Articles Tagged with Richard Nixon

Billings Gazette Apologizes For Barack Obama Endorsement

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The Billings Gazette apologized for endorsing Barack Obama during the 2008 campaign. An editorial published in the newspaper was entitled, “Gazette opinion: Obama earned the low ratings.” The Gazette went on to compare President Obama to President Richard Nixon. The newspaper apology over the Obama endorsement listed in detail the mistakes the editorial staff felt… Read more »

Joe McGinniss, Pioneering Journalist Who Courted Controversy, Dies At 71

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Joe McGinniss, a groundbreaking journalist whose book The Selling of the President 1968, prophetically foreshadowed how political candidates have come to be marketed like consumer products, has died after a two-year battle with prostate cancer. A native of Worcester, Massachusetts, McGinnis was 71 when he passed away Monday afternoon at UMass Memorial Medical Center in… Read more »

Bill Clinton: Survey Says He Is #1 Answer For Most Forgivable Liar

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Bill Clinton may be a liar, but he’s a forgivable liar. At least, that’s what a recent 60 Minutes/Vanity Fair poll suggests. According to Politico, the poll asked 1,018 adult Americans which of four Americans caught in notable, high-profile lies they would be willing to forgive. Bill Clinton led the way with 43 percent of… Read more »