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Richard Nixon

Richard Nixon

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  1. Richard Nixon created "panda-monim" after his outreach to China, when Chinese Premier Zhou Enlai gave the United States two pandas in 1972.  According to Time.com , Nixon loved the pandas ... FULL ARTICLE AT International Business Times

  2. M. Caldwell Butler, a Key Vote Against Nixon, Dies at 89

    As a freshman Republican representative and a member of the House Judiciary Committee, Mr. Butler voted to impeach President Richard M. Nixon, then wept. FULL ARTICLE AT Opinion

  1. M. Caldwell Butler, a Key Vote Against Nixon, Dies at 89

    As a freshman Republican representative and a member of the House Judiciary Committee, Mr. Butler voted to impeach President Richard M. Nixon, then wept. FULL ARTICLE AT The New York Times

  2. ROANOKE, Va. (AP) - Caldwell Butler, a five-term Republican congressman from Virginia who helped draft the impeachment articles for President Richard Nixon, died Tuesday. He was 89. Butler, of Roanoke, represented ... FULL ARTICLE AT Insight

  3. Nixon on the problems with panda sex

    Washington Post "The problem with, uh—The problem, however, with pandas is that they don’t know how to mate. The only way they learn how is to watch other ... FULL ARTICLE AT Boing Boing

  1. Elvis' last auto is on the block

    MEMPHIS -- Elvis Presley's last Cadillac is among 72 items being auctioned next month at Graceland during the annual celebration known as Elvis Week. Graceland recently announced details of the ... FULL ARTICLE AT Arkansas Online

  2. (Newsmax) - Sarah Palin issued a challenge to the Washington Post to do the same job investigating President Barack Obama as it did with President Richard Nixon during Watergate. In a ... FULL ARTICLE AT Renew America

  3. Barack Obama hasn't kept all his promises. The N.Y. Times will continue drug testing. Andy Rosenthal takes readers' questions. David Gregory has to backtrack on Gaza. C-SPAN will ... FULL ARTICLE AT Politico

  4. “What the hell is the matter with Teddy?” President Richard Nixon said about his rival, Senator Edward M. Kennedy, in the Oval Office on August 2, 1972. Nixon ... FULL ARTICLE AT Boston.com

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Richard Milhous Nixon (January 9, 1913 – April 22, 1994) was the 37th President of the United States from 1969–1974 and was also the 36th Vice President of the United States (1953–1961). Nixon was the only President to resign the office and also the only person to be elected twice to both the Presidency and the Vice Presidency. Nixon was born in Yorba Linda, California. After completing his... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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