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Podcast - Arms Reduction
Audio Length: 38:55

Arms Reduction

Ronald Reagan knew that the journey to arms reduction would not be short or easy.  He also knew it had to begin with an increase of arms.  As he wrote in his autobiography, “It was obvious that if we were ever going to get anywhere with the Russians in persuading them to reduce armaments, we had to bargain with them from strength, not weakness.” He spoke of his goals for reducing arms and nuclear weapons in a November 18, 1981 speech to the members of the National Press Club. Let’s listen.

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Podcast - Constitution Day
Audio Length: 19:04

Constitution Day

On September 7, 1988, President Reagan issued Proclamation 5851 calling out the week of September 17th as Citizenship Day and Constitution Week. Let’s now listen to President Reagan’s remarks at the Bicentennial Celebration of the United States Constitution on September 16, 1987.

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Podcast - 9-11
Audio Length: 32:17

9-11

Today’s “Words to Live By” honors the 19th anniversary of 9-11.  We remember today not only to honor the almost 3000 innocent souls who lost their lives that day and the other 6000 people who were injured but to send an irrefutable message to those who perpetrated this unthinkable crime that we will never forget and our resolve to continue the fight for freedom will only get stronger. Let’s start with three quotes from President Reagan’s 1981 Inaugural Address. Let's listen.

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Podcast - Civility
Audio Length: 13:03

Civility

In today’s “words to live by” podcast we’re going to get at the heart of President Reagan’s desire to truly reach across the aisle and work together, no matter what your political preferences. Let's listen.

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Podcast - 1984 Republican National Convention
Audio Length: 01:01:40

1984 Republican National Convention

In this week’s podcast, we present President Reagan’s remarks accepting the Presidential nomination at the Republican National Convention in Dallas, Texas on August 23, 1984. Let’s listen.

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Podcast - Economic Hardships
Audio Length: 30:50

Economic Hardships

Almost as soon as the Inaugural ceremony was over, President Reagan set his sights on Capitol Hill. From day one, he and his team worked tirelessly to get Congress to pass legislation to put the economy back on track. Even a near-fatal assassination attempt did not slow him down. Nine months into his presidency he delivered remarks on the program for economic recovery at a White House reception for Members of Congress. Let’s listen. 

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Podcast - 1980 Republican National Convention
Audio Length: 49:49

1980 Republican National Convention

On July 16, 1980, Ronald Reagan secured the nomination for the Republican Party, formally accepting the nomination at the Republican National Convention in Detroit Michigan on July 17, 1980. Let’s listen.

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Podcast - Racism
Audio Length: 42:25

Racism

In 1987, during an address to high school students on Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birthday, President Reagan declared, “We cannot be complacent about racism and bigotry. And I would challenge all of you to pledge yourselves to build an America where incidents of racial hatred do not happen.” Let’s listen.

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Podcast - Terrorism
Audio Length: 35:17

Terrorism

In a statement announcing actions against terrorism just one month prior to his speech, President Reagan wrote, “The war which terrorists are waging is not only directed against the United States, it is a war against all of civilized society. This is a war in which innocent civilians are targets. This is a war in which innocent civilians are intentional victims…This cannot continue. We must act against those who have so little regard for human life and the values we cherish.” Let’s listen.

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Podcast - 4th of July
Audio Length: 14:51

4th of July

These past few months have been trying times for Americans and people around the world as we have battled with the Coronavirus and everything in its wake, but let’s now take a moment to be thankful that we ARE Americans…that we live in the land of the free and the home of the brave. Let's listen.

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