Shopping Cart

Your Shopping Cart is empty

Visit Store
Change Font Size
Change Font Size

Shopping Cart

Your Shopping Cart is empty

Visit Store
Podcast - Words to Live By "Canada"
Audio Length: 27:05

Words to Live By "Canada"

In 1985, 35 years ago, Prime Minister Mulroney and President Reagan held what was known as the Shamrock summit, as their meetings in Canada centered around one of President Reagan’s favorite days, St. Patrick’s Day.

Let's listen.

Listen To Podcast
Podcast - The MX Missile
Audio Length: 24:41

The MX Missile

Ronald Reagan was convinced that US defenses had been allowed to deteriorate during the 1970s and that this condition had left the United States vulnerable. President Reagan sought a substantial increase in US defense spending, hoping to restore some programs canceled by Carter, such as the neutron bomb (the enhanced radiation weapon), and the B-1 bomber. So we’ll start this podcast with his speech from March 6th. Let's listen.

Listen To Podcast
Podcast - CPAC
Audio Length: 28:24

CPAC

It’s no secret that CPAC loves Ronald Reagan and he even spoke at the first-ever CPAC in 1974. Ronald Reagan’s speeches at CPAC are part of the history of the modern conservative movement. He reminded us of the ideals and values that have guided our republic through more than two centuries of progress and trial in our quest to preserve freedom and assure justice. His words have challenged us in the past and inspired us for the future.
Let's listen.

Listen To Podcast
Podcast - Communism
Audio Length: 16:06

Communism

35 years ago, in 1985, President Reagan was frustrated with Congress’ reluctance to support freedom fighters who opposed totalitarian communistic rule in Central America. He believed their reluctance was a result of isolationist policies as a result of the war in Vietnam. Frustrated by Congressional inaction, he took his case to the American people in 1985, delivering this radio address to them.
Let's Listen.

Listen To Podcast
Podcast - The Reagan Doctrine
Audio Length: 43:45

The Reagan Doctrine

Over the years, you’ve probably heard about various political doctrines… Well in 1985 President Reagan chose to use the forum of the United States Congress and his State of the Union Address to define what Charles Krauthammer named, “The Reagan Doctrine.”
Let's listen.

Listen To Podcast
Podcast - National Prayer Breakfast
Audio Length: 27:21

National Prayer Breakfast

For 67 years, presidents have spent the morning of the last Thursday in January or the first Thursday in February gathering with members of Congress and evangelical Christians for the National Prayer Breakfast. Here is one of Ronald Reagan’s most memorable speeches, delivered 35 years ago. In the second half of this podcast, you’ll have a chance to hear another speech at the Annual National Prayer Breakfast from 1986.
Let's listen.

Listen To Podcast
Podcast - Second Inaugural Address
Audio Length: 27:22

Second Inaugural Address

In this podcast, we’ll focus on President Reagan’s second address. 35 years ago, on January 21st 1985, bitterly cold temperatures in Washington DC forced the cancellation of the Inaugural Parade and required President Reagan to deliver his second inaugural address…indoors, all 2,546 words.
Let's listen.

Listen To Podcast
Podcast - News Conference with President Ronald Reagan
Audio Length: 37:13

News Conference with President Ronald Reagan

35 years ago, in January 1985, George Shultz met with Gromyko and the President held a Press conference to report to the American people. It’s a long conference, so we’ll break it in half in this podcast. You’ll hear Helen Thomas ask him about his Strategic Defense Initiative and US Soviet Arms Agreements.
Let's listen.

Listen To Podcast
Podcast - Ronald Reagan and Iran
Audio Length: 33:46

Ronald Reagan and Iran

40 years ago, in January 1980, Ronald Reagan was running for the Presidency. And then…as now…the subject of Iranian aggression was the focus of many speeches. Because in Iran, as President Reagan wrote in his autobiography, “more than fifty Americans had been held captive for almost a year under the regime of a vicious religious despot.” Let’s begin with his welcoming remarks to the freed American hostages in January 1981. In the speech, he personally recognizes several of the hostages and shares intimate stories that bring this speech to life.
Let's listen.

Listen To Podcast
Podcast - Ronald Reagan on New Year’s Eve
Audio Length: 20:26

Ronald Reagan on New Year’s Eve

It’s New Year’s Eve and this is our last podcast for 2019. So we think the best way to close out the year and open 2020 is to listen to speeches rarely heard, yet truly fascinating.
Let's Listen.

Listen To Podcast
Podcast - Radio Liberty and Radio Marti
Audio Length: 27:32

Radio Liberty and Radio Marti

In this podcast, we’ll focus on Radio Marti, and the Voice of America, both communication systems enhanced by our 40th President’s belief in getting our message of freedom into the hands of those who needed it most.
Let's Listen.

Listen To Podcast
Podcast - Ronald Reagan and…Syria
Audio Length: 38:05

Ronald Reagan and…Syria

Just months after taking office, President Reagan was focused on Middle East turmoil when Israel was being shelled by Lebanon in May 1981. By June 1983, President Reagan commented on Syria when speaking before the Anti-Defamation League Convention of the B’nai B’rith.
Let’s listen

Listen To Podcast