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  • Et tu, Brute...

    06/18/2009 9:31:01 AM PDT · by Taft in '52 · 15 replies · 1,096+ views
    The New Nixon ^ | June 18, 2009 | Bob Bostock
    Et tu, Brute… Shortly after becoming director of the Nixon Library in 2007, Dr. Timothy Naftali invited the nation’s press in to witness the removal of the Nixon Library’s Watergate exhibit. Declaring, “I can’t run a shrine,” he gleefully presided over the destruction of the exhibit, which resulted in numerous articles reporting that the “whitewash of Watergate” was over at the Nixon Library. Dr. Naftali went on to assert, “The challenge is to present a controversial, traumatic and important story in a fair and historically accurate way.” By any measure, he has failed his own definition of success. Two...
  • NAULTY: John Dean invitation a bad move [Nixon Derangement Syndrome alert]

    06/15/2009 2:40:52 PM PDT · by Fiji Hill · 38 replies · 1,574+ views
    The Washington Times ^ | June 15, 2009 | Susan Naulty
    Officials at the Nixon Library in Yorba Linda, Calif., have invited John Dean to speak there on the 37th anniversary of the Watergate break-in, slapping the faces not only of those sympathetic to the former president but, more important, history itself.
  • Dennis Prager, Hugh Hewitt, Mike Gallagher - Nixon Library, May 4

    04/07/2009 10:47:31 AM PDT · by EveningStar · 6 replies · 625+ views
    Obama: The first 100 days From the very beginning, President Barack Obama's journey to the Oval Office has been a series of both historical and controversial events. The first 100 days of his Presidency will give the world stage a glimpse of what's to come from this new generation of leadership. AM 870 KRLA and our show hosts have been watching closely, and now, they're ready to give you their critique. Join KRLA's Mike Gallagher, Hugh Hewitt, and Dennis Prager as they critique the first 100 days of President Barack Obama's term as President of the United States...
  • Author Ann Coulter on O.C.: 'Insurgency in enemy territory' [ANN COULTER at the NIXON LIBRARY]

    02/06/2009 11:58:23 AM PST · by RonDog · 35 replies · 1,452+ views
    Thursday, February 5, 2009Author Ann Coulter on O.C.: 'Insurgency in enemy territory'Conservative commentator makes her first visit to Nixon library, birthplace of man whose legacy she often defends.By ERIC NEFF The Orange County Register YORBA LINDA – Despite it being her first visit to the Nixon Presidential Library & Museum, Ann Coulter seemed right at home.Never being one to shy away from controversy, the conservative author and TV commentator thrilled the capacity crowd Thursday night with her hourlong speech of punchlines and jabs – all at the expense of the left."This is more fun (than TV)," Coulter said before entering...
  • Attention SoCal FReepers! Michael Medved Book Signing Tour - Nixon Library - Dec 3

    11/26/2008 11:07:18 AM PST · by EveningStar · 13 replies · 450+ views
    Join Michael Medved as he tours the country promoting his new book, "The 10 Big Lies About America." Michael will be making a rare Southern California appearance at the Richard Nixon Presidential Library in Yorba Linda, Wednesday December 3rd, at 12 Noon. ... Watch Michael broadcast his show LIVE across the country from 12noon - 3pm. ... Reserve your seat today by filling out the form at the link.
  • Presidents' Day Served With Pie And Protest at Nixon Library

    02/18/2008 2:57:49 PM PST · by kellynla · 20 replies · 165+ views
    orange county register ^ | February 18, 2008 | MICHAEL MELLO
    YORBA LINDA – The first Amendment was alive and well today, Presidents' Day, as demonstrators for and against the war in Iraq displayed signs along Yorba Linda Boulevard, in front of the Nixon Presidential Library & Museum. The larger group, a dozen strong, set up on a corner waiving signs criticizing the war and handing out slices of "Bring Them Home-made Pie" to passersby. A man driving a yellow Hummer honked at the group and gave it a thumbs up. They responded in kind. One of the demonstrators, Pat Alviso, waved a sign with a picture of her son. "He...
  • Author David Horowitz Lecture and Book Signing [Nixon Presidential Library]

    05/14/2006 3:39:14 PM PDT · by Fiji Hill · 1 replies · 774+ views
    Three-time New York Times bestselling author David Horowitz discusses and signs his book "The Professors: The 100 Most Dangerous Academics in America," at the Nixon Library, Monday, May 15 (10:30a.m.)
  • Federal Director of Nixon Library Named

    04/10/2006 6:57:37 PM PDT · by FloridianBushFan · 2 replies · 224+ views
    Associated Press ^ | Mon Apr 10, 5:59 PM ET | By ERICA WERNER
    WASHINGTON - A historian of the Cold War with expertise in presidential recordings has been selected as the first federal director of the Nixon presidential library. Timothy Naftali, 44, who directs the presidential recordings program at the University of Virginia's Miller Center of Public Affairs, will begin his new job Oct. 16, the National Archives and Records Administration announced Monday. By then the library in Yorba Linda, Calif., should have completed its transition from private to public institution. The letter of offer formalizing the hand-over was transmitted to the House and Senate last Thursday, and must remain before Congress for...
  • Rutgers Professor: The Nixon Library Can't Be Trusted

