Watch our documentary about the Budweiser Super Bowl XLVIII "A Hero's Welcome" commercial. #Salute On January 8, 2014, Budweiser and the town of Winter Park ... This 5 minute video will bring tears to your eyes.
"All solders should have A Hero's Welcome!
Christmas Address of President Ronald Reagan
BREAKING NEWS! Founding President, Jim Bomford of the "Ronald Reagan Republican Assemblies of Florida" finds out through his resources, "Hillary Clinton to accept Vice President Nomination during the Republican National Convention."
It is always good to be reminded that, even though America seems to be on the ropes due to the anti-American propaganda that people in the current administration seem to be spewing these last 4 years. We are in one of the greatest countries on earth, and we need to return to respecting and living the values that made our country one of the best places to live. God, Honor, and Allegiance
Sissel, the international singing sensation from Norway, is widely regarded as one of the finest and most talented sopranos in the world. Her crystalclear voice has made Sissel a national institution in Norway. Sissel has sung all over the world, selling over six million solo albums. She contributed the haunting vocal tracks for the soundtrack to Titanic. She has been doing great duets with singers like Placido Domingo, Charles Aznavour, Bryn Terfel, Jose Carreras, Russell Watson, Neil Sedaka and Josh Groban. A very remarkable voice you will only hear once in your lifetime.
As I sit here in tears remembering the lost hearing this song sung properly it is a boon to an old mans heart. I miss you Jon I miss you Sara, I miss you Judy, I miss you Mom, I miss you Dad, I miss you Linda, I miss you Shelley, I miss you David, I miss all of my friends brothers and sisters who have gone on before. I will be coming home soon enough.
Ronald Reagan talks to America on Thanksgiving Day 1985
Ronald Reagan Christmas address (12/23/81)
Newt Gingrich is the only candidate with a national record of job creation, balanced budgets, and conservative government reform.
He is the right candidate at just the right time.
Leadership now. Newt now.
U.S. Rep. Sandy Adams, R-Orlando, has sent out video of her speech on the House floor explaining and defending her vote for the “Cut, Cap and Balance” legislation that passed the House earlier this week.
Watch it below:
Great ready for another ad by another outside group condemning Washington’s budget mess. The Concerned Women for America Legislative Action Committee has announced plans to spend $1.2 million in Florida and three other states as congressional negotiations over the debt ceiling reach a crescendo.
Here’s how the group describes the ad: The “Spenditol” ad is a parody of a typical pharmaceutical commercial. It presents “Spenditol” as a new miracle drug invented by Washington to solve all our nation’s problems…but as the ad’s disclaimers reveal…the drug has some dangerous side effects including a mountain of debt and higher prices for all Americans. While “Spenditol” makes you feel better now, it “pushes all that bad stuff ‘till later.”
911 Memorial with a time line and video footage covering the events of September 11, 2001 put to the music of Requiem for a Dream. Some of the scenes are graphic, but it ends with a sense of hope for the future.
When people ask why we fight, tell them: "We fight for the memory of those who died on September 11, we fight for our country, and we will never stop, never stop, until we can live our lives freely, without fear of attack, and when that day comes we will finally be able to mourn and tell those that died that they can rest in peace."
President Ronald Reagan’s Address to the Nation on Independence Day, July 4, 1986. Delivered at 9:50 p.m. aboard the USS John F. Kennedy in New York Harbor as part of “Liberty Weekend,” celebrating the centennial anniversary of France’s gift of the Statue of Liberty (which had recently undergone a restoration process, completed and unveiled the previous day).
A real leader speaks to the nation with pride and gratitude. How we need a real President that loves our Nation as did Ronald W. Reagan. It has been said before and will probably said many more times, Ronald Reagan is the Greatest President in this country's history. We would be lucky to have a great leader like him again. God Bless this great man and God help our Nation to healing itself from the damage the Obama Administration is inflicting upon us all.
The Republican National Committee has launched a 30-second ad in Florida and other “target” states to castigate Barack Obama’s management of the economy. The commercial, filled with negative statistics and all manner of automotive and “wrong track” images, ends with a plea — “Don’t let Obama drive us to disaster” — accompanied by images of a derailing train and — most incongruously — a classic Camaro hurtling into what looks like the ocean.
The RNC says you can look forward to seeing it for a month.
Celine Dion - God Bless America - Remember 9/11
Celine Dion sings Amazing Grace in tribute to 9/11
Never forget. Thank you Budweiser!
The Greatest President Ever. He did so much good despite having a hostile Congress & a leftist media constantly opposing him. Imagine how much more he could have done if he had had talk radio,
The Greatest President Ever. He did so much good despite having a hostile Congress & a leftist media constantly opposing him. Imagine how much more he could have done if he had had talk radio, Fox News, & conservative blogs on his side!
He had a way of just being one of us. He was never too good for anyone. He was just as content talking with the chauffeur, as he was with some foreign dignitary. He seemed to always bring out the best in everyone, from the poor to the Soviets.
This is an excerpt of the 30 minute speech supporting the Republican presidential nominee Barry Goldwater. Reagan speaks of big government, high taxation, and the "war on poverty." He addresses foreign policy issues including the risk of appeasement, "peace through strength," and the Vietnam War. The speech establishes Reagan as an important figure in the conservative wing of the Republican party.
To a significant degree, Ronald Reagan's election to the presidency stems from this speech, given on national television on behalf of, and sponsored by, Barry Goldwater's 1964 presidential campaign. The speech remains amazingly fresh as a statement of modern American conservative philosophy four decades after it was delivered.