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Charles Colson’s Odd Guilty Plea: Was It Lawful?

(Stewart Baker) Watergate ushered in, among other things, the echt Age of Mainstream Media.  In a demonstration of raw media power, the Washington Post brought down a President who had just received a massive re-election mandate. No one questioned the media’s power again until the Drudge Report systematically undermined its legitimacy by covering the media the way [...]
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Charles Colson Dies

Politics / US Politics : Taegan Goddard's Political Wire (3 years ago)

Charles Colson, "who served time in prison for his role in the Watergate scandal and later became an influential evangelical Christian," has died at age 80, NPR reports."Colson went from being one of the nation's most despised men t... Read Post

Watergate scandal figure Charles Colson, 80, dies

Industries / Media : The Cutline (3 years ago)

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Charles Colson, a Richard Nixon White House operative who went to jail over the Watergate scandal and later founded a prison ministry, died on Saturday at age 80, the ministry said. Colson, who compiled Nixon'... Read Post

Chuck Colson, Watergate Scandal's 'Evil Genius' And Christian Prison Reformer Near Death

Politics : Business Insider: Politix (3 years ago)

According to multiple reports (here is one from the Washington Post) Chuck Colson is in grave condition and near death. Colson was one of the few men to go to prison for the Watergate Scandal which engulfed the presidency of Richard... Read Post


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