With regards to musical taste, Reagan himself was a proponent of standards from Hollywood musicals and the Great American Songbook , running three campaigns to the tune of " California Here I Come ." As a social conservative he and his administration were sometimes at odds with the lifestyles and politics of popular musicians, and Reagan's time as president was marked by various miscommunications involving The Beach Boys , Bruce Springsteen and others. Reagan's longevity as a public figure, and the legacy of music written about him, has driven musicians to continue making comment on Reagan well after his political career.

Ochs' interchanges actors and politicians [5] and pokes fun at Reagan for following in George Murphy's footsteps: [6] Murphy, like Reagan, had been a film actor and became president of the Screen Actors Guild (SAG), then went on to be a Republican U.S. Senator for the state of California. [7] Reagan had succeeded Murphy as SAG president where he worked as an informant for the FBI during the Hollywood blacklist period. Two decades later, Reagan also ran for office and became California's governor. [8]

Tom Lehrer made a similar comparison in his song "George Murphy," which opens, "Hollywood's often tried to mix show-business with politics, from Helen Gahagan to Ronald Reagan". [9] Helen Gahagan was also an entertainer turned politician, progressing from Broadway to U.S. Congress until Richard Nixon unseated her after claims that Gahagan was “ pink down to her underwear”. [10] In Lehrer's song on his 1965 live album , he punctuates Reagan's name with a question mark, evoking a laugh from an audience who did not yet know that Reagan would sweep the gubernatorial election the following year. [11]

It’s been a whole year, well more than a year now – Raegan just turned 16 months old. I can’t believe it has gone by so fast! Her first words are forming and she is so close to walking now.  A little over a year ago we were in a bit of strife.  Raegan was diagnosed with left atrial isomerism which is a condition where the organs are not in their correct positions and the heart has some deformities, her heart was looked at from before birth by a Paediatric Cardiologist and we were told that her heart is mid-lined in the body, and that there was issues with IVC, the vein from the heart that drains to the lower half of the body, being blocked.

Long before she was born, at my 20-week scan our doctor used the ultrasound along with an amnio to determine what issues that Raegan may be facing.  We were lucky that things weren’t as bad as initially – we did have a bit of worry in the beginning.

Today we had our one year check up with the Paediatric Cardiologist, he gave us the green light and said he’d follow up again in 1-year.

He was governor of California before becoming America's 40th president but there are many other Ronald Reagan fun facts that may surprise you. His charisma and colorful background combined with a successful political career make Ronald Reagan one of the quirkiest U.S. Presidents in the history of the office.

Even before anyone knew who he was, President Reagan's, personal and professional, life was full of interesting tidbits such as local boy heroism and anti-communism activities. Check out these Ronald Reagan fun facts from his early life.

Throughout most of his life, Reagan was active in politics. He voted often and campaigned for Barry Goldwater before making a run for governor of California and eventually President of the United States. Just like his personal life, Reagan's political career was interesting and richly diverse.

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With regards to musical taste, Reagan himself was a proponent of standards from Hollywood musicals and the Great American Songbook , running three campaigns to the tune of " California Here I Come ." As a social conservative he and his administration were sometimes at odds with the lifestyles and politics of popular musicians, and Reagan's time as president was marked by various miscommunications involving The Beach Boys , Bruce Springsteen and others. Reagan's longevity as a public figure, and the legacy of music written about him, has driven musicians to continue making comment on Reagan well after his political career.

Ochs' interchanges actors and politicians [5] and pokes fun at Reagan for following in George Murphy's footsteps: [6] Murphy, like Reagan, had been a film actor and became president of the Screen Actors Guild (SAG), then went on to be a Republican U.S. Senator for the state of California. [7] Reagan had succeeded Murphy as SAG president where he worked as an informant for the FBI during the Hollywood blacklist period. Two decades later, Reagan also ran for office and became California's governor. [8]

Tom Lehrer made a similar comparison in his song "George Murphy," which opens, "Hollywood's often tried to mix show-business with politics, from Helen Gahagan to Ronald Reagan". [9] Helen Gahagan was also an entertainer turned politician, progressing from Broadway to U.S. Congress until Richard Nixon unseated her after claims that Gahagan was “ pink down to her underwear”. [10] In Lehrer's song on his 1965 live album , he punctuates Reagan's name with a question mark, evoking a laugh from an audience who did not yet know that Reagan would sweep the gubernatorial election the following year. [11]

It’s been a whole year, well more than a year now – Raegan just turned 16 months old. I can’t believe it has gone by so fast! Her first words are forming and she is so close to walking now.  A little over a year ago we were in a bit of strife.  Raegan was diagnosed with left atrial isomerism which is a condition where the organs are not in their correct positions and the heart has some deformities, her heart was looked at from before birth by a Paediatric Cardiologist and we were told that her heart is mid-lined in the body, and that there was issues with IVC, the vein from the heart that drains to the lower half of the body, being blocked.

