Margot Morrell, author of “Reagan’s Journey: Lessons From a Remarkable Career,” gives a personal impression of the deceased president’s true character–quite different from his common portrayal in the media. She discusses which essential qualities propelled Ronald Reagan to emerge from his humble beginnings into the powerful role of U.S. President.
By: Tony Williams She’s interviewed presidents and sat down with royalty on her TV show, but on a sticky Washington afternoon in June of 1983, Oprah Winfrey was simply one of 900 guests on the White House lawn for a performance by the Beach Boys. She was the local TV … Continue reading
Richard Nixon August 13, 1987 26 Federal Plaza New York City Dear Ron, The speech last night was one of your best. What was even more important than what you said was that you sounded and looked strong. You gave the lie to the crap about your being over-the-hill, discouraged, … Continue reading
President Ronald Reagan recalls the day that he was almost assassinated. He describes how even though others thought it was the end, he never did. Continue reading