal the father of our country in a fresh and original way. Let's listen.
Since President Reagan’s passing on June 5, 2004, the Reagan Foundation has worked with United States Marine Corps Camp Pendleton to hold a birthday celebration on February 6th of each year to honor the life and legacy of our nation’s 40th president. In this week’s A Reagan Forum podcast, we listen in to the ceremony held on February 6, 2020 with keynote speaker Drew Dix. Drew is the current President of the Congressional Medal of Honor Society and a Medal of Honor recipient from the Vietnam War. Let’s listen:
In this week’s “A Reagan Forum” we go back to February 25, 2011 when United States Senator Scott Brown came to the Reagan Library to discuss his latest book, Against All Odds: My Life of Hardship, Fast Breaks and Second Chances. In early 2010, during a special election following the death of Senator Ted Kennedy, who had previously held the Senate seat for almost a half century, Scott Brown won, becoming Massachusetts next Senator. Scott Brown was a die-hard anti-tax, anti-deficit, pro-business Republican and he won the seat from one of the staunchest of liberals in Massachusetts.
For our last podcast in January, we’ll wrap up last month’s Reagan National Defense Forum, with our closing session with National Security Advisor Robert O’Brien. The program began with remarks by National Security Advisor O’Brien, followed by a moderated conversation with Fox News co-anchor of America’s Newsroom Bill Hemmer, which included discussions on the historic importance of the Reagan military build-up, President Trump’s initiative to rebuild the armed services, the Trump Administration’s Iran policy, the U.S.-China trade war, and a host of other topics in the concluding session of our 2019 Defense Forum. Let's Listen.
As we continue to bring you some of the panels and discussions at last month’s Reagan National Defense Forum, in this week’s Reagan Forum podcast we’ll look at panel number 10, entitled “From Syria to China: The Role of freedom and democracy in defense policy.” The panelists included two former secretaries of state – General James Mattis and the Honorable Leon Panetta. Let’s listen.
In this week’s Reagan Forum podcast, we’ll look at our first Fireside Chat of the day, "Training and Equipping the Joint Force to Execute the National Defense Strategy." During this panel, we brought together all of the service chiefs of the United States Military for a conversation to discuss what measures the services are taking to implement the National Defense Strategy and their efforts to build the military we need for the future. Let’s listen.
In this week’s Reagan Forum podcast we’ll look at our second Fireside Chat of the day, which was a conversation with Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos. Mr. Bezos discussed the need for big technology companies to work with the U.S. government, what the national security community can do to recruit and retain technical talent, and ways big organizations can remain nimble and innovative. Let's listen.