Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum

#devolution: Reagan’s ability to give more power to the states and people by letting states and localities use federal grant money without a thousand strings attached.

The Republican Millennial

I had a great time at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum in Simi Valley, California. President Reagan came from humble beginnings. He worked hard to build a multi-faceted career in entertainment and politics.

These two industries, entertainment and politics, have become bedfellows in this 24-hour news cycle in which we live. We all have a few friends who cannot satisfy their insatiable appetite for dirty gossip and rude awakenings.

Reagan didn’t “use” the entertainment industry to “push” his political message to a wider audience. Instead, he took a position on a divisive issue and articulated his reasoning in plain language. For example, Reagan switched to the Republican Party, stating publicly that he didn’t leave the Democratic Party, but the party left him.

Let’s take a quick look back to Reagan’s run for the Governorship of California. There is one statement in particular that shatters political correctness and shaped…

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