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Ronald Prescott Reagan (born May 20, 1958 in Los Angeles, California, US), usually known as Ron Reagan and sometimes as Ronald Reagan, Jr., was a talk radio host and chief political analyst for KIRO radio in Seattle until his show was canceled on August 8, 2007. On September 8, 2008, The Ron Reagan Show made its debut as an Air America Media radio show; the program was a three hour daily show airing from 6–9 PM (ET). The show ended following Air America Media's bankruptcy. He is notable for his liberal or progressive views, despite being the son of a conservative icon – late United States President Ronald Reagan.

Reagan grew up on the road in Los Angeles and then Sacramento, while his father was Governor of California from 1967 to 1975. He has a sister, Patti Davis, five and a half years his senior, and an adopted brother, Michael Reagan, who was adopted as an infant by Ronald Reagan and his first wife, Jane Wyman. He also had two half-sisters who were born to Ronald Reagan and Jane Wyman who are deceased: Maureen Reagan and Christine Reagan, who was born prematurely June 26, 1947 and died later that same day. Ron Reagan is the son of Nancy Davis Reagan.

Reagan began going down a different philosophical and political path from his famous father at an early age. At 12, he became an atheist and told his parents that he wouldn't be going to church any more.

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