Michael Reagan, the eldest son of Ronald Reagan, is heard daily by over 5 million listeners via his nationally syndicated talk radio program, “The Michael Reagan Show.” The show airs on over 200 stations in the U.S. and for the world at www.radioamerica.com. His show has turned conventional radio wisdom upside-down, earning stellar ratings by concentrating on substantive national issues, albeit with a healthy dose of Mike's biting humor, wit and warmth. Listeners count on Michael Reagan to pierce the public relations veil that shrouds government and distorts the dominant media's coverage of social and cultural issues.
Michael Reagan’s radio career began with an appearance as a guest host on Michael Jackson’s program from KABC in Los Angeles. Michael Reagan was then host of a top-rated local radio program on San Diego’s KSDO before launching his national program in 1992. Prior to launching the national program, Michael Reagan set world records in power-boat racing. His racing raised more than $1.5 million for charities like the United States Olympic Team, Cystic Fibrosis and Juvenile Diabetes Foundations and the Statue of Liberty Restoration Fund. His efforts were recognized when he became a recipient of the “Victor Award” for outstanding sports and humanitarian achievement.
Michael Reagan also serves on the board for The John Douglas French Alzheimer's Foundation and has authored many successful books including his best-selling autobiography, "On the Outside Looking In," and "The Common Sense of An Uncommon Man: The Wit, Wisdom and Eternal Optimism of Ronald Reagan." His latest book "Twice Adopted" is based on his personal story. Michael Reagan and his wife, Colleen, have two children and reside in Sherman Oaks, California.
I don't know how the primaries will turn out in New Hampshire next week. But I was glad to see Republican voters in Iowa prick some of the air out of the Trump balloon Monday night and lift Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio to the top of the GOP heap.
Watching all the negativity flying around the stage at the Democratic Town Hall Forum the other night, something struck me.
The Hollywood liberals who give Academy Awards to their friends got called out for their lack of diversity this week.
If you missed the presidents final State of the Union message Tuesday night, dont worry. It might have been billed as historic, but you didnt miss much.
When I was a kid my father gave me three rifles and a shotgun. First he gave me a single-shot .22 rifle. I was about eight.
Maybe it was because it was held in Las Vegas, where so many great prizefights have been held. But Tuesday night's Republican presidential debate was easily the best yet.
You cant be a Trump Republican and a Ronald Reagan Republican. Thats the tweet I sent to Jeb Bush the other day, when virtually the entire planet was united in bashing Donald Trumps call for a temporary ban on Muslim immigration to the USA.
President Obama is over there in Paris where the blood of 130 innocents slaughtered by Islamic extremists last month is barely dry.
With all this trouble, tragedy and unhappiness around the world and at home, it's easy to forget the good things we have. Sometimes it takes an immigrant to remind us how lucky we Americans are.
President Obama's reaction to the horrible terrorist attacks in Paris has been strange - and disturbing.
A funny thing happened at the Republican primary debate in Milwaukee Tuesday night. A debate broke out.
It seems Jobs "Rn't" Theirs at Toys "R" Us.
"...the biggest losers at CNBC's Republican debate Wednesday night - in an embarrassing landslide - were not running for president. They were CNBC and its three argumentative, biased and incompetent "first-string" moderators."
No matter why Biden really decided to let Hillary Clinton have the Democrats' presidential nomination without a fight, it's great news for the GOP.
In the wake of the recent homicidal shooting rampage at an Oregon community college, I'm forced to come to the conclusion that it is high time for common sense national background checks for journalists.
Some Republicans in Congress will never learn. This time the GOP's hard-right conservative minority had dreams of shutting Washington down over Planned Parenthood's illegal profiteering in fetal tissue from its abortion business.
I've been a Roman Catholic since 1954. I have great respect for Pope Francis. When it comes to matters of faith and morals, what he says, goes.
More than 20 million people around the world tuned in, apparently making the three-hour debate CNN's highest rated show ever.
Watching Republicans on TV is getting more painful by the week.
When I first read that the San Francisco Board of Education voted unanimously to give 107 students high school diplomas, even though the students has not met the requirements for graduation, I naturally assumed it was a case of educrats bending the rules to boost graduation statistics.