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Ronald Reagan's well documented final battles with Alzheimer's disease were fought with the same conviction and courage that his many public battles were fought. ---->>>

President Reagan always gave the credit to the American people and American ideals. He treated his job as a valuable temporary loan from the American people, a loan that should be respected and returned with dutiful appreciation. ---->>>

Over the course of two terms, President Reagan revolutionized the Republican Party and changed the political atmosphere in a way still being felt today. ---->>>

The current diversity visa program does a disservice to our immigration policy and to those immigrants who have moved through the more traditional process that allows them to lawfully reside in this country. ---->>>

Many states rely on sales tax as their principle source of revenue and do not have a State income tax. ---->>>

Often dismissed or underestimated by political opponents, President Reagan had the most valuable weapon in the political arsenal: a bond with the people. ---->>>

The stories have been told so often by those of us who supported President Reagan over the years that they seem mundane, almost like a fictional novel or a movie script. ---->>>

Throughout his life, Ronald Reagan believed America is capable of great things and its people could and would lead the way if left unburdened by taxation and regulation. ---->>>

In 1980, a nation in need of change selected Ronald Reagan to restore the shine to a tarnished America. ---->>>

Since the turn of the 20th century, members of the Jewish community in Upper East Tennessee and Southwest Virginia have been meeting together to celebrate and worship. ---->>>

Unfortunately, the current format for this lottery program are subject to fraud and abuse and leave our nation exposed to those who may seek to do harm on American soil. ---->>>

Biography

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Nationality: American
Born: 11-29, 1936
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Occupation: Politician
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William Lewis Jenkins (born November 29, 1936) is a politician from the state of Tennessee. He represented the state's 1st Congressional district, centered on the Tri-Cities (map), from 1997 until his successor was sworn in on January 3, 2007.(wikipedia)