Liberty Just in Case

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Ronald Reagan Diaries

Posted by Mark on May 25, 2007

My brother and I decided to go to the Ronald Reagan library the other day. Our visit couldn’t have been more timely….as luck would have it, the library was releasing President Reagan’s much anticipated diary.

When we arrived, there were TV crews everywhere capturing this historic release. Even more startling….as we moved through the exhibits, Nancy Reagan was on TV monitors everywhere-reading Reagan’s personal diary.

When it became known that as president Reagan had written a personal diary in his own hand, bound in leather with the presidential seal on the cover, the sale of the rights to “The Reagan Diaries”, (HarperCollins, 784 pages, $35) became a publishing sensation. At last we would discover the innermost thoughts of a man whose intense reserve had shut out his colleagues, his official biographer, his two wives, and even his children.

His library is nestled in the beautiful hills of Simi Valley, California. If you ever get the chance, GO! The library is impressive with a vast display of Ronald Reagan history- including the U.S. Air Force One airplane that served as his airborne White House during his administration and a replica of his Oval Office.

Take the family and spend an afternoon there. It makes you proud to be an American. Something moonbats wouldn’t know if it smacked ’em between the eyes.

2 Responses to “Ronald Reagan Diaries”

  1. JSF said

    It is a great museum. I’ve also visted President Nixon’s museum in Orange County, but Reagan’sis better.

  2. Mark said

    Just purchased the book this weekend. Very difficult for the Lefties to insist Reagan was “just a dumb cowboy” after this book. But when did facts ever stand in the way of the left?

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