On Reagan’s 100th Birthday: At Point du Hoc

No moment in Reagan’s memorable presidency stands out more as representative of his greatness as a communicator and an executive than his speech at the D-Day Anniversary at Point Du Hoc on the beaches of Normandy, France. While I would in time have my disagreements with Reagan over some of his policies and his spending habit, that day I became enamored with a man and a president that I still consider one of my heroes. He was a man of faith and decency who rose to the moment of history in which he found himself, and he proved himself a good steward of the office he held and the country he so loved. Happy birthday to the Gipper!

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