Maureen Reagan
American actor
Maureen Reagan
Maureen Elizabeth Reagan was the first child and elder daughter of former President Ronald Reagan and his first wife, Jane Wyman. Her brother Michael Reagan was born 1945 and adopted by the Reagans shortly thereafter. Their sister Christine was born in 1947 and died a day later. She also had two siblings from her father's second marriage to Nancy Davis: Patti Davis and Ron Reagan.
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Maureen Reagan's personal information overview.
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Reagan, Sochi, and What America Is All About
Huffington Post - about 3 years
The nice coincidence of Ronald Reagan's birthday and the opening of the Olympics reminds me of a wonderful story daughter Maureen Reagan told me in Reykjavik, Iceland. We were there in October 1996, on the tenth anniversary of the summit, which is the focus of my upcoming book Reagan at Reykjavik. Sitting in the Hofdi House -- the reputedly haunted house, which hosted the Reagan-Gorbachev sessions -- I asked Maureen over a commemorative dinner whether she had any stories of her father, private stories, ones that hadn't already been told and retold. At first, she couldn't think of any. So we listened instead to the Icelandic officials droning on. After they finished, after dessert and while second cups of coffee were being poured, she perked up and said she had remembered one. It happened in the summer of 1984, when she was still living in the White House. Nancy was upstairs reading when Maureen heard her father call out that he was back, back from his LA trip. After she ...
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Smearing Reagan Never Goes Out of Style
Commentary - over 4 years
There is a longstanding tradition on the political left to attack contemporary conservatives by comparing them to the right’s leaders in the past. That means that Republicans who were reviled by liberals during their lifetimes are sometimes treated kindly in retrospect because it serves the political purpose of diminishing the reputations of their successors. But in some precincts of the left, bashing Ronald Reagan never goes out of style. That’s the motivation for a thin hit piece published in the New York Times Sunday Review under the sensational headline, “Reagan’s Personal Spying Machine.” The conceit of this article is that Ronald Regan “spied” for the FBI against fellow actors in Hollywood and then used the FBI for personal spying on his family. The author’s intent is to shock a public that thinks well of the 40th president as well as to brand Reagan as a hypocrite since he was a proponent of limited government. But the problem here is that there is nothing especially shocking ...
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Malia malarkey
Reuters Canada - almost 5 years
Almost every professional American journalist accepts the convention that the private lives of the president’s pre-adult children — their participation in school and extracurricular events; their private trips; their personal lives — shall not be covered except, as was the case with the Bush twins, when they’re charged with breaking the law. The cone of silence that usually shields the president’s children temporarily lifted early this week as a variety of outlets, including Huffington Post and Yahoo News, and the websites of the London Telegraph and the Australian, ran stories about Malia Obama’s vacation in school trip to Oaxaca, Mexico, with classmates and 25 Secret Service agents. The White House contacted the outlets and asked that the Web pages be tossed into the memory hole. Most complied, but not before the Blaze captured screenshots of them. The administration even persuaded Politico to redact its original report about the excised pages because it contained informat ...
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Retired Fourth District Presiding Justice David G. Sills Dead at 73 - Metropolitan News-Enterprise
Google News - over 5 years
His then-father-in-law, Ronald Reagan, was elected governor the following year, and appointed him to the state Republican Central Committee in 1967, the same year he and Maureen Reagan divorced. Sills was elected to the Irvine City Council in 1976,
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David Sills, head of appellate court, dies at 73 - OCRegister
Google News - over 5 years
He was married to Maureen Reagan, Ronald Reagan's daughter, for three years in the 1960s and once ran for the state assembly in 1982. Sills hung up his law shingle in 1965, and practiced law for 20 years before he was appointed to the Orange County
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A kinder, gentler, wasteland - Irish Echo
Google News - over 5 years
No, my job as a “guest liberal” was to attack Maureen Reagan by ripping into the reputation of her Alzheimer's suffering father. Controversy and boorishness, as ever, is more important than fact on the boob tube. Could TV have fulfilled its indubitable
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Today In History - Sports Radio ESPN 1420
Google News - over 5 years
In 2001, political activist Maureen Reagan died at the age of 60. Reagan was the daughter of former President Ronald Reagan and actress Jane Wyman. In 2001, the divorce between Hollywood actors Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman was finalized
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Former CBS News Morning Show Anchor Harry Smith Taking His Low Rated Talents ... - NewsBusters (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
-Smith to Maureen Reagan on the January 12, 1989 CBS This Morning, the morning after President Reagan's farewell address. "As the nation prepares for President-elect Barack Obama to move into the White House, many Americans can't help but draw
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Around Town: Jim Everest is honored - Journal Record (subscription)
Google News - almost 6 years