    03/20/2005 7:12:01 PM PST · by Taft in '52 · 23 replies · 889+ views
    History News Network ^ | March 15, 2005 | David Greenberg
    The Nixon Library Can't Be TrustedDavid Greenberg, in the LAT (3-15-05): [Mr. Greenberg is a professor at Rutgers University. His book, Nixon's Shadow: The History of an Image, was recently published in paperback by W.W. Norton.] It's rare for a scholarly conference to make the newspapers. It's rarer for a conference to make the papers when it never takes place. But that's what happened recently when the Richard M. Nixon Library & Birthplace in Yorba Linda canceled a symposium on Nixon and the Vietnam War that it had planned to sponsor with Whittier College. The cancellation provoked an uproar....
  • Speaker Hastert will be signing his book in NM, AZ, and CA

    08/10/2004 10:21:11 PM PDT · by reformed_democrat · 19 replies · 688+ views
    August 11, 2004 | me
    As I said on the first thread I posted about the Speaker's book tour, "thanks to CFR, the publisher, Regnery, is the only one who can put out mailings for this type of event. The RNC has mailing lists, but cannot give them to Regnery. The RNC could sell the lists to Regnery for 'fair market value,' but then would have to sell the lists to anyone who requested them, including and the other freaks." So if the democrats want to restrain free speech to the point that a book signing can't be advertised, I thought I'd bring the...
  • Nixon Presidential Library Might Happen

    11/12/2003 9:21:23 PM PST · by HAL9000 · 8 replies · 155+ views
    Associated Press | November 13, 2003 | DEB RIECHMANN
    WASHINGTON - House-Senate bargainers agreed Wednesday to let the government take the first steps toward establishing a formal Richard Nixon presidential library. Until now, the late President Nixon has been the only president without his own federal library since the National Archives presidential library system began with President Hoover's library in Iowa. The Nixon library currently operating in Yorba Linda, Calif., is a private one. Nixon's presidential papers and tapes were seized by the government when he left office in 1974 following the Watergate scandal, and have been kept by the National Archives in College Park, Md. At the...
  • Bruce Herschensohn to Address Nixon Library Rally For Our Troops, 11:00AM, Thursday, April 17

    04/15/2003 3:18:13 PM PDT · by Taft in '52 · 1 replies · 193+ views
    Come Thank Our Troops! They're Our Home Town Heroes! 11:00 AM * Thursday * April 17 Free Admission Remarks by Bruce Herschensohn Bring Family and Friends! Hear Military Leaders! Meet the families of our soldiers in Iraq! Enjoy a stirring performance by Robbie Britt! To commemorate the one-month anniversary of Operation Iraqi Freedom, the Nixon Library is hosting a red, white and blue tribute to the volunteer men and women of our armed forcews--true Home Town Heroes no matter where they are from. Richard Nixon Library & Birthplace 18001 Yorba Linda Blvd. Yorba Lnda, Calif. Call 714-993-5075 or check...
  • Boston Globe Writer Altercates With Nixon Library Staffers

    08/05/2002 12:07:41 PM PDT · by Taft in '52 · 22 replies · 314+ views
    The Boston Globe ^ | Neil Swidey
    <p>YORBA LINDA, Calif. — Beneath the glistening reflecting pool, behind the interactive exhibits, beside the resplendent rose garden, Richard Nixon is here.</p> <p>By that I mean much more than just his image. Like every presidential library, the Richard Nixon Library and Birthplace is packed with pictures of the great man. Here he is in his Whittier College debate team photo, the teenager's body somehow saddled with the middle-aged man's face. Over there he is shaking hands with a bleary-eyed Elvis, the irony of the president's enlistment of the pill-popping performer in a war on drugs seemingly lost on them both.</p>
  • Nixon Sisters Torn By Feud

    04/30/2002 2:02:38 AM PDT · by 2Trievers · 14 replies · 263+ views
    Special To The Hartford Courant ^ | Apr 30 2002 | FAYE FIORE And GERALDINE BAUM
    The body of Richard Milhous Nixon was scarcely in the ground when the struggle for control of his legacy had begun. It was April 28, 1994. His grieving daughters and their husbands were bound from California to New York on the plane that once served as their father's Air Force One. They were a comfortable foursome that had practically grown up together: Tricia and Julie - inseparable in youth, maids of honor at each other's weddings - and the sons-in-law who melted seamlessly into the Nixon clan, feeding the patriarch's hunger for political discourse at every Christmas gathering. The disgraced...
  • Nixon Daughters Must Join Lawsuit Feud

    04/11/2002 7:48:55 PM PDT · by Jean S · 1 replies · 292+ views
    AP ^ | April 11, 2002, 10:27 PM EDT | CATHERINE WILSON
    MIAMI -- The daughters of late President Richard Nixon were ordered Thursday to join a lawsuit over $20 million his longtime friend willed to the Nixon presidential library. Any court decisions would be binding only if Tricia Nixon Cox and Julie Nixon Eisenhower participate in the lawsuit, Probate Judge Maria Korvick said. The Nixon Library and Birthplace in January sued a trust created in the will of banker Charles "Bebe" Rebozo of Key Biscayne, who died in 1998. The will gave 65 percent of his estate to the library, but required that expenditures be approved by Nixon's daughters and another...