Ron Reagan

  • MSNBC Political Correspondent

Ron Reagan has parlayed his unique political perspective as presidential son and Washington insider into insightful analysis for MSNBC. In addition he lends a passionate and knowledgeable voice to the subject of embryonic stem cell research.

 
  

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Insightful Look at Current Events

An experienced journalist and television news correspondent Ron Reagan forecasts the political landscape, mapping out what so often gets missed as political headlines turn into spin and sound bytes. ...

An experienced journalist and television news correspondent Ron Reagan forecasts the political landscape, mapping out what so often gets missed as political headlines turn into spin and sound bytes.

Stem Cell Research

Ron Reagan actively speaks out on the subject of embryonic stem cell research. He argues eloquently and movingly in favor of increased federal funding for research that he feels could benefit millions. ...

Ron Reagan actively speaks out on the subject of embryonic stem cell research. He argues eloquently and movingly in favor of increased federal funding for research that he feels could benefit millions.

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Biography

Ron Reagan has successfully taken his unique perspective to television and radio audiences and made people think out of the box. Currently a commentator and contributor to programming on MSNBC, Reagan has previously co-hosted Connected: Coast to Coast with Ron Reagan and Monica Crowley on MSNBC, and was a special correspondent for ABC's 20/20, Good Morning America and FOX News' Front Page. He was a talk radio host and political analyst for KIRO radio and later, Air America Radio, where he hosted his own daily three-hour show. He's also done work for E! Entertainment Television, Animal Planet and American Movie Classics.

Reagan also has been a contributor to Newsweek, The New Yorker, Playboy, The Los Angeles Times, Esquire and Interview to name a few, and is the author of My Father at 100 (January 2011), a loving look at the forces that shaped Ronald Reagan.

Since his father’s death from Alzheimer’s in 2004, Reagan has been speaking out on the subject of stem cell research, and advocates increased research and federal funding. He spoke at the 2004 Democratic National Convention on the issue. He has made a number of appearances on the lecture circuit.

Reagan serves on the Advisory Board of the Creative Coalition, a nonpartisan group founded in 1989 to mobilize entertainers and artists for causes such as First Amendment rights, arts advocacy and public education.