True to the progressive's legacy, they are erasing America's history. The Chicago Landmark Commissionremoved the childhood home of President Ronald Reagan from their protected property list. This move authorizes the University of Chicago to destroy the building in order to erect student housing.
Those moved by Ronald Reagan including conservatives bemoaned the bad news.
As reported by Gateway Pundit, there is significant historical value in the property. Reagan was the first President to live in Chicago. Also, he's the only President to be born and raised in the windy city. The Reagan family lived in one of six apartments at the Chicago location for several years circa 1915.
There is an organization that is interested in turning the building into a museum as part of Illnois' Reagan Trail history program. Here's the link to the Ronald Reagan Trail Association in Illinois: http://www.ronaldreagantrail.net/
It is suggested that those wishing to protect the Reagan legacy in Chicago, should contact the University of Chicago directly and in a polite manner. If you wish to write or email the President of the University of Chicago, here is the contact information:
Robert J. Zimmer, President
The University of Chicago
5801 South Ellis Avenue, Suite 501
Chicago, IL 60637
Source: Gateway Pundit