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  • The War Over Nixon [As Seen From Left Field]

    07/08/2010 9:17:28 PM PDT · by Taft in '52 · 16 replies
    Los Angeles Magazine ^ | July, 2010 | Scott Martelle
    The War Over Nixon The ghost of our most divisive modern president haunts efforts to make his library tell the truth by Scott Martelle Tim Naftali thought docents at the Nixon Presidential Library and Museum should be honest about the Watergate tapes. The docents, though, couldn’t talk about what they didn’t know. “I had docents come to me and say, ‘Is there anything incriminating on the tapes?’ ” says Naftali, the library director. The tapes were so damaging to Richard M. Nixon that they were a reason he resigned as president of the United States. Naftali also thought the docents...
  • Travel Like a VIP on a Small Budget in Asia

    04/30/2010 12:29:29 PM PDT · by Niuhuru · 16 replies · 583+ views
    Associated Content ^ | April 30 2010 | Alice Winters
    Rarely are currency exchange rates as good for the American dollar as that of Asian countries. In Asia, the American dollar carries a lot of clout and with the recent devaluation of the USD; it is a good thing that these countries offer an excellent trip for so little cost to Americans.
  • The past haunts Richard Nixon's library

    10/01/2009 1:47:15 PM PDT · by Fiji Hill · 18 replies · 869+ views
    Los Angeles Times ^ | October 1, 2009 | Mike Anton
    The past haunts Richard Nixon's library/h2> Once privately run, the Yorba Linda presidential museum is making a transition to government operation. And that has turned statues of Mao Tse-tung and Chou En-lai into political footballs. The statues depict two old men relaxing in easy chairs. As others mill about the drawing room, the men engage in conversation, one gesturing at the other to underscore a point. For nearly 20 years the likenesses of China's communist leaders Mao Tse-tung and Chou En-lai have sat perfectly still in the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum in Yorba Linda. Now, they are creating...
  • Obama's first act as President EXECUTIVE ORDER 13489 banning release of any of his records

    07/30/2009 9:19:37 AM PDT · by kaizen · 59 replies · 27,117+ views
    THE WHITE HOUSE Office of the Press Secretary For Immediate Release January 21, 2009 EXECUTIVE ORDER 13489 - - - - - - - PRESIDENTIAL RECORDS By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, and in order to establish policies and procedures governing the assertion of executive privilege by incumbent and former Presidents in connection with the release of Presidential records by the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) pursuant to the Presidential Records Act of 1978, it is hereby ordered as follows: Section 1. Definitions. For purposes...
  • Nixon ready to 'cut off head' of South Vietnam leader

    06/23/2009 8:07:58 PM PDT · by Tailgunner Joe · 15 replies · 1,006+ views
    AFP ^ | June 24, 2009
    WASHINGTON - Despite pleges to protect South Vietnam, former US president Richard Nixon privately vowed to "cut off the head" of its leader unless he backed peace with the communist North, tapes released Tuesday showed. The tapes appear to confirm charges by South Vietnam's late president, Nguyen Van Thieu, who tearfully accused the United States of breaking its word to protect Saigon when the southern capital fell in 1975. The National Archives released more than 150 hours of new tapes from Nixon, who notoriously recorded his conversations. Nixon is heard railing against the media and Congress for allegedly undercutting the...
  • Archives offers reward for missing Clinton hard drive

    05/29/2009 10:01:11 PM PDT · by Talisker · 34 replies · 1,248+ views
    Breitbart.com ^ | May 29 04:22 PM | Copyright AFP
    The US National Archives offered a cash reward of up to 50,000 dollars Friday for the recovery of a missing computer hard drive containing sensitive personnel data from the Clinton administration. Described by the archives as a "Western Digital MY BOOK external hard drive" with a 2-terabyte storage capacity, it contained copies of backup tapes from the White House dating back to president Bill Clinton's tenure in the 1990s.
  • U.S. National Archives offers reward for missing hard drive

    05/20/2009 5:39:36 PM PDT · by JoeProBono · 18 replies · 902+ views
    cnet ^ | May 20, 2009 | by Elinor Mills
    The U.S. National Archives on Wednesday said it is offering a $50,000 reward for information leading to the recovery of a missing hard drive that contains personal information of former Clinton administration staff and visitors. The small portable hard drive was being kept as a backup, the National Archives explained in a question-and-answer document (PDF) on its Web site. It held copies of about 113 four-millimeter tape cartridges of "snapshots" of hard-drive contents of employees who left the Executive Office of the President. Because the staff maintained White House entry information and electronic address books, the external drive contains personally...
  • Clinton-era hard drive missing from archives

