I’ve had an exciting string of speaking events for Beirut Rules, to include the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library, which was a true honor. The library was special because President Bush had written a moving testimonial about Bill’s heroic story. While visiting the burial location for the President and Mrs. Bush, a local news crew interviewed me about the one year anniversary of the passing of Mrs. Barbara Bush. I greatly enjoyed my conversation with Warren Finch, the library director and learned that the Bush Library is one of twelve in the United States operated by The National Archives. Teddy Roosevelt’s library was the first. We had a packed house and lots of great questions about Bill Buckley. Tracy Paine coordinated my visit to the library and was simply amazing. I loved the “41” tie that the library gave me for speaking!