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Snippy Little Things

It’s often said there is a reason for everything.

No one said it is a good reason, though.

That brings us to today’s topic. Our Founder, Claudia McGill, made a trip to our nation’s capitol, Washington, DC, and on her very own stumbled upon something that defies reason, yet is reasonable, and surely someone had a reason or knows of it. 309 more words

Claudia McGill Museum

Hump Day History // The Frosty Talks

Oh boy what a treat we have for us today. Today’s Hump Day History lesson brings us all the way back to 1977 for the David Frost, Richard Nixon interviews. 583 more words

Funny

Lessons From the Five and the Resignation

There were five of them. They were experienced professionals who were good at their jobs and respected by their peers. But then, what had been going so well for so long went suddenly wrong. 1,120 more words

Blog

Being Nixon : A Man Divided / Evan Thomas

I campaigned against Richard Nixon during the 1972 presidential election and cheered when he resigned from office. In picking up this recent biography of him, I was unsure of how I would react to being reintroduced to him forty years later. 681 more words

Book Review

A 1970s Time Capsule from #AtoZChallenge - W is for Watergate

BLOGGING FROM A TO Z

A 1970’s Time Capsule

NEWS AND NOTEWORTHY

WATERGATE

 Early on the morning of June 17, 1972, a crime with astronomical political fall-out is committed and five men are arrested.  943 more words

History

Absolutely Impossible

“I know the resurrection is a fact, and Watergate proved it to me. How? Because 12 men testified they had seen Jesus raised from the dead, then they proclaimed that truth for 40 years, never once denying it.

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AFI #77 - All the President's Men

All the President’s Men

1976

Directed by Alan J. Pakula

Netflix says: The film that launched a thousand journalism school students, All the President’s Men chronicles how the work of reporters Bob Woodward (Robert Redford) and Carl Bernstein (Dustin Hoffman) contributed to the public downfall of President Richard M. 130 more words

Movies