Long before she was born, at my 20-week scan our doctor used the ultrasound along with an amnio to determine what issues that Raegan may be facing.  We were lucky that things weren’t as bad as initially – we did have a bit of worry in the beginning.

Today we had our one year check up with the Paediatric Cardiologist, he gave us the green light and said he’d follow up again in 1-year.

With regards to musical taste, Reagan himself was a proponent of standards from Hollywood musicals and the Great American Songbook , running three campaigns to the tune of " California Here I Come ." As a social conservative he and his administration were sometimes at odds with the lifestyles and politics of popular musicians, and Reagan's time as president was marked by various miscommunications involving The Beach Boys , Bruce Springsteen and others. Reagan's longevity as a public figure, and the legacy of music written about him, has driven musicians to continue making comment on Reagan well after his political career.

Ochs' interchanges actors and politicians [5] and pokes fun at Reagan for following in George Murphy's footsteps: [6] Murphy, like Reagan, had been a film actor and became president of the Screen Actors Guild (SAG), then went on to be a Republican U.S. Senator for the state of California. [7] Reagan had succeeded Murphy as SAG president where he worked as an informant for the FBI during the Hollywood blacklist period. Two decades later, Reagan also ran for office and became California's governor. [8]

Tom Lehrer made a similar comparison in his song "George Murphy," which opens, "Hollywood's often tried to mix show-business with politics, from Helen Gahagan to Ronald Reagan". [9] Helen Gahagan was also an entertainer turned politician, progressing from Broadway to U.S. Congress until Richard Nixon unseated her after claims that Gahagan was “ pink down to her underwear”. [10] In Lehrer's song on his 1965 live album , he punctuates Reagan's name with a question mark, evoking a laugh from an audience who did not yet know that Reagan would sweep the gubernatorial election the following year. [11]

With regards to musical taste, Reagan himself was a proponent of standards from Hollywood musicals and the Great American Songbook , running three campaigns to the tune of " California Here I Come ." As a social conservative he and his administration were sometimes at odds with the lifestyles and politics of popular musicians, and Reagan's time as president was marked by various miscommunications involving The Beach Boys , Bruce Springsteen and others. Reagan's longevity as a public figure, and the legacy of music written about him, has driven musicians to continue making comment on Reagan well after his political career.

Ochs' interchanges actors and politicians [5] and pokes fun at Reagan for following in George Murphy's footsteps: [6] Murphy, like Reagan, had been a film actor and became president of the Screen Actors Guild (SAG), then went on to be a Republican U.S. Senator for the state of California. [7] Reagan had succeeded Murphy as SAG president where he worked as an informant for the FBI during the Hollywood blacklist period. Two decades later, Reagan also ran for office and became California's governor. [8]

Tom Lehrer made a similar comparison in his song "George Murphy," which opens, "Hollywood's often tried to mix show-business with politics, from Helen Gahagan to Ronald Reagan". [9] Helen Gahagan was also an entertainer turned politician, progressing from Broadway to U.S. Congress until Richard Nixon unseated her after claims that Gahagan was “ pink down to her underwear”. [10] In Lehrer's song on his 1965 live album , he punctuates Reagan's name with a question mark, evoking a laugh from an audience who did not yet know that Reagan would sweep the gubernatorial election the following year. [11]

It’s been a whole year, well more than a year now – Raegan just turned 16 months old. I can’t believe it has gone by so fast! Her first words are forming and she is so close to walking now.  A little over a year ago we were in a bit of strife.  Raegan was diagnosed with left atrial isomerism which is a condition where the organs are not in their correct positions and the heart has some deformities, her heart was looked at from before birth by a Paediatric Cardiologist and we were told that her heart is mid-lined in the body, and that there was issues with IVC, the vein from the heart that drains to the lower half of the body, being blocked.

Long before she was born, at my 20-week scan our doctor used the ultrasound along with an amnio to determine what issues that Raegan may be facing.  We were lucky that things weren’t as bad as initially – we did have a bit of worry in the beginning.

Today we had our one year check up with the Paediatric Cardiologist, he gave us the green light and said he’d follow up again in 1-year.

He was governor of California before becoming America's 40th president but there are many other Ronald Reagan fun facts that may surprise you. His charisma and colorful background combined with a successful political career make Ronald Reagan one of the quirkiest U.S. Presidents in the history of the office.

Even before anyone knew who he was, President Reagan's, personal and professional, life was full of interesting tidbits such as local boy heroism and anti-communism activities. Check out these Ronald Reagan fun facts from his early life.

Throughout most of his life, Reagan was active in politics. He voted often and campaigned for Barry Goldwater before making a run for governor of California and eventually President of the United States. Just like his personal life, Reagan's political career was interesting and richly diverse.

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