Incredibly, the house in Saddle River, New Jersey where Richard Nixon, the 37th president of the United States, lived in his post presidential years has been purchased and torn down. It was from this house, with its proximity to New York City, that Nixon carefully planned, staged and executed his successful public come back and rehabilitation as a foreign policy statesman. It is here that the "Sage of Saddle River" wrote his best selling tomes on foreign policy, the Real War, the Real Peace and others. That no one saw fit to buy the house and put a brass plaque on it, if only to aggravate liberals and Nixon-haters seems a pity.