Tag Archives: Ronald Reagan

Thanks Ronald Reagan for the Speeches and the Laughter, but Mostly for Your Wisdom and Your Example

by Diane Rufino, August 24, 2018 I’d like to take a trip down memory lane, back to the time when Ronald Reagan was president, when most Americans admired our leader, trusted him, and felt comforted and safe knowing he was … Continue reading

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Comparing Obama’s Amnesty Plan to the Emancipation Proclamation

    by Diane Rufino, November 22, 2014 According to Democratic House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, President Obama’s plan to excuse the illegal action of millions of immigrants not unlike Abraham Lincoln’s effort to free slaves.  At first I thought … Continue reading

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This Voter is Terribly Disillusioned

         by Diane Rufino, November 7, 2014 On October 28, the final presidential debate of the 1980 election was held in Cleveland, Ohio. In his closing remarks, Ronald Reagan asked viewers: “Are you better off now than … Continue reading

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Self-Governing Individuals are Necessary for a Self-Governing Society

by Diane Rufino Self-governing individuals are necessary to have a self-governing society. That is, only a moral and disciplined people are capable of being governed by a limited government. Those who are not need greater government. The Pilgrims taught us … Continue reading

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