The Richard Nixon Presidential Museum and Library in Yorba Linda is gay, gay, gay.That's what New Yorkers must believe after recent pieces in their most venerable publications, The New Yorker and the New York Times.
George McGovern, peacemakerIt took former U.S. Senator George McGovern (D-South Dakota) to bring peace to the library and museum dedicated to the memory of his opponent in the 1972 presidential election, Richard Nixon. Ten weeks after the private Richard Nixon Library & Birthplace Found ... More >>
To demonstrate its displeasure with the federally run Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum having booked an appearance by former Nixon White House counsel [and current Nixonite Watergate fall guy] John Dean, the private Richard Nixon Library &
Birthplace Foundation last month pulled bac ... More >>
UPDATED WITH CORRECTED GENDER FOR ONE MAN, JOB DESCRIPTION FOR ANOTHER (THANK YOU, REV. TAYLOR).
Former Nixon White House counsel John Dean, whose June appearance drew 300 people to the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum and the wrath of the private Richard Nixon Library & Birth ... More >>
Dean riles Nixonites, again and again.
The most interesting part of Melody Chiu's Register report on former Nixon White House counsel John Dean speaking at the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum Wednesday night was not the speech itself, but the private Richard Nixon Library & ... More >>
John Dean, shown last year, is coming to the Nixon Library.Over the years, the Richard Nixon Library, Birthplace, Museum, Taqueria & Polo Grounds in Yorba Linda has hosted such speakers as Ann Coulter, Hugh Hewitt, Bill O'Reilly, William J. Bennett, Dick Cheney and probably even more repulsive f ... More >>
AlterIn his new collection of his Newsweek columns since the 1990s, Between the Lines: A View Inside American Politics, People, and Culture, Jonathan Alter revisits the Bushes, the Clintons, Jimmy
Stewart, Frank Sinatra and Rush Limbaugh. John Taylor, who left as executive director of the Richard Ni ... More >>
The private Richard Nixon Library & Birthplace Foundation (not to be confused with the public Richard Nixon Library and Museum) has really gotten into the spirit of Earth Day. The foundation is directing shoppers to its cash cow, the museum store, with an email blast that states:Celebrate Earth ... More >>
Dick Tuck is not a new procedure offered by your plastic surgeon but a "legendary political hoaxster" and former frequent tormentor of Orange County Disgraced Favorite Son Richard Nixon, whose visit from Arizona to a friend's home in Colorado drew the ink-stained wretches of the Aspen Daily--and ... More >>
Awe-inspiring? Vomit-inducing? Noise-abatement requiring? You be the judge as the 12-city national tour of News Talk 870-KRLA's syndicated radio triple threat--Irvine attorney-Chapman U law prof-MSM hater Hugh Hewitt, Zionist-unilateralist-culture war-declarer Dennis Prager and some guy named Michae ... More >>
It was mused here previously that, based on their respective (low) popularity ratings, George W. Bush was more despised upon leaving the presidency than Orange County's favorite disgraced son Richard Nixon, which prompted our tip of the press hat to the Richard Nixon ... More >>
The Richard Nixon Library & Birthplace Foundation announced today that John H. Taylor, the foundation's executive director since it opened in 1990 and before that Nixon's chief of staff, is leaving Sunday to become the full-time vicar (or priest in charge) at St. John Chrysostom Episcopal
Church ... More >>
Hopefully, this item on the looming depature of the Richard Nixon Library & Birthplace Foundation's longtime executive director, John H. Taylor, makes it clear that he fronted a separate entity from the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum. I say hopefully because that distinction was n ... More >>