Here’s What Barack Obama and Richard Nixon Have in Common on Foreign Policy

Here’s What Barack Obama and Richard Nixon Have in Common on Foreign Policy

By Michael Smerconish at The Philadelphia Inquirer Last week, I ran this comparison past Pat Buchanan, who just wrote The Greatest Comeback: How Richard Nixon Rose From Defeat to Create the New Majority. Buchanan was at Nixon’s side from January 1966 through the end of his presidency in August 1974. Does he see the similarity? […]

Buchanan: Watergate Was No Different Than Democrat Admins Harassing MLK

Buchanan: Watergate Was No Different Than Democrat Admins Harassing MLK

By Scott Greer, Associate Editor at The Daily Caller The presidency of Richard Nixon will be forever associated with the black mark of the Watergate scandal, and has influenced the way millions of Americans perceive his legacy. In the third part of The Daily Caller’s interview with Pat Buchanan — who was one of Nixon’s […]

The Unraveling Myth of Watergate

By Patrick J. Buchanan It was, they said, the crime of the century. An attempted coup d’etat by Richard Nixon, stopped by two intrepid young reporters from The Washington Post and their dashing and heroic editor. The 1976 movie, “All the President‘s Men,” retold the story with Robert Redford as Bob Woodward, Dustin Hoffman as […]

The Outing of Deep Throat

By Patrick J. Buchanan As the 40th anniversary of Watergate impends, we are to be bathed again in the great myth and morality play about the finest hour in all of American journalism. The myth? That two heroic young reporters at The Washington Post, guided by a secret source, a man of conscience they dubbed […]