    05/19/2009 6:29:08 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 55 replies · 2,141+ views
    The Hill ^ | 5/19/09 | Eric Zimmerman
    A massive amount of sensitive, national security-related information from the Clinton administration has gone missing from the national archives. The Inspector General of the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) told congressional committee staffers Tuesday that a hard drive containing over a terabyte of information -- the equivalent of millions of books--went missing from the NARA facility in College Park, Md., sometime between October 2008 and March 2009. The Department of Justice and the Secret Service are conducting an investigation, but it's so far unclear whether the drive was lost as the result of a crime or an accident. That...
  • Bush E-Mails May Be Secret a Bit Longer

    12/22/2008 9:16:29 AM PST · by BGHater · 11 replies · 588+ views
    The Washington Post ^ | 21 Dec 2008 | R. Jeffrey Smith
    Legal Battles, Technical Difficulties Delay Required Transfer to Archives The required transfer in four weeks of all of the Bush White House's electronic mail messages and documents to the National Archives has been imperiled by a combination of technical glitches, lawsuits and lagging computer forensic work, according to government officials, historians and lawyers. Federal law requires outgoing White House officials to provide the Archives copies of their records, a cache estimated at more than 300 million messages and 25,000 boxes of documents depicting some of the most sensitive policymaking of the past eight years. But archivists are uncertain whether the...
  • Cheney Has Authority To Determine Tenure Records, Lawyers Say

    12/20/2008 5:37:39 PM PST · by steve-b · 12 replies · 777+ views
    Kansas City Star ^ | 9/18/08 | Pamela Hess
    Dick Cheney alone has the authority to determine which records, if any, from his tenure will be handed over to the National Archives when he leaves office, his lawyers say. That claim is in federal court documents asking that a lawsuit over the records be dismissed. Cheney leaves office Jan. 20, potentially taking with him millions of records that might otherwise become public record....
  • The Electoral College and the National Archives

    12/14/2008 1:35:39 PM PST · by The Truth Will Make You Free · 6 replies · 715+ views
    The National Archives ^ | October 22, 2008
    Washington, DCFor most Americans, Election Day marks the end of the presidential selection process. At the National Archives, it is only the beginning. Most Americans know that the National Archives preserves historical documents such as the Declaration of Independence and U.S. Constitution, and the Bill of Rights. But a little known function of the National Archives is the administration of the Electoral College by the Office of the Federal Register. After Election Day the staff at the Federal Register ensure the complicated and sometimes confusing steps in the electoral process are followed exactly. In the weeks prior to the election,...
  • District Court Rules against National Archives in suit to Obtain Health Care Task Force Records

    10/06/2008 4:01:31 AM PDT · by Mike Fieschko · 1 replies · 303+ views
    Judicial Watch ^ | Oct 2, 2008 | Judicial Watch
    District Court Rules against National Archives in Lawsuit to Obtain Health Care Records from Clinton Presidential LibraryJudicial Watch, the public interest group that investigates and prosecutes government corruption, announced today that U.S. District Judge Paul Friedman ruled against the National Archives on September 30th, refusing to dismiss Judicial Watch's lawsuit to obtain Hillary Clinton's health care task force records from the Clinton Presidential Library and denying the Archives' separate motion to stay the lawsuit for one year [Judicial Watch, Inc. v U.S. National Archives and Records Administration, Civil Action No: 07-1987 (D.D.C.) (PLF)]. The National Archives filed a motion to...
  • Clinton's First Lady Papers to Go Public

    03/18/2008 3:41:42 PM PDT · by Islander7 · 16 replies · 682+ views
    My Way via Drudge ^ | March 18, 2008 | By ANDREW DeMILLO
    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - Thousands of pages of Hillary Rodham Clinton's schedules as first lady are being released to the public after months of pressure and criticism that the Clintons were delaying the disclosure. The National Archives, which operates the former President Clinton's presidential library in Little Rock, announced Tuesday it would release 11,046 pages of Clinton's daily schedules at the Little Rock facility and online Wednesday morning. Clinton has faced criticism from fellow Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama and Republicans over the number of White House documents from her husband's administration that have not been made public. The...
  • Clintons Schedules as First Lady to be Released

