Reagan son launches `first conservative email service`
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Last Updated: Tuesday, August 03, 2010, 18:32
London: Former American President Ronald Reagan's son Michael Reagan has launched what he claims the very first "conservative email service" which will help promote "true Reagan values".

According to Jr Reagan, popular email providers such as Hotmail, Google, Yahoo! and Apple are supporting leftwing causes which are "hurting" America.

But the new service would help promote the true conservative ideas of the former president, he said.

In a message on his website, Jr Reagan said: "People who believe in true Reagan Conservative Values are unwittingly supporting the Obama, Pelosi and Reid liberal agenda!"

"Every time you use your e-mail from companies like Google, AOL, Yahoo, Hotmail, Apple and others, you are helping liberals. These companies are, and will continue, to be huge supporters financially and with technology of those that are hurting our country. Is that where you want your money to go?"

Those who sign up for the Reagan email service, which costs USD 34.95 per year, will receive an email address that ends with "".

Early subscribers will also get a DVD of Ronald Reagan's 1987 "tear down this wall speech", the Telegraph reported.

Regan was the 40th President of America, who during his term in office from 1981-1989, implemented sweeping new political and economic initiatives dubbed "Reaganomics".

The promotional video for the Reagan email service has been posted on Popmodal, the conservative video sharing service, which according to the report, has been set up to combat YouTube's alleged liberal bias.

However, the report said, Reagan email users might not be getting much for their money as the website doesn't guarantee any support against any technical glitches.

The terms and conditions page for the service warns: "You are using the Services AT YOUR OWN RISK and we are under no obligation to provide you with any support, error corrections, updates, upgrades, bug fixes and/or enhancements of the Service."


First Published: Tuesday, August 03, 2010, 18:32

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