Episode 49 – Peter Robinson Interview – On Being a Speechwriter for #RonaldReagan & #GeorgeHWBush, the #Berlin Wall Address, & the Hoover Institution

Next on Thinking It Through:  I get the chance to interview Mr. Peter Robinson, Hoover Institution Research Fellow and host of Uncommon Knowledge.  We speak about what led him to being a speechwriter for Vice President George H. W. Bush and President Ronald Reagan and the famous Berlin Wall Address that President Reagan gave and Mr. Robinson wrote.  We speak further about what the Hoover Institution is and why you should check out Uncommon Knowledge.

Peter M. Robinson

00:00 – 01:33 = Intro & Shout outs

1:34 – 04:09 = Introduction of Peter Robinson

4:10 – 08:47 = What led to becoming a speechwriter

8:48 – 13:59 = His time as a speechwriter and writing speeches for Bush and Reagan

14:00 – 16:44 = Writing the Berlin Wall Address

16:45 –  = About the Hoover Institution and Uncommon Knowledge and advice to me about my son

26:18 – 28:40 = Encouraging the next generation of thinkers and writers

28:41 – 29:54 = Ending


**Order you some Two Good Cocoa**

**For the next generation of news, political thought, & entertainment, check out The Daily Nerv, where I also contribute pieces.**


Peter Robinson (Hoover Institution Profile)

Hoover Institution

Uncommon Knowledge

Hoover Digest

Berlin Wall Address (YouTube video) / Words to the Speech


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Published by Jerome Danner

I am a part-time blogger and writer. I have been an educator in the past and worked for a college. I dream a lot about being a lyricist and a full-time writer. When I am not writing, then I am usually chasing after a soon-to-be 4-year-old and a 2-year-old. Please feel free to send me your questions, thoughts, and/or comments at: jadanner1@yahoo.com!

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