We missed it yesterday, but it was Ronald Reagan Day in Kansas.
The Kansas Senate took up a resolution naming February 6th Ronald Reagan Day. The 40th President was born on that day, 96 years ago, in Tampico, Illinois.
"Ronald Reagan is an icon of optimism, faith and hope in the American people," said the resolution's sponsor, Sen. Tim Huelskamp, a Fowler Republican. He cited Reagan's role in ending the Cold War, the dismantling of communism in the former U.S.S.R., economic growth and the "restoration of pride in America, her values and those cherished by the entire free world."
Posted by David Klepper