Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Global Strong Cities Cold War: Series 8 “Bicentennial Years”, Bite 5,The reagan Years 1981-89



Global Strong Cities Cold War, 
Series #8 
“Bicentennial Years”

Highlights submitted by Pearl L. Sturgis 1976 :
“Bicentennial Years” 
American Public School Textbooks :

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Daily Bites of Global Strong Citizens Cold War: Series 8“ 
“Bicentennial Years” 
American Public School Textbooks :

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To be plainly instructed and consider well that the main end of your life is to know God and Jesus Christ when it was founded with the seal that has inscription that reads CHRISTO ET ECCLESIA. Series 8 Bicentennial Years: 

Global Strong Cities Cold War: Series 8 
“Bicentennial Years” 
Bite 5,The reagan Years 1981-89 :
Paul West:


Mr. Reagan’s years in office marked a turning point for America at home and abroad. His popularity was reflected in a landslide 1984 re-election that won him a record number of electoral votes and more popular votes than any other republican in history. Mr. Reagan was centrally responsible for a fundamental redirection of the national domestic priorities, concluded Fred I. Greenstein of Princeton University. 

He was widely credited for restoring public confidence in the presidency after a long period of drift that included the Vietnam War, the Watergate Scandal, and the Iran Hostage Crisis. And yet, those who worked with him and aided his rise to power were struck by how little affected he seemed by the experience. During the years of the Reagan Presidency America laid to rest an era of division and self doubt. A largely self made man, Mr. Reagan was often underestimated. 

He had no stronger supporters than the members of the armed forces and he merited their support. The Vietnam War and its aftermath had made many soldiers, sailors, airmen, and marines feel like second class citizens. Almost single handedly, Reagan turned that around! He called the Vietnam War a noble cause, spoke often and loudly about his regard for the military, told service members to wear their uniforms proudly, and that he counted on them. 

In the process he restored their pride and made them again feel like valued members of society. He had a deserved reputation for decisiveness but when a suicide bomber drove a truck into the marine barracks in Beirut, in October 1983, killing 24 servicemen, the highest one day casualty count since Iwo Jima....his response was----an air strike! In his speech at the National association of evangelicals in 1983 he stated: “I can not today call the Soviet Union an evil empire but a nuclear weapon freeze today would be a very dangerous fraud for that is merely an illusion of peace. 
The reality is that we must find peace through strength.” 


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(To be continued )
Global Strong Cities Cold War series 8
“Bicentennial Years” 
American Public School Textbooks :

Daily Bites of Global Strong Cities Cold War: Series 8: “Bicentennial Years”American Public School Textbooks Highlights submitted by Pearl L. Sturgis:







Bite#7, Nuclear Shields: 

Bite#8, The Passing of a Giant: 

Bite#9, New York Ground Zero:

Bite#10, Defense of Marriage Act:

Bite#11, Tyrannical Judges:

Bite#12, The Secret Police (IRS):

Bite#13, Only the Internal Revenue Service:

Bite#14, The Unconstitutional 16th Amendment of 1916:

Bite#15, Current Tax Payment Act from 1943” :

Bite#16, Forming a Police state:

Bite#17, Testimony of Steven and Mona Oliver:

Bite#18, Testimony of Dwight and Hallie Snyder:

Bite#19, Testimony of Donald McGrath:

Bite#20, Consider the Bank! :

Bite#21, The Nature of the beast:

Bite#22, Absolute Power Corrupts Absolutely! :

Bite#23, Destroying America’s Private Schools: 

Bite#24, The Medieval Tactics of the IRS:

Bite#25, Returning from the brink of Totalitarianism:

Bite#26, A Time for Action:

Bite#27, Court Decisions of Religious Toleration:

Bite#28, How can you help to save America?:

Bite#29, Beyond Politics :

Bite#30, United We Stand:


To be Continued in the Next Daily Bites of  Global Strong Cities Cold War,series #8  
 Bicentennial Years:

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