Ronald Reagan

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Summary: NEWPORT BEACH, California: Vandals likely using a chain have pulled a life-size statue of former President Ronald Reagan off its foundation at a Southern California park.
Summary: A statue of former American President Ronald Reagan has been unveiled at the US Embassy in London to mark 100 years since his birth.
In the 1980s, President Ronald Reagan funded an opposition group known as the Contras, who tried to overthrow Ortega's left-wing government.
The FAA has hired back hundreds of air traffic controllers who were fired by President Ronald Reagan more than 25 years ago.
1 -- 2 -- color) Reagan Library Curator Thomas Thomas, above, takes a close look at a painting displayed behind several busts of former President Ronald Reagan during the preview to the Gifts to the President exhibit.
But signing statements became more common when Attorney General Edwin Meese suggested the practice to President Ronald Reagan as a way to increase executive power.
During the 1980s, President Ronald Reagan campaigned against "big government" and tried to axe funding and authority for meddling agencies like the FDA, the Environmental Protection Agency, and the Federal Trade Commission.
On January 28, 1981, when freshly sworn-in President Ronald Reagan abruptly lifted federal price controls on gasoline, the No.
FANS of former US President Ronald Reagan have gone on a bar haul - to bring his favourite Irish bar to the States.
Nominated by President Ronald Reagan, a Republican, in 1981, O'Connor was the first woman ever to serve on the Court.
1987: President Ronald Reagan appoints Frank Lilly, a geneticist and former board member of Gay Men's Health Crisis, to the President's Commission on the HIV Epidemic.
What: Former first lady Nancy Reagan joins Postmaster General John Potter in unveiling the image of the President Ronald Reagan commemorative postage stamp that will be issued next year.