Tag Archives: President Jimmy Carter

CBS News: 60 Minutes: Lesley Stahl Interviews Jimmy Carter: The White House Diary

CBS News: 60 Minutes: Lesley Stahl Interviews Jimmy Carter: The White House Diary I mentioned this last week, but President Jimmy Carter was not a failed president and I laid out why I believe that. And of course we have … Continue reading

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James Miller Center: President Jimmy Carter: University of Notre Dame 1977 Commencement: The Human Rights Foreign Policy

James Miller Center: President Jimmy Carter: University of Notre Dame 1977 Commencement: The Human Rights Foreign Policy This speech by President Carter in 1977 was not only huge, but I think the best speech he’s ever given. And perhaps the … Continue reading

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President Jimmy Carter: One Ounce: Proposing Marijuana Decriminalization in 1977

President Jimmy Carter: One Ounce: Proposing Marijuana Decriminalization in 1977 President Jimmy Carter in 1977, proposing what even now some Conservative Republicans, like Senator Rand Paul and a few others in Congress support today. Which is decriminalizing marijuana at the … Continue reading

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Gerard Carrington: Video: NBC’s The Richard Pryor Show: Richard Pryor the First African-American President?

. This post was originally posted at The New Democrat on Blogger I’ve never been to Fantasy Island, but now I think I know what it looks like. An African-American President of the United States, not the Federal Republic of … Continue reading

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The New Republic: Opinion: William J. Dobson: A Victory For Democratic Foreign Policy

This post was originally posted at FRS FreeState on WordPress, May, 2011 The New Republic: Opinion: William J. Dobson: A Victory For Democratic Foreign Policy I had just turned five years old and was in kindergarten when President Jimmy Carter … Continue reading

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Reagan Foundation: Video: 1980 Presidential Debate Between Governor Ronald Reagan & President Jimmy Carter, 10/28/1980

This post was originally posted at FreeStatePlus on WordPress, February, 2012 How times have changed for the Republican Party. Because back in 1980 they actually did have a Conservative Republican leading their ticket. And leading them back into power in … Continue reading

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Roger Sharp Archive: Video: President Jimmy Carter on 1980 Campaign, 3/21/1980

This post was originally posted at The New Democrat on Blogger As much trouble as President Jimmy Carter was in politically in 1979-80, having an approval rating somewhere in the thirties and looking very vulnerable to Ronald Reagan in the … Continue reading

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William Shanley: Video: Jimmy Carter Discusses His Presidency With William Shanley, February 1983

This post was originally posted at The New Democrat on Blogger I’m not going to try to make the case that Jimmy Carter was a great president, or one of our best president’s, because he clearly wasn’t. I have a … Continue reading

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CBS News: Video: CBS Evening News With Walter Cronkite, 3/17/77: A Look at Foreign Affairs and Energy Policy

This was right before President Jimmy Carter gave his famous foreign policy and human rights speech at Notre Dame in the spring of 1977. The first United States President to ever at least during the Cold War to make human … Continue reading

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CBS News: Video: Election Night Coverage 1980: President Jimmy Carter’s Concession Speech

This post was originally posted at The New Democrat on Blogger President Jimmy Carter stepping up to the plate and taking his loss to Ronald Reagan like a man. Definitely one of the earliest concession speeches at least at the … Continue reading

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