The highlight was the presentation of the 2011 Maureen Reagan Award to Jim Everest, managing partner of Everest Brothers and president of the Jean I. Everest Foundation. For the past 20 years, he has played an integral role in moving the cause of the
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Actor-director to emcee Alzheimer Association gala - NewsOK.com
Google News - almost 6 years
At the gala, Jim Everest, managing partner of Everest Brothers and local philanthropist, will be honored with the Alzheimer's Association 2011 Maureen Reagan Award. The dinner at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum includes the award
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Patrick J. Goergen, 24 - Austin Herald
Google News - almost 6 years
He was the beloved son of Marv and Maureen (Reagan) Goergen, Maple Grove, grandson of Jerome and Mary Ann Goergen, Austin. and godparents Trish and Les Cheney of Tucson, Ariz. He was the brother of Amy, Sarah and Christopher Goergen, all,
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Presiding Justice David G. Sills to Retire Next Month - Metropolitan News-Enterprise
Google News - almost 6 years
His then-father-in-law, Ronald Reagan, was elected governor the following year, and appointed him to the state Republican Central Committee in 1967, the same year he and Maureen Reagan divorced. He was elected to the Irvine City Council in 1976,
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The Devil Sells Prada
NYTimes - over 9 years
THE PRINCE OF DARKNESS 50 Years Reporting in Washington. By Robert D. Novak. Illustrated. 662 pp. Crown Forum. $29.95. In this sprawling memoir, the journalist Robert D. Novak feeds his keyboard more than five decades of newspaper clips, expense account filings and graying memory to chronicle his career as political reporter, syndicated columnist,
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The Detailed Life of DiMaggio, Minus Some of the Juicy Details
NYTimes - over 9 years
Joe DiMaggio kept a diary. Think of that for a moment. The private DiMaggio -- who spurned millions of dollars to write a tell-all autobiography but not the riches derived from signing bats or balls -- dedicated parts of many days from 1982 to 1993 to recording his activities in a flowing script. You can almost imagine him at day's end, maybe with
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THE 40TH PRESIDENT: THE LIFE; A Champion of Small Government Who Helped Reset the World Stage
NYTimes - over 12 years
To a nation hungry for a hero, a nation battered by Vietnam, damaged by Watergate and humiliated by the taking of hostages in Iran, Ronald Reagan held out the promise of a return to greatness, the promise that America would ''stand tall'' again. When he first entered the White House in 1981, Mr. Reagan was a vigorous 69-year-old Republican who
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RONALD REAGAN DIES AT 93; FOSTERED COLD-WAR MIGHT AND CURBS ON GOVERNMENT
NYTimes - over 12 years
Ronald Wilson Reagan, a former film star who became America's 40th president, the oldest to enter the White House but imbued with a youthful optimism rooted in the traditional virtues of a bygone era, died yesterday at his home in Los Angeles. He was 93. To a nation hungry for a hero, a nation battered by Vietnam, damaged by Watergate and
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Maureen Reagan, 60, Activist and President's Daughter
NYTimes - over 15 years
Maureen Reagan, the outspoken daughter of former President Ronald Reagan who was often at odds with her father's policies, died yesterday at her home in Sacramento. She was 60, and had suffered a recurrence of melanoma, a skin cancer with which she was first diagnosed in 1996 and that, after some years in remission, recurred last fall. Ms. Reagan
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Maureen Reagan
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2001
    Age 60
    Reagan volunteered with actor David Hyde Pierce, of TV's Frasier, at the Alzheimer's Association. At her funeral on August 19, 2001, Pierce spoke to the gathering at Cathedral of Blessed Sacrament in Sacramento, California, and recalled his friend's tireless devotion to fighting the mind-robbing illness. "When she was given lemons, she did not make lemonade.
    More Details Hide Details She took the lemons, threw them back and said, 'Oh, no you don't.'"
  • FIFTIES
  • 1994
    Age 53
    After her father announced his diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease in 1994, Maureen Reagan became a member of the Alzheimer's Association board of directors and served as the group's spokeswoman.
    More Details Hide Details During her hospitalization for melanoma cancer, Maureen was only floors away from her father, who had suffered a severe fall. She was married three times:
  • FORTIES
  • 1982
    Age 41
    Reagan was the first daughter of a president to run for political office, but both of her attempts at election ended in defeat. She ran unsuccessfully for the United States Senate from California in 1982 – Pete Wilson was the eventual winner – and in 1992 for California's 36th congressional district.
    More Details Hide Details Although they maintained a united front, Maureen Reagan differed from her father on several key issues. Although reared Roman Catholic following her mother's conversion, she was pro-choice on abortion. She also held the belief that Oliver North should have been court-martialed.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1967
    Age 26
    Reagan spoke on behalf of Republican candidates throughout the country, including twenty appearances alone in 1967 for an unsuccessful Mississippi gubernatorial nominee, Rubel Phillips, a former segregationist who ran that year on a platform of racial moderation.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1941
    Age 0
    Born on January 4, 1941.
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