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The Ronald Reagan Legacy Project looks to point you to resources that will be helpful in remembering and learning about Ronald Reagan; including: speeches, articles, and other organizations.

You have the opportunity to take a leadership role in naming a building, road, or park after Ronald Reagan?  You can also urge your Governor to recognize February 6th as “Ronald Reagan Day” in your state.

February 6, 2010: Ronald Reagan Day

Today, the Ronald Reagan Legacy Project celebrates the 99th anniversary of the birth of Ronald Reagan, our 40th President.

Every year we ask governors from all over the country to make proclamations setting aside February 6th as "Ronald Reagan Day."  In 2010, twenty-seven governors made this proclamation honoring the Gipper.  To see if your Governor made such a proclamation, click here

Each proclamation and every Reagan dedication serve as a "teaching moment"  to those who did not live to appreciate our 40th President.  Every road, building, or mountain named after Ronald Reagan serve as a reminder of his life and an opportunity to discuss the success of his presidency. 

The Ronald Reagan Legacy Project is dedicated to preserving the legacy of one of America's greatest presidents throughout the nation and abroad.  The proclamations from governors all over the country transcend partisan politics to honor a great president. 

Take a moment of your day to remember the life of our 40th President.  Have a nice Ronald Reagan Day. 

To see Grover Norquist's Ronald Reagan Day Op-Ed in the Washington Examiner, click here.

For more on the Ronald Reagan Legacy Project, click here.

iReagan App for iPhone

 Do you own an iPhone?  If so you might want to check out the new "iReagan" app.  Just introduced this week, iReagan is making available quotes, pictures, and speeches of the Gipper.  This app will even give you directions to the Reagan Library near Simi Valley.   

A couple of quotes from our 40th President of the United States found on the app are:

"There is not limit to what a man can do or where he can go if he doesn't mind who gets the credit."

"Government is not a solution to our problem, government is the problem."

-Ronald Reagan

To read more on this app, click here.  Search for "iReagan" on your iPhone. 

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Berlin Wall Falls: 20th Anniversary

On this day in 1989 the Berlin Wall came down, signifying the reunification of Germany and striking a blow to communism in Europe. This event and the subsequent dissolving of the USSR in 1991 was the culmination of leadership of President Ronald Reagan with the support of British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, German Chancellor Helmut Kohl, and Pope John Paul II.
President Reagan came to office with the belief that the United States and other free nations should use all aspects of political, military, economic, diplomatic and cultural power to defeat Communism. Once in office he put those ideas into practice by encouraging and influencing other free nations to join in his endeavor. Most notably was his speech in Berlin where he declared to General Secretary Gorbachev that if he wanted peace and prosperity for the Soviet Union he must, Tear Down this Wall.”
Click here to view ATR's press release.
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