WorldNetDaily columnist Bob Just will be featured as a guest on “Fox and Friends” on the Fox News Channel this morning to discuss his “bright idea” for honoring Ronald Reagan, a concept that already is showing signs of spreading across the nation.
“Ronald Reagan always talked about his beloved ‘shining city on a hill,’” Just explained in a WorldNetDaily story yesterday. “So, let’s shine our headlights from now until Independence Day. Let’s give Ronald Reagan one more July 4th with the people who love him.”
Just, a veteran talk-show host who describes himself as a Reagan Democrat, launched the “shining city” observance in his home town of Grants Pass, Ore., and is hoping it catches on nationally. He will be interviewed by Fox hosts E.D. Hill, Steve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade, during the 8:30 a.m. segment (Eastern Time).
“I’ve been glued to the TV like everyone else, but I wanted to take part in honoring President Reagan,” said Just. “All I am suggesting is that people turn on their car headlights, but to do it from now through Independence Day. What could be more fitting than for the American people themselves to do something personally to salute ‘the Gipper’?”
Besides, Just notes, it takes time to get the word out. “You need a few weeks to do that, but with any luck by July 4th there will be lots of Americans shining their headlights in memory of this great man.”
Some talk-show hosts across the nation are already promoting the idea, said Just. “Considering it’s only been a few days into this, I am amazed. But that’s what Ronald Reagan meant to people. We all just wanted a way to thank him personally. Now we can.”
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