Ronald Reagan's childhood home has been deemed "not historically significant" by administrators of the city of Chicago.
Consequently, the University of Chicago took a liberal joy-ride on a wrecking ball. They razed it to the ground.
There's some irony to the geography here. The old Reagan place just happens to be in the very same Hyde Park neighborhood where the Obama family home is located.
I wonder: What are the odds the city of Chicago would have suddenly discovered historical significance to the building if a young Barry Soetoro had once called the place home?