Every so often, within this battle we engage in to further our conservative ideals, there are brief satisfactory moments where we can just sit back and enjoy the fruits of past conservative struggles and victories. Reading this article from Cybercast News  provides us just that sort of opportunity.
The cities of London, England and Berlin, Germany are in the process of establishing memorials to our late, great 40th president, Ronald Reagan.
London and Berlin may soon join other cities across Europe in hosting memorials to the late President Ronald Reagan.
Since the death of America's 40th president in June 2004, a handful of parks and streets across the continent have been named after him, and a bust of Reagan was installed in a central Budapest park in 2006.
With plans already underway for memorials in Prague and two cities in Poland, a spokeswoman for the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library Foundation confirmed Monday that the organization is involved with plans for a proposed statue in the British capital.
It has always seemed notable that those who have personally endured the hardships and tyranny of communism and socialism are the ones who are the most adamant in their opposition to its reemergence when they see it. Those who have suffered in the past, and are the most appreciative of their newfound freedoms and liberties, are the strongest stalwarts against 'neo-socialism'. They've been there and done that!
Those on the political left in America would do well to take note of just how appreciative a vast majority of Europeans are to the heroes of the late 20th century like Reagan. These people feel so fortunate, that today they are actually moving on from such oppression as opposed to rapidly moving towards its deadly embrace. All the while, those on the left in America take their freedom for granted, those who recognize oppressive government when they see it, celebrate every day of liberty and freedom they now enjoy... Thanks to those like President Ronald Wilson Reagan.