The long days of summer are coming to an end. In palpable ways the beginning of fall has been felt by a reenergized pace and fast-moving political and international developments – which I will write on in the coming weeks and months.
What a sad and unworthy place we have come to on the Eisenhower Memorial!
Earlier this week, I spoke at the Nuclear Energy Assembly to help commemorate their 60th anniversary.
Would you or I have shown the same courage, humanity and enduring spirit?
On March 19, I testified before the U.S. House Subcommittee on Public Lands and Environmental Regulation on the proposed legislation H.R. 1126, the “Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial Completion Act,” which calls for a new design for the Eisenhower Memorial.
In 2008, just after Barack Obama was elected president, I gave a television interview regarding what the Obamas might expect on becoming the new first family.
Last week the Associated Press ran a story about the Eisenhower Memorial and the delay of its consideration by the National Capital Planning Commission.
Mitt Romney won’t release most of his tax returns. Nor will he give voters specifics on how he plans to make his tax cutting plan “revenue neutral.”
The Eisenhower family is deeply grateful to Congress for designating a national memorial to Dwight D. Eisenhower.