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Former Senator from Missouri Jim Talent joins Reaganism to discuss the US response to the COVID-19 crisis and the importance of good public policy and a vibrant innovation base in preparing for biological threats like pandemics.
Team Reagan set up at CPAC 2020 to discuss the continuing impact of President Reagan on the conservative movement and the pitfalls of socialism. The following episode is a collection of excerpts from conversations including RNC National Spokesperson Liz Harrington, Rick Harrison of “Pawnstars”, the Founder & CEO of Young Americans Against Socialism Morgan Zegers, and many more!
Dr. Colin Dueck, a professor and prolific scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, joins Reaganism to discuss his newest book Age of Iron: On Conservative Nationalism which looks at the different conservative approaches to foreign policy, the rise of nationalism, and the Trump Administration’s national security policy.
General David Petraeus, former Commander of US forces in Iraq and former Director of the CIA, and Vance Serchuk, Senior Fellow at the Center for a New American Security, join Reaganism to discuss President Reagan’s “Boys of Point du Hoc” speech and its lessons for restoring Americans’ faith in our country today.
Dr. Dan Twining, Director of the International Republican Institute, discusses the important link between the success of freedom abroad and America’s security.Read Dr. Twining’s essay on Pres. Reagan’s Westminster speech at: https://www.reaganfoundation.org/reagan-institute/scholarship/essay-series-on-presidential-principles-and-beliefs/the-westminster-speech-june-8-1982/
Rep. Mike Gallagher of Wisconsin joins Reaganism to discuss what the Congressman describes as Reagan’s “most potent expression of ideological warfare,” the Moscow State University speech (May 31, 1988). Conversation topics include the ideological component of US-Chinese competition, the need to improve civics education, and the importance of explaining foreign policy challenges to the American people.