Life and Times
The Great Communicator
White House Diary
Debate Between the President and Former Vice President Walter F. Mondale in Louisville, Kentucky
"With me, abortion is not a problem of religion, it's a problem of the Constitution. I believe that until and unless someone can establish that the unborn child is not a living human being, then that child is already protected by the Constitution, which guarantees life, liberty, and the pursuit of
Remarks to Participants in the March for Life Rally
"And yet our opponents tell us not to interfere with abortion. They tell us not to impose our morality on those who wish to allow or participate in the taking of the life of infants before birth. Yet no one calls it imposing morality to prohibit the taking of life after a child is born. We're told a
Remarks to the World Affairs Council of Western Massachusetts in Springfield
"From the start, our policy in Afghanistan has, of course, been directed at restoring that country to an independent, nonaligned status, in which the Afghan people could decide their own future and to which their refugees could return safely and with honor -- the same goals as those stated in succes
Remarks at Kansas State University at the Alfred M. Landon Lecture Series on Public Issues
"In a world wracked by hatred, economic crisis, and political tension, America remains mankind's best hope."
Remarks at a White House Ceremony Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Week.
"At the root of everything that we're trying to accomplish is the belief that America has a mission. We are a nation of freedom, living under God, believing all citizens must have the opportunity to grow, create wealth, and build a better life for those who follow. If we live up to those moral val
Radio Address to the Nation on Free and Fair Trade and the Budget Deficit
"Well, one of the worst mistakes anybody can make is to bet against Americans."
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