It is that time of year when those of us who paid attention to such things recall the tradition of the late Hollywood designer Mr. Blackwell - who, for nearly 50 years, released an eagerly anticipated annual list that began as a chronicle of the world's best and worst dressed people. The flamboyant, media-savvy Blackwell spared no one -- celebrities, movie stars, athletes, socialites and captains of industry were all under his microscope.
This past Saturday I confronted former Nixon Counsel John Dean about his true role in Watergate. Dean was a featured speaker at the Texas Book Festival, an event dominated by the Texas establishment. As you can see I listed an substantial amount of evidence and testimony that Dean himself ordered the Watergate break-in. The Daily Caller called it a "fiery exchange"
I had the opportunity to see Richard Nixon up close. I was the youngest senior staff member of his 1972 election campaign. I spent hours talking politics with "the old man" as veteran Nixon hands called him. As a political director in Ronald Reagan's 1980 and 1984 campaigns I carried Nixon's messages on strategy and tactics to the Reagan high command. I did his political chores in Washington in his post-presidential years. I learned politics at Nixon's knee.
Happy Holidays from Stone 12/23/12
What Happened To Gary Johnson? 11/13/12
I spent 40 years in the corroded rectum of the two party system. I was the guy the Republican party turned to when things got tough. I saw first hand how the two major parties worked together to limit voter choices and exclude minor party candidates from the election dialogue.
Barry Goldwater, a Republican, was notorious for his visionary thinking that resembles Libertarian views today. If he were alive today, I believe he would vote for neither Mr. RomneyCare nor Mr. Obama Care -- nay, he would vote for Gary Johnson.
A new poll by John Zogby shows former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson moving from 2% to 5.3% nationally. Zogby says an internal analysis of the numbers show that Johnson is pulling a disproportionate number of votes from Republican Mitt Romney.
We sat down with veteran Republican strategist Roger Stone this week to talk about the 2012 presidential election, and find out what really goes on inside presidential campaigns.
Republican 'Hitman' Roger Stone On Mitt Romney, Marco Rubio, And Who He Thinks Is Going To Win The 2012 Election 5/21/12
Business Insider sat down with political strategist and self-described GOP "hitman" to talk about Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and the 2012 veepstakes.
The U.S. Senate Republican primary race in Florida is in full swing, and potential Republican voters are wondering who will be the candidate that will best represent them in the U.S. Senate, working along side U.S. Senator Marco Rubio.
Romney's Act 3/22/12
Romney's attempt to act like "a regular guy" are so goofy they remind me of George H.W. Bush who was born in Milton, MA, and was educated in Greenwich Connecticut, Andover, and Yale, but he wore cowboy boots, chewed pork-rinds and talked about country music.
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