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1 Year...100 Films, #77: ALL THE PRESIDENT'S MEN (1976)

Basic Premise of the Film: Two journalists are assigned to cover the story of the break-in at the Watergate Hotel. Shiet goes really high up in government ranks. 698 more words

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TDA #94~Sept. 25, 2016:"DECLASSIFIED: CIA's Internal Draft-History Of Watergate", With Michael Best. 

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IN THIS EPISODE : Counterintelligence Expert, Declassified Documents Archivist and Deep Politics Analyst Michael Best (read Michael’s excellent blog and the articles relevant to our discussion at glomardisclosure.com , and access his outstanding archive at that1archive.org ) is back at the table with us to discuss the recently declassified CIA Watergate document along with his breakdown the Mainstream Media’s faulty reporting on the document, which ranges from misinformation to pure DIS-information. 103 more words

After the Tall Timber, by Renata Adler

I confess that I had minimal awareness of journalist Renata Adler before I read this book—a collection of her nonfiction essays. Perhaps I had read one or two of her pieces in my life, but not that I remember. 8,729 more words


This blog is being written to counter the naysayers talking points, designed to question Mrs. Clinton’s professional accomplishments. It is safe to say that she has done more  within a 20 year time span from 1973- 1993, than the vast majority of her adversaries. 1,111 more words


All the President's Men / *****

It’s been several years since I last saw All the President’s Men, the gripping dramatization of the investigation into the Watergate burglary – an investigation that led to the resignation of President Richard Nixon. 691 more words

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World Opinion Forum-CBS News: President Richard Nixon's Resignation Speech- Dan Rather vs Roger Mudd

“CBS News Correspondent Roger Mudd- CBS News covering President Richard Nixon’s resignation speech in August, 1974. (I wasn’t born yet!) …”

Source: This piece was originally posted at The New Democrat… 551 more words

The 1970s