Words to Live By Podcast
Words to Live By Podcast
In 1961, Ronald Reagan spoke out about socialized medicine in an 11-minute recording. Much of this recording is still relevant today. In fact, in the hundreds upon hundreds of Ronald Reagan speeches we have on our YouTube channel, this speech is in the top 15 of most downloaded. Let’s listen.
Words to Live By "Crisis Management"
In this podcast, we’ll look at two different types of challenges – first, the PATCO Air Traffic Controllers strike in 1981 and the President’s decisive plan of action. In the second half of the podcast, we’ll listen to a very thoughtful speech he believed was essential to be delivered to the American people after the tragic explosion of the Space Shuttle Challenger. Let's listen.
Words to Live By "Canada"
In 1985, 35 years ago, Prime Minister Mulroney and President Reagan held what was known as the Shamrock summit, as their meetings in Canada centered around one of President Reagan’s favorite days, St. Patrick’s Day.
The MX Missile
Ronald Reagan was convinced that US defenses had been allowed to deteriorate during the 1970s and that this condition had left the United States vulnerable. President Reagan sought a substantial increase in US defense spending, hoping to restore some programs canceled by Carter, such as the neutron bomb (the enhanced radiation weapon), and the B-1 bomber. So we’ll start this podcast with his speech from March 6th. Let's listen.
It’s no secret that CPAC loves Ronald Reagan and he even spoke at the first-ever CPAC in 1974. Ronald Reagan’s speeches at CPAC are part of the history of the modern conservative movement. He reminded us of the ideals and values that have guided our republic through more than two centuries of progress and trial in our quest to preserve freedom and assure justice. His words have challenged us in the past and inspired us for the future.Let's listen.
35 years ago, in 1985, President Reagan was frustrated with Congress’ reluctance to support freedom fighters who opposed totalitarian communistic rule in Central America. He believed their reluctance was a result of isolationist policies as a result of the war in Vietnam. Frustrated by Congressional inaction, he took his case to the American people in 1985, delivering this radio address to them.Let's Listen.
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Thank you for the archive
I love Reagan and his speeches. I know this is something you would do seeing as this is the Reagan institute, but I digress. One complaint I do have is the regular pauses during the speeches and the context given at the beginning of each speech. I understand why, but I would like to just listen to the Reagan.
One of my favorite podcast!!