The State of the Union: A Collection of Contradictions

Credit: White House

The State of the Union was one strange speech. On the one hand, we heard echoes of Peggy Noonan’s speech writing, without the Ronald Reagan delivery. The Paeans for World War Two and the landing at Normandy were reminiscent of Reagan’s allusions. With a better deliverer, they may have even been inspirational. This is what made Reagan the great communicator. He conveyed those lines flawlessly…

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Nadin Brzezinski

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Historian by training. Former day to day reporter. Sometimes a geek who enjoys a good miniatures game.

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