CPAC Ronald Reagan Centennial Dinner Remarks
Mitchell Daniels

Mitchell Elias Daniels, Jr. urges the people to look for the best ways to solve the country's crisis for it is only through faith and cooperaton will America rise above the challenges as the republic Ronald Reagan built the country to be.

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Mitchell Daniels: CPAC Ronald Reagan Centennial Dinner Remarks

February 11, 2011 (about 9 years ago)

Mitchell Elias Daniels, Jr. urges the people to look for the best ways to solve the country's crisis for it is only through faith and cooperaton will America rise above the challenges as the republic Ronald Reagan built the country to be.

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Mitchell Daniels: Hudson Institute Herman Kahn Award Dinner

October 14, 2010 (over 9 years ago)

Mitchell Daniels gives an insightful speech about the ideals of Herman Kahn during the Herman Kahn Award Dinner. He speaks of how Kahn viewed challenges and problems that made him a good and realistic problem solver.

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Harry Truman: Address before the NAACP

June 29, 1947 (almost 73 years ago)

President Truman, being the first to address the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, states that no Amercican should experience inequality or discrimination in accordance to the wholistic definition of being a demoratic country.

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John F. Kennedy: Address to the Greater Houston Ministerial Association

September 12, 1960 (over 59 years ago)

In John F. Kennedy's Address to the Greater Houston Ministerial Association, he asserts that religion should not be a discriminatory factor in determining America's leadership. He then emphasizes the importance of the separation between church and state. His candidacy necessitated this speech to ...

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John F. Kennedy: Special Message to Congress on Taxation

April 20, 1961 (almost 59 years ago)

In John F. Kennedy's Special Message to the Congress on Taxation, he emphasizes how essential it is for America to maintain a strong tax system. He proposes changes and improvements on tax issues such as long-range tax reforms, tax incentives, foreign income, structural defects, tax administratio...

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Harry Truman: Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner

March 29, 1952 (about 68 years ago)

During the Jefferson-Jackson Dinner, President Truman delivers a one-sided speech focusing on the downside of the Republican Congress. In conclusion, he declines the nimination for president in the 1952 elections.

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Lyndon B. Johnson: Speech to the Associated Press Luncheon

April 20, 1964 (almost 56 years ago)

President Lyndon Johnson gives an address on foreign affairs to the heads of the nation's press organizations in a speech at times both humorous and serious.

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John F. Kennedy: President and the Press' Speech

April 27, 1961 (almost 59 years ago)

In John F. Kennedy's "President and the Press" Speech, he tells about the nation's current situation - a time of both peace and peril in the face of a cold war. He talks to the media about a shared responsibility in this danger. He asks the press for their partnership in balancing the publishing ...

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Bill Clinton: Address to the Employees of the Mackie Metal Plant

November 30, 1995 (over 24 years ago)

During President Clinton's visit to Northern Ireland, he applauds the employees of Mackie Metal plant for becoming a peaceful community despite the diverse beliefs and ways of thinking, and for being the symbol of Northern Ireland's rebirth.

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Bill Clinton: Remarks to the Convocation of the Church of God in Christ in Memphis

November 13, 1993 (over 26 years ago)

President Bill Clinton speaks at the church where Martin Luther King Jr. last delivered a sermon about freedom. Clinton uses the opportunity to address issues of crime, violence and family as he launches his plans to make America safer for future generations.

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