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Break-in at Trudeau's place...just don't call it Harpergate!

OK, so you probably don’t hafta look very far to find people comparing the recent break-in at the Trudeau residence to the Watergate scandal.  After all, both of them involved a burglary at a prominent political place…and that’s where the similarities end.  257 more words

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Last Days in Vietnam

When creating a documentary a filmmaker has basically two options. One option is to be present, camera running, when events are actually unfolding. These events can then be supplemented with interviews. 555 more words

Documentary

summer project weekly update 8.17.14

week 8 stats:

miles: 0 + 45.5 cumulative = 45.5/100

meals: 3 + 38 cumulative = 41/75

movies: 1 + 16 cumulative = 17/50

books: .25 + 5.5 cumulative = 5.75/25… 563 more words

Film

A 22-Year-Old’s Diary Entries From Early August, 1973

Friday, August 3, 1973

6 PM on a gloomy Friday afternoon. But despite the weather, I don’t feel particularly gloomy myself. For one thing, I finished my paper today. 1,803 more words

The Nixon Defense: What He Knew and When He Knew It

By John W. Dean, Viking, 746 pages, $35.

Reviewed by Jules Wagman

To mark the 40th anniversary of the resignation of President Richard M. Nixon, John W. 489 more words

Non-fiction

Max Power: Video: President Gerald Ford Pardons Richard Nixon, September 8, 1974

This post was originally posted at The New Democrat on Blogger

As unpopular as the pardoning of Richard Nixon was for President Gerald Ford in 1974 and contributed to President Ford losing the election in 1976, it was the right thing for the President to do. 76 more words

American Presidents

Max Power: Video: President Gerald Ford Pardons Richard Nixon, September 8, 1974

This post was originally posted at The New Democrat on Blogger

As unpopular as the pardoning of Richard Nixon was for President Gerald Ford in 1974 and contributed to President Ford losing the election in 1976, it was the right thing for the President to do. 75 more words

Richard Nixon