08.06.2012 [Politico] - Continue Reading Text Size - + reset And Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein stop by to mark the 40th anniversary of the Watergate scandal that led to the resignation of President RichardNixon. “Fox News Sunday” has Republican Indiana Gov.
06.06.2012 [Wired News] - March 5, 1969: President RichardNixon (left) announces that he has appointed Thomas Paine (center) to serve as NASA Administrator as Vice President Spiro Agnew looks on. The Senate would confirm Paine on March 20. Image: NASA.
08.06.2012 [NFL News] - RichardNixon was probably our most football-crazy president. He was as obsessed with the sport as he was with ferreting out his “enemies” in the media, Congress and the Democratic National Committee. Nixon attached himself to the NFL in numerous ways.
12.06.2012 [USA TODAY] - ... Sports Hall of Fame, later earned a law degree from Yale, became the minority leader of the House of Representatives, ascended to vice president after Spiro Agnew's resignation and became the president when RichardNixon resigned in August 1974.
12.06.2012 [Daily Beast] - It offers a rosily revisionist view of his career as a fiercely partisan RichardNixon defender during the Watergate scandal. After the revelation of the “smoking gun” tape, Bush, the besieged president's handpicked chairman of the Republican National
12.06.2012 [UPI.com] - In 1971, Tricia Nixon, daughter of US President RichardNixon, married Edward Finch Cox in the first wedding in the Rose Garden of the White House. In 1979, Bryan Allen, 26, pedaled the 70-pound Gossamer Albatross 22 miles across the English Channel
12.06.2012 [TIME] - On November 8, 1960, John F. Kennedy was elected president of the United States, defeating RichardNixon in one of the closest national elections of the 20th century. At 43, Kennedy was (and remains) the youngest person elected to the office
12.06.2012 [ABC News] - So far, Obama leads the list of bestselling presidents, with Ronald Reagan and RichardNixon coming in second and third. The most popular losing candidate is Al Gore "although Barry Goldwater is very close behind," Verrone said.
This administration has proved that it is utterly incapable of cleaning out the corruption which has completely eroded it and reestablishing the confidence and faith of the American people in the morality and honesty of their government employees. - Nixon as Senator, speaking of the Truman administration in 1951, as quoted in Isaac Asimov's Book of Facts (1992), p. 338
12.06.2012 [Animal Politico] - ... –en especial por los altos costos de hacer llegar provisiones y herramientas a la isla-, por rencillas internas y un gran incendio de lo que quedaba de las instalaciones, que hicieron que el presidente RichardNixon ordenara su desalojo en 1971.
11.06.2012 [OC Weekly (blog)] - 11 2012 at 7:10 AM Bill Clinton may have been the first African American president (sorry, Barry), but RichardNixon is being hailed as the first Native American president. Of course, it's the Nixon Foundation that's doing the hailing for Orange
11.06.2012 [Slate Magazine (blog)] - WASHINGTON, : This file photo shows former US President RichardNixon (R) as he gestures while being wired for a microphone by an NBC technician 09 April 1988 in Washington, DC before the start of the taping of the television show 'Meet the Press'.
08.06.2012 [DESDElared] - Así le pasó, por ejemplo, a RichardNixon, que tenía una cabeza analítica y estratégica pero jamás logró controlar las inseguridades personales que lo llevaron a su caída, un defecto grave que sólo se conoció con el tiempo.
05.06.2012 [eju.tv] - Gobernaba Augusto Pinochet y en EEUU, RichardNixon. Este último, en el encuentro, a través de un representante, le dio un apoyo “indirecto” a esa dictadura. A diferencia de éste, dice Fernández, en la Asamblea del 79 en La Paz “el empuje” por la
19.05.2012 [latercera.com] - Es bien sabido también que la presidencia de RichardNixon no sobrevivió la crudeza de las conversaciones en el despacho oval una vez hechas públicas. Las grabó (!) y eso que Nixon era sumamente inteligente. De ahí que, desde siempre, el poder (que
08.06.2012 [Los Andes (Argentina)] - RichardNixon anuncia la retirada de Vietnam de 25.000 soldados estadounidenses. 1970. Las Fuerzas Armadas deponen al presidente argentino, el militar Juan Carlos Onganía. 1971. El Presidente de Chile, Salvador Allende, declara el estado de excepción
06.06.2012 [South Whidbey Record] - “Ken Church's rendering of RichardNixon is the bravest performance you're likely to see for some time,” Evans said. “And Jim Scullin brings an impish delight to his David Frost. Peter Morgen's play, like the Watergate scandal, will not be easily
02.06.2012 [teleSUR TV] - UU. durante la presidencia de RichardNixon); y David Rockefeller'' miembro de la acaudalada familia norteamericana. Arenas detalló que estarían reunidos no sólo para tratar el tema de quien sería el compañero de fórmula de (Mitt) Romney (aspirante a
23.05.2012 [El Mundo.es] - En el primer debate electoral televisado entre John F. Kennedy y RichardNixon, 'Redonda Uno' fue la silla elegida desde la que ambos candidatos lideraron el encuentro. A partir de entonces, los americanos rebautizaron la pieza como 'La Silla'.
23.05.2012 [La Vanguardia] - Asimismo, según señala Gil, fue famosa por servir de asiento a John F. Kennedy y RichardNixon durante el primer debate electoral televisado, debido a su "comodidad" ya la "originalidad" de su diseño. Se trata de una de las piezas más caras que se
12.06.2012 [The New Civil Rights Movement] - President RichardNixon frequently disparaged Jews. He was especially fond of pointing out that among American conscientious objectors who would not fight in his dirty southeast Asian war — (where innocent men, women and children were maimed and
11.06.2012 [동아일보] - President RichardNixon, who died in 1994, was buried in the garden of his birth house in Yorba Linda, California. He did not want to be buried at Arlington National Cemetery near the congressional building because the legislature impeached him for the
12.06.2012 [WBUR] - It's not just a cosmetic issue, as when RichardNixon's perspiration marred his image in his debate with the telegenic John F. Kennedy. Confidence helps the candidate think more clearly in the bright lights, ad-lib more effectively, and smile more
22.05.2012 [The Atlantic] - "Please don't use the presently existing literature as established fact," warned HR Haldeman, the former White House chief of staff to RichardNixon, at a symposium on the Nixon presidency convened at Hofstra University in November 1987.
12.06.2012 [Troy Media (blog)] - Between them, they accounted for 50 electoral votes, enough to have made RichardNixon president. To JFK's inner circle, Johnson was a crude and vulgar Texan. Bobby Kennedy particularly despised him. But without Johnson's presence on the ticket
08.06.2012 [Orlando Sentinel (blog)] - They were the Washington Post reporters whose work brought down President RichardNixon. The CBS program starts at 10:30 am Sunday on WKMG-Channel 6. Other “Face the Nation” guests: Gov. Scott Walker discusses his victory in the Wisconsin recall
12.06.2012 [CounterPunch] - But the pro-pot Dems respond: “This Commission will be different because the science is so much more advanced now, and because Barack Obama isn't RichardNixon. He won't ignore the findings of doctors. He wants to reschedule but he needs the cover of