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               THE CONSERVATIVE REVIEW   
                   June 20, 2008
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Witness to History
By John McCaslin

This summer's crowning of Illinois Sen. Barack Obama 
as the country's first African-American presidential 
nominee will no doubt generate significant headlines 
around the world.

Indeed, news agencies based in 46 countries have 
announced that they will be sending reporters to 
cover the Democratic National Convention in mile-high 
Denver. The convention is scheduled for Aug. 25-28.

At least 300 foreign dignitaries, meanwhile, will be 
on hand for the historic nomination, each invited by 
the National Democratic Institute. Some 17,000 hotel 
rooms have already been booked in Denver for convention 
week. 

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Where's Dan Quayle?

"A Who's Who of the Beautiful People in Hollywood endorsed 
and actively campaigned for John Kerry - and had no impact. 
With Al Gore it's the same thing. He doesn't bring a single 
vote [Barack] Obama doesn't already have. He could have 
participated in the process but he waited until the primary 
challenge from Hillary [Clinton] was over. Now he supports 
Obama. Where in the world is the news there?"

- Media Research Center founder L. Brent Bozell III, 
writing in his syndicated column published Wednesday about 
all the TV news hype surrounding Al Gore's endorsement 
this week of presumptive Democratic nominee Barack Obama. 

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Reagan monument

We're told that Michael Reagan, son of the late President 
Ronald Reagan, will deliver a June 30 speech at Berlin's 
historic "Cafe Einstein," a well-known politico and 
journalism hangout.

The California-based national radio host will be in Berlin 
to help drum up support and choose a suitable location for
a monument to his father, which would no doubt highlight 
the Gipper's riveting 1987 speech at Brandenburg Gate 
during which he demanded: "Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this 
wall!"

The Berlin landmark is to be funded through the Reagan 
Legacy Foundation, which seeks to advance the causes that 
Mr. Reagan held dear and also memorialize the accomplish-
ments of his presidency.

The foundation states that there "is no truly fitting 
memorial in Berlin" to Mr. Reagan, "unlike John F. Kennedy, 
whose support for Berlin after the wall was erected in 
1961 is evident in various places in the city, and at the 
Free University of Berlin, where an institute is named for 
JFK.

"As we all know, President Reagan's speech in Berlin is 
an iconic statement of his presidency. His words came to 
pass. There is no longer a divide between East and West 
epitomized by the Berlin Wall." 

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Train ourselves

Republican Rep. Ted Poe wants to know why the U.S. Army 
stationed in his home state of Texas is presently training 
Egyptian soldiers to locate and destroy underground tunnels 
to help protect its borders, while at the same time the 
U.S.-Mexican border remains porous for underground smuggl-
ing?

The congressman says since Sept. 11, 2001, more than 40 
smuggling tunnels leading from Mexico into the United 
States have been discovered. One discovered last year was 
a whopping 85 feet underground.

Eagle Day

Look for "American Eagle Day" to appear on America's fu-
ture calendars, as one congressman after another this 
week has stood up in support of such an observance.

And for good reason. The bald eagle, designated the 
country's national emblem on June 20, 1782, is the central 
image of seals of the U.S. president and vice president 
and the U.S. Postal Service. Nevertheless, in 1963 the 
number of nesting pairs of the white-headed birds in the 
lower 48 states dropped to around 400, and in 1967 they 
were listed as an endangered species.

Through subsequent conservation efforts, the bald eagle 
population now stands at 10,000 nesting pairs. During a 
ceremony last August at the Jefferson Memorial, Interior 
Secretary Dirk Kempthorne announced the removal of the 
bald eagle from the endangered list. 

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