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John Dean's Watergate Whitewash 10/8/14

The Man Who Killed Kennedy-the Case Against LBJ 10/8/14

Obama And The Constitution 9/5/14
Forty years ago public outrage about the actions of President Richard Milhous Nixon, lead by his long time liberal critics, forced him to be the first U.S. chief executive to resign the presidency. Critics screamed about Nixon's extra-legal and extra-constitutional conduct as protestors ringed the White House chanting "Jail to the Chief."

Happy Birthday LBJ 9/5/14
President Lyndon Baines Johnson's birthday was August 27th. That's my birthday too.

When Tricky Dick Muled Weed For Ambassador Satchmo 8/19/14
Richard Nixon could be quite naive. In the late 1950s, the U.S. State Department made jazz legend Louis Armstrong a "Goodwill Ambassador" and underwrote a concert tour in Europe and Asia. On his return from the first two tours, Armstrong and his entourage were waived through customs without a search based on Satchmo's ambassadorial status, but when he landed at Idlewild Airport in New York in 1958, he was directed toward the customs lines. Customs agents had been tipped off that contraband was being imported into the country. Armstrong joined a long line of travelers lined up for inspections. Unfortunately, the jazz trumpeter was carrying three pounds of marijuana in his suitcase. Once Armstrong realized he was about to be busted and would bring shame on the country he was traveling on behalf of, he began sweating profusely.

Actions Over Words 8/19/14
At 6 a.m. on Saturday October 6, 1973, White House chief of staff Alexander Haig woke up President Nixon at his home in California with news that Egypt and Syria had attacked Israel. The news of Middle East aggression shocked the American foreign policy and intelligence communities to such an extent that a study prepared by the CIA Center for the Study of Intelligence in conjunction with the Nixon Presidential Library concluded, "To intelligence historians, the October 1973 war is almost synonymous with intelligence failure.

How Nixon Saved The State Of Israel 8/12/14
At 6 a.m. on Saturday October 6, 1973 White House Chief of Staff Alexander Haig woke up President Nixon at his home in California with news that Egypt and Syria had attacked Israel. The news of Middle East aggression shocked the American foreign policy and intelligence communities to such an extent that a study prepared by the CIA Center for the Study of Intelligence in conjunction with the Nixon Presidential Library concluded, "To intelligence historians, the October 1973 war is almost synonymous with 'intelligence failure.'"

Revisiting The Why Of Watergate 8/12/14
The news is full of Watergate recaps, most of which focus on what happened and how it all led up to President Richard Nixon's resignation. All of it is as interesting today as it was 40 years ago, even though the American people now know a lot more about what actually happened.

It Is Time For John Dean To Tell The Truth About Watergate 8/6/14
Saturday, August 9 marks the fortieth anniversary of President Richard Nixon's resignation over the scandal known as Watergate. It's hard to believe but 40 years after Nixon's resignation the American public still does not know who ordered the Watergate break-in, what the burglars were looking for and why they did it.

Wilt "The Stilt" And Dick Nixon 7/28/14

The Bushs and Clintons 7/28/14

Second Bridge Probe Threatens Christie 7/16/14

Bell v. Booker 7/16/14

LBJ Canceled Military Plane To Take Brain Surgeon To The Wounded RFK 7/16/14

Sun Sentinel Soil Themselves 6/5/14

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