December 1, 2006 The World According to Ronald Reagan This was just too good to pass up. Click through to see a bigger version on Wikipedia (along with all the copyright noise about this.) Amy and I were both Reagan youth before becoming liberal weenies. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window) Related Previous PostReflections on Mentors Next PostA New Way To Measure Your Clickstream Raj I worked for Jesse Helms on two separate occassions, first when I was 15 and again when I was 21, before I finally realized how misguided I was. I walked into his Raleigh office (after my mom dropped me off) and asked for a paying summer job and then later worked for him in DC before realizing that technology was much cooler than politics. Don Jones I love it! I only wish some of the smaller type was more readable… Don Jones CEO VentureDeal Don Jones Oops – missed the click-through to the larger version – thanks Brad! Don Lori Ditto for me. At least the Reagan idealism/simplification of the world did serve to engage us as young people, versus typical politicians of today. Scott I bought this as a poster at a mall in D.C. when I was in High School in 1986 and had it on my bedroom wall. I was a Reagan fanatic and still am.