March 18, 2013
Armed with his renowned wit and keen insight, Ron Reagan provides your audience with an up-to-date, candid take on the headline-making political topics and today's news. An experienced journalist and television news correspondent, Reagan forecasts what's ahead for the ever-shifting political horizon, mapping out for audiences what so often gets missed as political headlines turn into spin and sound bytes.
Ron Reagan brings an impassioned and informed understanding of the complexities surrounding stem cell research and its accompanying controversies. Addressing the ethical, medical and economic nuances that meet at the crossroads of this hot-button issue, Reagan provides a moving and eloquent discussion of this topic, providing an overview of the latest medical research – and what's on the horizon regarding disease prevention and longevity.
Armed with perspective from over two decades of reporting the news and interviewing newsmakers, Ron Reagan provides audiences with insight into political, social and health care questions of the day.
Engaging and charming with a disarming style, yet unafraid of asking the tough questions and debating the conclusions, Ron Reagan is an impassioned, informed and gifted speaker on today's much-debated topics. An eyewitness to the corridors of power, Reagan has the experience to know how and why the political game is played. He also presents a compelling case for advancing stem cell research and how our collective future rests in the advancements that result from this important work. Reagan showed his flair for insightful discussions on the day's most important issues, as host of the long-running radio program The Ron Reagan Show. He has co-hosted MSNBC's Connected: Coast to Coast and has contributed political analysis and interviews with headliners to 20/20, Good Morning America and Hardball with Chris Matthews. He has written for several national publications, including Newsweek, The New Yorker, The Los Angeles Times, Esquire and Interview and is the author of My Father at 100 (January 2011), a loving look at the forces that shaped Ronald Reagan.