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On October 4, 2019, Brad Smith came to the Reagan Library to discuss his book, Tools and Weapons: The promise and peril of the digital age, which takes the reader into the cockpit of one of the world's largest and most powerful tech companies as it finds itself in the middle of some of the thorniest emerging issues of our time. Let's Listen.
On September 30, 2019, Major Garrett came to the Reagan Library to discuss his latest book, “Mr. Trump’s Wild Ride.” Major Garrett in CBS News’s chief correspondent, a position he has held since 2018. He’s also the host of “The Takeout” podcast, a weekly podcast about politics, poly and pop culture.
On September 8, 2016, during the 2016 presidential election cycle, vice-presidential candidate Mike Pence, then Governor of Indiana, came to the Reagan Library to share his thoughts on Ronald Reagan, the presidency, and America.
Back on October 29, 2012, Regis Philbin came to the Reagan Library to discuss his new memoir, “How I Got This Way.” His book contained inspirational advice and shared his secrets to success and happiness that he had learned from his innumerable celebrity encounters, his close, personal friendships, and, of course, his relationship with his loving wife and family.
In honor of our Baseball exhibition, the Reagan Forum featured Major League Baseball Hall of Fame inductee and former Los Angeles Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda.
After a brief career as a left-handed pitcher, Tommy Lasorda became one of the most enthusiastic and successful managers in baseball history. Lasorda, who has been with the Dodgers for 65 years, led the team to two world championships, four National League titles and eight division titles in 20 years as manager of the team. Following his retirement as manager, Lasorda became a special advisor to the chairman of the Dodgers. One of his most memorable accomplishments was managing the United States to its first-ever gold medal in baseball at the 2000 Sydney Olympics.
The Last Fighter Pilot is the account of Captain Jerry Yellin, who flew the last combat mission of WWII on the morning of August 15th out of Iwo Jima. Captain Yellin is a sharp, engaging, 93-year-old veteran whose story is brought to life by New York Times bestselling author Don Brown (Treason).
From April to August of 1945, Captain Jerry Yellin and a small group of fellow fighter pilots flew dangerous bombing and strafe missions out of Iwo Jima over Japan. Even days after America dropped the atomic bombs—on Hiroshima on August 6 and Nagasaki on August 9-the pilots continued to fly. Though Japan had suffered unimaginable devastation, the emperor still refused to surrender. New York Times bestselling author Don Brown (Treason) sits down with Yellin, now ninetythree years old, to tell the incredible true story of the final combat mission of World War II. Nine days after Hiroshima, on the morning of August 15th, Yellin and his wingman 1st Lieutenant Phillip Schlamberg took off from Iwo Jima to bomb Tokyo. By the time Yellin returned to Iwo Jima, the war was officially over— but his young friend Schlamberg would never get to hear the news. The Last Fighter Pilot is a harrowing first-person account of war from one of America’s last living World War II veterans.
In JFK and the Reagan Revolution, Kudlow and Domitrovic argue that in order to recover the greatness of America and reestablish ourselves as a prosperous country, we simply need to embrace the bipartisan wisdom of two great presidents. They make the case that the solutions needed to solve the long economic stagnation of the early twenty-first century are the free-market principles of limited government, low tax rates and a strong dollar – principles once embraced by both the John F. Kennedy and Ronald Reagan administrations.
Lawrence Kudlow is CNBC’s Senior Contributor. He previously hosted CNBC’s primetime show “The Kudlow Report” and currently hosts a nationally syndicated weekly radio show and writes a weekly syndicated column. Brian Domitrovic is a historian, professor and senior associate at the Laffer Center for Supply-Side Economics.
Carly Fiorina was the first woman to lead a Fortune 50 business when she was hired at Hewlett Packard. In her six years as Chairman and CEO, she doubled its revenues to $90 billion and quadrupled its growth to 9%. She currently serves as the Chairman of the American Conservative Union Foundation, which annually hosts CPAC, the Chairman of Good360, and the Chairman of Opportunity International. On May 4, 2015 she announced her candidacy for the 2016 Presidential Elections.
When our nation’s capital was built in Washington DC, it was constructed on the sight of a swamp that had to be drained. President Trump believes that we need to repeat history – in other words, “drain the swamp.” In his new book, The Swamp, Eric Bolling presents an anger inducing, amusing, revealing, and outrageous history of American politics -- past and present, Republican and Democrat. Bolling covers a litany extraordinarily appalling national political scandals, high crimes and misdemeanors, and even events that should have been simply a blip on the radar and mushroomed into a spiraling-out-of-control controversies. Bribery, blackmail, backroom dealings…they’ve always been a part of our political make up, but it seems it’s getting worse all the time. And those that get hurt most are the American people. The Swamp is chock full of one doozy after another by our elected officials, and mirrors the way Washington national politics currently – and apparently always – has been played out. Can President Donald J Trump actually live up to his campaign promise of “draining the swamp?”
Eric Bolling has become one of the most important “must listen to” voices and “must read” opinion-makers on today’s political narrative, regardless of where you reside on the political aisle. He is the author of the New York Times, Wall Street journal, USA Today, and Publishers Weekly bestseller Wake Up America. He is currently the host of the new hit Fox News Channel Show, “The Fox News Specialists,” and before that was one of the hosts of FNC’s “The Five.” He also is the host of the Fox Business Network show, “Cashin’ In.” Before coming to Fox, Bolling was a successful New York Mercantile Exchange trader for many years.