On location The Dick Cavett Show broadcasts from the Senate Watergate Committee hearing room on Aug. 1, 1973. (Daphne Productions) ick Cavett isn’t the first hardnosed reporter who comes to mind when we think of the Watergate scandal. Probably because he wasn’t so much a capital-J journalist as a cornball-yet-erudite talk-show host. Still, over a two-year stretch he grilled...
One of the slides for class discussion on how media might cover Watergate today pic.twitter.com/0tHyi1FPyg — Bill Adair (@BillAdairDuke) September 1, 2014 Earlier: PolitiFact editor Bill Adair is named Duke University Knight prof (duke.edu)
I have been fortunate to get to know John Dean over the last number of years. We travel the country presenting seminars, mostly for lawyers, on the lessons and legacy of Watergate. [The Legacy of Watergate @ www.watergatecle.com]. Our particular focus is on John’s role as inhouse lawyer for the White House. Show More Summary
"In what will stand as the most authoritative account of one of America’s worst political scandals, The Nixon Defense shows how the disastrous mistakes of Watergate could have been avoided and offers a cautionary tale for our own time."
John Dean, former aide and counsel to President Richard Nixon, denounced right-wing media for "rewriting" the history of Watergate in order to attack President Obama, calling comparisons of current events to the historic scandal "nonsense"...Show More Summary
"Watergate" is so synonymous with political malfeasance that variations like Monica-gate and Weiner-gate are among dozens of others permeating our modern American cultural landscape.
With the recent 40th anniversary of Nixon’s resignation in 1974 about a week ago, there have been a number of articles about Watergate in the media. That’s to be expected. Predictably, there have also been more “hit piece” articles about Nixon in the media recently – like this one from MSNBC. That’s also to be […]
Biz Pac Review: Sharyll Attkisson’s Impressive Account of How Watergate Would Play Out in Obama Era: Sharyl Attkisson, the former CBS News reporter who left the network complaining because of liberal bias, offered a sobering account of Sunday how she thinks Watergate would play out today in the Age of...
Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward. (AP Photo) On Sunday, Marc Andreessen talked about press coverage of Watergate on his rollicking Twitter feed. Andreessen is a partner in the venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz, which has invested...Show More Summary
On Sunday, Marc Andreessen talked about press coverage of Watergate on his rollicking Twitter feed. Andreesen is a partner in the venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz, which has invested $50 million in BuzzFeed. 1/Something I believe...Show More Summary
How so? (Mediaite) On This Week Not with George Stephanopoulos, former CBS investigative reporter Sharyl Attkinson said that journalists today were more hindered, and politicians more emboldened, than they were in the days of Woodward...Show More Summary
The decline in political trust began with Watergate. But what’s striking today is how differently whites and non-whites views government.
Forty years ago today Richard Nixon tendered his resignation as president of the United States. The announcement was reportedly...
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(John Hinderaker) In this brief clip from ABC’s This Week, filmed this morning, Sharyl Attkisson answers that question–humorously but accurately, I think. But only because we have a Democratic president. If the next president is a Republican, journalism will undergo a renaissance:
Forty years ago, Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein broke the story for the Washington Post about the members of President Nixon's staff playing a role in breaking into the Democratic National Committee's headquarters at the Watergate Hotel. Show More Summary
Face the Nation host Bob Schieffer asked the famed investigative duo Woodward and Bernstein if they learned anything from Watergate that could help future presidents can avoid political scandals.
On Sunday’s broadcast of ABC’s “This Week with George Stephanopoulos,” fill-in moderator Martha Raddatz asked how journalism has evolved since the time of Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein’s role in the Watergate scandal that resulted in the downfall of then-President Richard Nixon. Show More Summary
Richard Nixon: Honk If You Think He Was Guilty by Michael Winship In August 1974, forty years ago this week, commentator Alistair Cooke faced a dilemma. The events of the Watergate scandal – “a Laurel and Hardy absurdity in the beginning,” Cooke recalled – had snowballed since 1972 from a farce of botched burglary into [...]