Remember When We Had a Real President? Check Out These Great Books by Reagan Scholar Prof. Paul Kengor

As we discussed on last Sunday’s edition of The Teri O’Brien Show, February 4 was the 104th anniversary of the birth of Ronald Reagan, which is a great opportunity to reflect on what it was like to have a real president instead of a narcissistic, thin-skinned, affirmative-action assisted jackass occupying the Oval Office. To celebrate the life of President Reagan, I want to share some of my favorite books by Prof. Paul Kengor of Grove City College. He is a Reagan scholar and one-time Teri O’Brien Show guest. The first book, The Communist, contrary to what you might think, is NOT about Barack Obama, but rather about the man who was his mentor, and some believe is his biological father, Frank Marshall Davis.

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