Life lessons that shaped Ronald Reagan illustration by Linas Garsys / The Washington Times
Top video game picks for gifts include Call of Duty: Black OPS Cold War with Ronald Reagan, Assassin's Creed Valhalla with Eivor and Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate with Rambo.
Ronald Reagan illustration by Alexander Hunter / The Washington Times
Republican presidential candidate Ronald Reagan angrily gestures during a speech before the Colorado state GOP convention in Fort Collins, Colorado on July 10, 1976. Reagan, talking about the Federal deficit said: “The federal government is going deeper into debt these past few years than anytime our history”. He followed President Fords’ son Jack to the podium as both Ford and Reagan are seeking the support of the 26 uncommitted delegates to the National GOP convention. (AP Photo/BR)
Illustration on the ignorant assessment of Ronald Reagan by Alexander Hunter/The WashingtonTimes
An undated file photo of Ronald Reagan (Associated Press) **FILE**
Ronald Reagan and Dwight Eisenhower in 1966 Associated Press photo
** FILE** Actor Ronald Reagan loads his gun in the 1953 western film "Law and Order", in which Reagan plays a retired U.S. marshall who can't hang up his holster. It is reported that Reagan died on Saturday, June 5, 2004 at 93. (AP Photo)
Ronald Reagan in his official portrait in 1985. The Reagan Institute will see to the late president's "unfinished business" in the nation's capital. (Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation)
Tuesday marks what would have been Ronald Reagan's 107th birthday. His fans still celebrate the moment, while some now guard his legacy. (Associated Press)
Book jacket: "A Pope and a President: John Paul II, Ronald Reagan, and The Extraordinary Untold Story of the 20th Century"
The spectacular Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation & Institute houses the 40thh president's Air Force One and assorted official vehicles. (Image from Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation & Institute.)
Ronald Reagan on the Tonight Show in 1975 The Washington Times
Steve Chealander, a Military Aide to President Ronald Reagan, shares his remembrances of the historic "Tear down this wall" day--June 12, 1987.
Vice President Mike Pence taking the oath of office, administered by Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, using a Bible owned by Ronald Reagan and used in his inaugurations.
Ronald Reagan campaigning in 1980
Michael Reagan, son of the late President Ronald Reagan, talks with Scott Lamb about his new book, "Lessons My Father Taught Me."
U.S. President Ronald Reagan with wife first lady Nancy Reagan, address crowd at the Republican National Convention in Dallas, Texas, on Aug. 24, 1984. Reagan was seeking his second term as U.S. President. (AP Photo)
An undiscovered 1946 letter handwritten by future president Ronald Reagan has been valued at $17,500 (Raab Collection)