Richard Nixon

Bill O'Reilly: Eric Holder Is Using His 'Skin Color As A Shield'
Bill O'Reilly must be having a hard time coming up with material for his show because his material is downright silly these days. He claimed Eric Holder is using his skin color as a "shield" and Richard Nixon had it much worse from Congress than Obama did so STFU. Read more...
O'Reilly: Nixon's AG Had It Worse Than Holder
Bill O'Reilly took up for Rep. Louie Gohmert during his Talking Points Memo and accused Attorney General Eric Holder of "using his skin color as a shield" after he finally got tired of Gohmert's badgering over their Fast & Furious witch hunt.
Christie Appointed Law Firm Is Same Group That Cleared Nixon Of Corruption Charges
Randy Mastro's law firm that cleared Gov. Christie in the Bridgegate scandal with a whitewashed report are the same firm that cleared Richard Nixon of a corruption scandal 62 years ago. Read more...
Bill O'Reilly Calls Benghazi The New Watergate
Bill-O with the latest round of conspiracy theories on Benghazi from Faux "news." Read more...
New Book: Roger Ailes Offered Staffer An Extra $100 A Week For Sex
In ‘The Loudest Voice in the Room,’ charges of anti-Semitism, Bill O’Reilly mockery, and more. Full of falsehoods, says Fox News. Read more...

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Ted Cruz Reminds Me Of Some Very Bad People
Who does Ted Cruz remind you of? Read more...
Morning Open Thread
Today in history for September 23rd: Richard Nixon gives his 'Checkers' speech; Rome's Augustus Caesar born... Read more...
My AJE Op-Ed: 'Obama Is Closer To Nixon Than To MLK'
Barack Obama's militaristic foreign policy shows how far removed he is from Marin Luther King's dream. Read more...
Never mind that this drummed up IRS fake "scandal" should have been put to rest a while ago, the talking heads over at Fox continue to prove they're not going to let a few facts get in the way of their scandal-mongering. This Monday, it was former Nixon aide Monica Crowley's turn. Read more...
This is one of my very favorite movies, and it rings as true today as it did in 1972, when it was first released. Read more...