RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Richard Nixon

A collection of news and information related to Richard Nixon published by this site and its partners.

Top Richard Nixon Articles

Displaying items 73-84
  • 'Drunk History' makes leap from web to Comedy Central

    'Drunk History' makes leap from web to Comedy Central
    Derek Waters says having Dave Grohl accept an invitation to appear on his new TV show was a dream come true. He also describes the idea of working alongside modern rock royalty as "petrifying." The Foo Fighters' lead singer had been a fan of Waters'...
  • The triumph of progressivism: Graduation 2013 and 1968

    The triumph of progressivism: Graduation 2013 and 1968
    Many of you soon-to-be college graduates are determined to make the world a better place. Some of you are choosing careers in public service or joining nonprofits or volunteering in your communities. But many of you are cynical about politics. You see...
  • Boxing Obama in

    Boxing Obama in
    Greater than the risk of being accused of criminality in the three scandals now gripping the Obama administration is the peril that the president's substantive agenda is being hopelessly knocked off track. The liberal Illinois senator who entered the...
  • 'Our Nixon' -- Audio tapes and home movies made into first-rate history

    'Our Nixon' -- Audio tapes and home movies made into first-rate history
    "Our Nixon," a documentary on Richard Nixon's presidency based on Super 8 home movies made by aides John Ehrlichman, H.R. Haldeman and Dwight Chapin, is the TV surprise and delight of the summer. It premieres at 9 tonight (Aug. 1) on CNN with multiple...
  • If Obama is qualified to be president, maybe Martin O'Malley is, too

    If Obama is qualified to be president, maybe Martin O'Malley is, too
    Although a bid for the presidency by Martin O'Malley appears to be stretching the realm of possibility ("O'Malley framing his plans for 2016," Aug. 5), he has only to look at the present holder of the office. President Barack Obama, as a first term...
  • GOP moderates pass into history

    GOP moderates pass into history<!-- span class="opinionlabel">[OPINION]</span -->
    The death this week at age 96 of former Pennyslvania Gov. Bill Scranton, briefly a Republican presidential candidate in 1964, was also in a sense a final obituary on moderate Republicanism that began fading from the political scene half a century ago....
  • August: The time when bored political journalists make mountains out of Washington molehills

    August: The time when bored political journalists make mountains out of Washington molehills
    With Congress in the doldrums of summer recess, our town has inevitably sunk to the game of making political mountains out of molehills. The latest example is disclosure that the campaign manager of Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell confided to a...
  • Scandals put presidential credibility on the line

    Scandals put presidential credibility on the line
    When the storm of administration scandals first hit President Barack Obama, he offered a good impersonation of Claude Raines in "Casablanca," expressing shock that gambling was going on in Rick's saloon. His verbal outrage at the snooping of the IRS and...
  • Sun columnists politically lopsided

    Once again, The Sun has proven that Maryland is a one-party state. Yes, there are columns in the newspaper by former Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr., but columnist Thomas F. Schaller and frequent contributor Jules Witcover more than make up for any...
  • No August vacation for events of historical significance [Eagle Archives]

    Historically, the month of August in Maryland is known for its hot and humid lazy southern days, and a slower schedule. It's the time often referred to as the "dog days" of summer. Although many say it is a quiet time of the year usually reserved for...
  • Gansler's gaffe: Unwise, but not worthy of an apology

    Gansler's gaffe: Unwise, but not worthy of an apology
    An ugly fight unfolded last week between gubernatorial aspirants Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown and Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler regarding their campaign rhetoric. Mr. Gansler was surreptitiously recorded saying, "I mean, right now [Mr....
  • President Obama wins debate, but victory might not mean much

    President Obama wins debate, but victory might not mean much
    President Obama won the third and final presidential debate Monday night, there is no doubt about that. In a debate about foreign policy, the man who made the call to kill Osama bin Laden looked and sounded, firm, decisive and focused. He could have done...