This episode of Reaganism is a recording of Congresswoman Liz Cheney speaking at the Reagan Institute on February 23, 2021. The event was titled US foreign Policy in 2021 and Beyond. The event features a short speech followed by a moderated conversation with Reaganism host Roger Zakheim.

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  1. Taras Coolidge
    Taras
    @Taras

    I misunderstood the topic.

    I thought it was whether Republicans carry Liz Cheney out of town on a rail, or tar and feather her as well!

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  2. Gary Robbins Reagan
    Gary Robbins
    @GaryRobbins

    Well, Liz Cheney is her father’s daughter.  Dick Cheney served for 10 years in Congress, beginning two years before Reagan was elected.  Yes, Liz and Dick Cheney are fierce Reagan supporters.  As Trump recedes, I trust that our proud history shown by Reagan and Coolidge will re-emerge.

    Her remarks are only 17 minutes long, but every sentence builds to the conclusion that she is a remarkable leader and that we are lucky to have her in Congress.

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  3. RufusRJones Member
    RufusRJones
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    Gary Robbins (View Comment):
    As Trump recedes, I trust that our proud history shown by Reagan and Coolidge will re-emerge.

    You could write a post about how that is going to happen given the current social structure, government structure, and economic structure. 

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  4. Taras Coolidge
    Taras
    @Taras

    Gary Robbins (View Comment):

    Well, Liz Cheney is her father’s daughter. Dick Cheney served for 10 years in Congress, beginning two years before Reagan was elected. Yes, Liz and Dick Cheney are fierce Reagan supporters. As Trump recedes, I trust that our proud history shown by Reagan and Coolidge will re-emerge.

    Her remarks are only 17 minutes long, but every sentence builds to the conclusion that she is a remarkable leader and that we are lucky to have her in Congress.

    She yelled “Charge!!!” — but so misjudged her own party that only nine (9) out of 210 members followed.  It would be fewer if the vote were taken today, because we know a little more about what actually happened during the Reichstag fire I mean January 6 riot.

    Perhaps she didn’t realize she was in the leadership, not because of support for her in the party, but because they needed to have a woman, any woman.

    Liberal elites have no problem with “fierce Reagan supporters“, because Reagan is no longer in the arena, and hasn’t been for more than 30 years.  Indeed, liberals have no problem praising Reagan, if touting him promotes the progressive cause.

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