WATERGATE’S CARL BERNSTEIN ON HILLARY: “The vast right-wing conspiracy didn’t put the server in her damn closet. She’s going to have to get by this thing, and she’s going to have to acknowledge a terrible misjudgment it seems to be here.” Related: Spillage: Up to 30 accounts on Hillary server interacted with top-secret data. More: […]
HEH: Watergate Reporter Carl Bernstein: ‘Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy’ Didn’t Put Hillary’s Server ‘In Her Damn Closet’ [VIDEO].
From the February 3 edition of Premiere Radio Network's The Sean Hannity Show: SEAN HANNITY: It was funny. Now, I pointed out yesterday -- Bob Woodward, Watergate fame, hardly a member of the vast right-wing conspiracy, he says, "I think a lot with Clinton has to do with style and delivery." [...]Show More Summary
"Disillusionment with government can be traced back to the grand betrayals and failures of the 1960s and '70s: Vietnam, Watergate, stagflation, the growth of the underclass. But the current anti-Washington fervor ignited in the lateShow More Summary
BOB WOODWARD’S SINS OF OMISSION: More recently, we have learned that among those harboring deep skepticism about Woodward’s account of Deep Throat—so critical to the Washington Post’s coverage of Watergate, and to the Woodward legacy—was the man to whose memory The Last of the President’s Men is dedicated: Ben Bradlee, the executive editor who oversaw […]
It’s not unusual for comic books to explore the real life issues affecting everyday life. Iron Man Tony Stark became an alcoholic, Captain America became patriotically disenfranchised after Vietnam and Watergate, the Green Arrow’s sidekick Speedy had a drug addiction, and an issue of The Amazing Spider-Man dealt poetically with the sorrow of 9/11, and […]
One of the biggest political scandals in U.S. history is the focus of an event series that’s in development at ABC. Variety reports that the network is developing a Watergate project, drawing on White House whistleblower John Dean’s 2014 book...
As reported by Deadline, ABC is planning an event series that will take us back to the old days of politics, when the American people had to find out about their leaders doing terrible things thanks to secret recordings and late-night break-ins. Show More Summary
ABC is in the early stages of development on a Watergate-themed event series focused on White House whistleblower John Dean. Jon Maas is penning the teleplay from source material that includes Dean's most recent Watergate tome, 2014's "The Nixon Defense: What He Knew, and When He Knew It," among...
The drama, from Entertainment One, is in early development. read more
ABC is in early stages of developing Watergate, an event series set in the 1970s Nixon White House during the Watergate burglary and scandal, from Entertainment One and producer Bob Cooper. Written by Jon Maas (The Last Debate), theShow More Summary
Barbara Jordan died 20 years ago Sunday. As a Democrat, she shared her fellow liberals’ erroneous views – but not the wicked ones. Her patriotism and unwavering support for the Constitution were famously evident at the Watergate hearings. Show More Summary
Submitted by AnonWatcher via TheAntiMedia.org, The leaking of the Clinton emails has been compared to as the next “Watergate” by former U.S. Attorney Joe DiGenova this week, if current FBI investigations don’t proceed in an appropriate manner. Show More Summary
Here’s Bob Woodward, Watergate reporter, assessing Hillary Clinton’s “Turn into nonpaper with no identifying heading and send nonsecure” instruction to a staffer: “Here is Hillary Clinton, somebody who worked on the staff of the Nixon...Show More Summary
Back in the days of the Watergate scandal, Congress vowed to beef up tax-donor and privacy protections in order to minimize "potential and actual disclosure." Over time, it became widely accepted that donors could make monetary contributions to organizations listed as non-profits without the need to file the usual "Schedule......
ROGER SIMON: Hillary’s Watergate Looms.
Richard Davis, a former assistant Watergate special prosecutor who worked in the Carter administration, wrote an op-ed for CNN arguing that the...
In 1975, two equally important events happened in the life of prolific political journalist Mary McGrory; she won the Pulitzer Prize for commentary for her coverage of Watergate, and it was revealed that she was on President Nixon’s enemies list. Show More Summary