TOPIC: Ronald Reagan

Anniversary of Fall of Berlin Wall
11-09-2017
By: Ryan Hite, Jordan Henry, John and Andy Schlafly

**Previously Recorded by Phyllis Schlafly (11-9-12)** Today is the 23rd anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. It was on November 9, 1989 that the Soviet Union announced that people could free... Read More

"A Time of Vindication and Rejoicing"
08-17-2017
By: Jordan Henry

In April 1990, the Berlin Wall was being torn down to let East Germans travel to their family, friends, and countrymen in the West for the first time since 1961. This wall, which served as the preemin... Read More

The "Proven and Popular Formula" For Child Care
08-10-2017
By: Jordan Henry

When President Reagan was finishing his second term in office, the anti-family Left was preparing their agenda for a liberal President Michael Dukakis. While George Bush, like Ronald Reagan, advocated... Read More

"History Is On the Side of Conservatives"
08-03-2017
By: Jordan Henry

As the Reagan years came to a close with the election of 1988, Phyllis Schlafly took the time to look backwards at where the conservative movement had come from, and to look forward at where the conse... Read More

The "Constitutional Crisis" of Con Con
06-29-2017
By: Jordan Henry

Author’s Note: Scroll to the very bottom of the page to view the special color-printed 18th Anniversary Edition of the Phyllis Schlafly Report. When it comes to a function of the Constit... Read More

Choosing Between "Fear of Freedom"
06-22-2017
By: Jordan Henry

You may recall that last week’s article dealt with how President Ronald Reagan skillfully overcame media bias by making direct televised appeals to the American people. No other appeal could com... Read More

Radio Live: Inside The Beltway, GOP Baseball Shooting, Reagan the Great Communicator
06-16-2017
By: Ed Martin and Cherilyn Eagar

Hosts Ed Martin and Cherilyn Eagar talk today with DC Director Rebekah Gantner for her weekly Inside The Beltway report - covering the latest on the GOP Baseball Shooting, legislative affairs, and the... Read More

When We Had Real Leadership
06-12-2017
By: Ryan Hite, Jordan Henry, John and Andy Schlafly

From the Archives | Previously Recorded by Phyllis Schlafly President Ronald Reagan was a real leader. In his heart, he knew what was right, and he did it regardless of what his advisers were telli... Read More

Was It an April Fool Joke?
04-09-2014
By: Phyllis Schlafly

U.S. control of the Internet’s basic functions has kept the Web free for Americans and for the entire world. And it’s up to us to keep it that way. As Ronald Reagan said during the grea... Read More

Time to Follow Reagan's Example
11-28-2008
By: Phyllis Schlafly

Conservatives face a major political challenge, but they can tackle and overcome it as they have done three times before. Three prior examples demonstrate the right way and the wrong ways to put Ameri... Read More

Where Did the Reagan Votes Go in the 2008 Election?
11-21-2008
By: Phyllis Schlafly

Where did the super majority of votes gathered by Ronald Reagan in his Presidential campaigns go in 2008? Can they be reclaimed by future Republican candidates? Reagan's 1980 and 1984 victories... Read More

Setting the McCarthy Record Straight
01-30-2008
By: Phyllis Schlafly

Ronald Reagan was dismissed by the intelligentsia as just an actor who read speeches written by others until history professor Kiron Skinner discovered a box of Reagan's original radio scripts wri... Read More

Remembering Ronald Reagan
06-16-2004
By: Phyllis Schlafly

When Ronald Reagan became President in 1980, conventional wisdom assumed that the Soviet Union's position as a fearsome superpower was permanent. Henry Kissinger had the pessimistic belief that th... Read More

Y2K and the Man of the Century
01-12-2000
By: Phyllis Schlafly

Most Americans have concluded that the media hype about Y2K computer breakdown and terrorism dangers were mostly that, just hype, probably for the purpose of maintaining media ratings since the Monica... Read More

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