Peggy Noonan admires President Bush, but wishes hed be a little more like (dare I say it?) Richard Nixon on a good day.
In the course of her column, she also calls attention to a few things he said in this speech. He twice uses the expression "natural rights" in a way that is intelligible and intelligent. So far as I can tell, he has only used this expression once before, in his speech at Goree Island, Senegal. Am I right about this?