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  • Richard Nixon Tapes: Archie Bunker & homosexuality

    09/30/2011 8:34:26 PM PDT · by ReformationFan · 13 replies
    Youtube ^ | May 13, 1971 | Richard M. Nixon
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TivVcfSBVSM
  • Ehrlichman ID'd Kissinger as Watergate 'Deep Throat'

    02/18/2005 8:12:33 PM PST · by hope · 76 replies · 2,867+ views
    Friday, February 18, 2005 MEDIA MATTERSEhrlichman ID'd Kissinger as Watergate 'Deep Throat' Powerful Nixon aide 'believed it very strongly,' 'was absolutely convinced' Posted: February 18, 20058:58 p.m. Eastern © 2005 WorldNetDaily.com The identity of "Deep Throat" – the mysterious source that helped Washington Post reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein break open the Watergate scandal that ended Richard Nixon's presidency – has never been revealed, although it's been the object of much speculation over the past 30 years. Henry Kissinger Now, it turns out that one of Nixon's top aides, John Ehrlichman, who spent time in prison for his role in...
  • CBS tries to cop a plea

    01/11/2005 7:45:05 PM PST · by Kitten Festival · 2 replies · 260+ views
    The American Thinker ^ | Jan. 11, 2005 | Thomas Lifson
    CBS News is undoubtedly hoping that release of the Thornburgh/Boccardi Report, with its embarrassing admissions, will satisfy critics enough that the Rathergate scandal will be allowed to disappear into dim memory. They are wrong. Many observers, our own Clarice Feldman included, have been impressed by the extent of the incompetence (and worse) CBS has admitted with this internal report. Some, like Jim Geraghty, of National review Online, are concerned that critics of CBS should appear reasonable, and praise what is praiseworthy, while asking for more information, as a matter of political strategy. Already, Washington Post writers Howard Kurtz and Dana...