Senator Connie Mack, an Address to the Nation on Education, a Farewell Address from President Reagan, and a Special Offer From the Reagan Library

 

 

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President Addressing Joint Session of Congress on program for economic recovery House Chamber United States Capitol.

Who among us could imagine the sights and sounds of the U.S. Capitol last week? This is not the United States that we all thought we lived in and certainly cannot be moving forward. As we watched the violent and destructive protests at the U.S. Capitol last week, as well as in several American cities this past year, we were reminded of President Reagan’s words from 1982 when he said, “without law and order, our society would soon crumble, dashing the dreams of our forebears and mocking the heroes and heroines whose sacrifices have made this great land a beacon of hope and a symbol of freedom for the world.” We look forward to the days when our nation can resume a peaceful democracy, one that causes no harm to people or property.

A VIRTUAL CONVERSATION
WITH SENATOR CONNIE MACK

TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 2021
4:00 P.M. PST – 7:00 P.M. EST

A Conversation with Senator Connie Mack

Please join us for a virtual conversation with Senator Connie Mack on his brand new book, Citizen Mack: Politics, an Honorable Calling (Publish Date: September 8, 2020) . This event will be streamed on our YouTube channel, and pre-signed copies of his book can be purchased on our website.

Citizen Mack: Politics, An Honorable Calling is former Republican US Senator Connie Mack III’s memoir, detailing his life in the world of Washington DC politics and where that lead him afterwards. From his beginning as a member of the House of Representatives from Florida throughout the 80s, to his escalation to a Senator for the duration of the 90s, Connie Mack offers an inside look into the political culture and climate of the nation as it closed out the twentieth century and progressed into the twenty first.


AN INFORMED AND ENGAGED ELECTORATE

President Reagan during his Saturday Radio Address in the Oval Office

On September 10, 1988, in the waning days of his presidency, President Reagan gave a radio address to the nation on the importance of education. He said, “Since the founding of this Nation, education and democracy have gone hand in hand.” He speaks of the great tradition of Western Civilization and says, “That tradition does not say “some men” have these rights; it says “all men,” everywhere on this Earth. Whether of Asian, Hispanic, or African descent, no matter what color, every American is the inheritor of our great cultural tradition.” Given recent events, his thoughts on education resonate as powerfully as ever.

REAGAN ARCHIVES

President Reagan making his farewell address to the Nation.

PRESIDENT REAGAN’S FAREWELL ADDRESS TO THE NATION — 1/11/89
Today marks the 32nd anniversary of Ronald Reagan’s farewell address to the Nation after serving 8 years as the President of the United States of America.

NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTIONS…

President Reagan making a toast and speaking at the podium at a White House dinner.

…we all have them, but they can be hard to keep! One way to make it easier to resolve to support the legacy and principles of President Reagan is to sign up for a monthly donation! Your monthly gift is charged automatically (no need to remember), and makes the resolution an easy one to cross off your list!

THE REAGAN LIBRARY MUSEUM STORE

Ronald Reagan "Freedom Blanket" on the desk of the Reagan library Discovery Center's Oval Office.

REAGAN LIBRARY “FREEDOM” BLANKET
The Reagan Freedom Blanket is a limited edition, one-of-a-kind blanket, perfect for the home or office. The Reagan Freedom Blanket is of exceptional quality and weight and is the only blanket authorized by the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute, the sole organization founded by President Reagan to carry on his life’s work. Each blanket comes with a Certificate of Authenticity, hand numbered and signed by the Reagan Foundation’s Executive Director. Proudly made in the U.S.A. Enter code “freedom1” at checkout for discount.

Reglarly $199.95  SALE $149.99


MONDAY MINUTE IN THE ARCHIVES

Monday Minute (Season 6) Ep 26- Reagan Medallions

REAGAN MEDALLIONS
We look at Reagan Medallions created by the Regency Mint in honor of President Reagan’s 8 years in office in this week’s Monday Minute in the Archives.

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