    03/18/2008 1:53:42 PM PDT · by jdm · 10 replies · 487+ views
    NY Times ^ | March 18, 2008 | by Julie Bosman
    ** EXCERPT ** The National Archives announced on Tuesday that 11,046 pages of Senator Hillary Rodhams White House schedules will be released on Wednesday. The records were the subject of a legal fight between Judicial Watch, a conservative watchdog group, and the National Archives, which has been slow to comply with a request to release the records, arguing that the vetting process takes time. Mrs. Clintons schedules have attracted close attention throughout the campaign, partly because Mrs. Clinton has frequently held up her eight years as first lady as evidence of her experience. ~snip~ Of the more than 11,000 pages...
  • HRC Records To Be Released Tomorrow

    03/18/2008 10:17:22 AM PDT · by pabianice · 9 replies · 368+ views
    The Atlantic ^ | 3/18/08 | Ambinder
    18 Mar 2008 12:24 pm CBS News is reporting that eight years worth of Hillary Clinton's schedule as First Lady will be released tomorrow by the National Archives.
  • Archives to clear Clinton logs in March [delay the release of phone logs for one to two years]

    03/03/2008 2:00:23 PM PST · by Sub-Driver · 8 replies · 282+ views
    Archives to clear Clinton logs in March By ANDREW DeMILLO, Associated Press Writer 5 minutes ago The National Archives said Monday it expects to release Hillary Rodham Clinton's schedules as first lady later this month, but has asked a judge to delay the release of thousands of her telephone logs for one to two years. Susan Cooper, a spokeswoman for the National Archives, said a representative of former President Clinton has reviewed about 10,000 pages of Hillary Clinton's schedules and approved them for release last week. The archives will soon notify the White House, which must also sign off on...
  • Magna Carta fetches $21.3-million at Sotheby's auction

    12/19/2007 10:26:17 PM PST · by camerakid400 · 5 replies · 114+ views
    The National Post ^ | Dec 20 2007 | Christopher Michaud
    NEW YORK -- A rare 710-year-old copy of the Magna Carta, among the most important historical documents ever to hit the auction block, sold for US$21.3 million Tuesday at Sotheby's. The document was bought by a Washington businessman who said he was determined to see it remain in the United States, where it has been on display at the National Archives and Records Administration since 1988. The last remaining copy in the United States and the last in private hands, the Magna Carta, one of 17 known to exist, was sold by The Perot Foundation, created by billionaire former U.S....
  • Taking Care of Sandy

    10/10/2007 9:41:25 AM PDT · by vietvet67 · 12 replies · 911+ views
    The New Media Journal ^ | October 10, 2007 | Paul R. Hollrah
    During the months of September and October 2003, former Clinton National Security Advisor, Sandy Berger, made at least three trips to the National Archives, ostensibly for the purpose of briefing himself and his former boss, Bill Clinton, for their testimony before the 9/11 Commission. During the time that Berger was given access to highly classified material, he was seen stuffing documents into his trousers, his underwear, and even into his socks. By the time FBI agents arrived at Bergers home and office he had already destroyed some of the stolen documents. Berger told FBI agents that he had inadvertently removed...
  • National Archives taking time in release of Hillary Clinton records

    10/09/2007 6:37:13 AM PDT · by ZGuy · 15 replies · 648+ views
    One News Now ^ | 10/9/7 | Chad Groening
    The public interest group Judicial Watch says the National Archives is apparently ignoring a court order aimed at forcing a more timely release of Hillary Clinton's White House records. Judicial Watch had filed a Freedom of Information Act Request to obtain Mrs. Clinton's office records, including phone logs, personal schedules, and other documents that may shed light on her activities during the Clinton years. A court ruled that 10,000 pages of those documents will be processed completely by the end of January 2008; however, the National Archives and Records Administration "cannot provide a date certain" to complete the processing of...
  • HILL AVOIDS FLAMING BERGER (stole classified security secrets--now on Hillary's election team)

    10/09/2007 8:10:53 AM PDT · by Liz · 62 replies · 1,649+ views
    NY POST ^ | October 9, 2007 | GEOFF EARLE, Post Correspondent
    SANDY BERGER Stole gov't papers Hillary Clinton distanced herself from Sandy Berger-after it was revealed Berger is helping guide her presidential campaign. "He has no official role in my campaign. He's been a friend for more than 30 years," she insisted. Berger admitted he swiped sensitive documents on several occasions from the National Archives, stashing them in his clothes preceding Sept. 11 commission hearings. Berger shredded stolen documents at home, and "panicked" when investigators found out, according to an inspector general's report.