Ronald Reagan loved to tell stories. When he ran for president in 1976, many of Reagan’s anecdotes converged on a single point: The welfare state is broken, and I’m the man to fix it. On the trail, the Republican candidate told a tale about a fancy public housing complex with a gym and a swimming pool. Show More Summary
In 1979, the year before Republicans nominated Ronald Reagan as their presidential candidate, the Rev. Jerry Falwell and conservative activist Paul Weyrich founded the Moral Majority.
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Of course they should be forced to pay. That they haven't is just a sign of how crazy our political system has gotten since the Reagan years. Hopefully we'll be returning to saner times soon, because things are changing so quickly. Via...Show More Summary
Several important concepts or "lessons" come twisting through this new encyclopedically informative tome from Blood Moon Productions about the strange, twisted, alleged "love triangle" among Ronald ("Dutch") Wilson Reagan, the future...Show More Summary
Senator Ted Cruz, in announcing his bid for president, twice invoked the image of a “city on a hill.” Why? WSJ’s Jason Bellini explains.
The Republican Party has an old and distinguished pedigree. Lots of thoughtful people, right or wrong on policies, and Presidents like Roosevelt, Eisenhower and Reagan who moved the country. That's the good news. But there's a significant...Show More Summary
Bruce Campbell has been elected president. President Ronald Reagan that is (before the president part). Campbell will take on the role for the second season of Fargo (set in 1979) which is a prequel to the events in Season 1. Said FX...Show More Summary
There’s a trope in election writing that you can summarize with a cliché: “The only poll that matters is Election Day.” The idea is that politics are contingent and that it’s foolish to assume outcomes and make predictions. Anything could happen, goes the argument, so we should be modest in our prophecies. But this isn’t true. Show More Summary
The "Evil Dead" star is the latest to join an already-impressive roster of actors for the crime drama's second season.
Rick McKee / Augusta Chronicle Making Sense by Michael Reagan When Ted Cruz officially stepped into the 2016 presidential ring this week the boo-birds attacked immediately. But it wasn’t just the liberals of the mainstream media whoShow More Summary
To those of us who don't like to see relatively recent history abused, it's a relief to see Harry Enten of FiveThirtyEight slap down efforts to claim Ted Cruz is...
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Geek lord Bruce Campbell has been cast as Republican demigod Ronald Reagan in the upcoming second season of the FX drama Fargo. /Film reports that Campbell will be joining fellow new cast members Ted Danson, Nick Offerman, and Patrick Wilson in the role of the only president that matters. Show More Summary
The Gipper is coming to Fargo. That's right, Ronald Reagan himself will be a character in the upcoming second season of the hit FX series, based on the Coen Brothers movie of the same name.
Unfortunately, it won't be in that remake of Bedtime for Bonzo that we all know would be a perfect vehicle for Campbell and Andy Serkis' Caesar to star in. The truth is stranger - the Chin will...
My Bruce Campbell for president campaign finally worked! Kind of.
'Fargo' Season 2 will be a prequel to last year's hit series 'Fargo', with 'Evil Dead' star Bruce Campbell taking on Ronald Reagan. [...]
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The fan-favorite actor has been cast as the future U.S. president in the 1970s-set second season of the FX crime series.