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Watergate Plus 30 (2003)


The Mysteries of Watergate

May 2010: Geoff Shepard, former Associate Director of the White House Domestic Counsel, and former Deputy of President Nixon's legal defense raises questions about John Dean and the special prosecutor's case against the administration.

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An Insider's Look into the Nixon Administration and the Watergate Scandal (2000)

Deep Throat is the pseudonym given to the secret informant who provided information to Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein of The Washington Post in 1972 about the involvement of U.S. President Richard Nixon's administration in what came to be known as the Watergate scandal. In 2005, 31 years after Nixon's resignation and 11 years after Nixon's death, a family attorney stated that former Federal Bureau of Investigation Associate Director Mark Felt was Deep Throat. Felt was battling dementia at the time, and had previously denied being Deep Throat, but Woodward and Bernstein confirmed his claim.

Deep Throat was first introduced to the public in the 1974 book All the President's Men, written by Washington Post reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein, which was adapted into an Academy Award-winning film two years later. According to the authors, Deep Throat was a key source of information behind a series of articles on a scandal which played a leading role in introducing the misdeeds of the Nixon administration to the general public. The scandal would eventually lead to the resignation of President Nixon as well as prison terms for White House Chief of Staff H. R. Haldeman, G. Gordon Liddy, Egil Krogh, White House Counsels Charles Colson, former United States Attorney General John N. Mitchell, John Dean, and presidential adviser John Ehrlichman.

Howard Simons, the managing editor of the Post during Watergate, dubbed the secret informant Deep Throat, alluding to the deep background status of his information and to the movie which was a cause of controversy at the time. The name was chosen due to the amount of publicity of the film and the ambiguity of its lacking an identifiable connection to the events.

For more than 30 years, the identity of Deep Throat was one of the biggest mysteries of American politics and journalism and the source of much public curiosity and speculation. Woodward and Bernstein insisted they would not reveal his identity until he died or consented to have his identity revealed. Even though J. Anthony Lukas correctly speculated that the identity of Deep Throat was in fact W. Mark Felt in his 1976 book, Nightmare: The Underside of the Nixon Years, (based on three The New York Times Sunday Magazine articles—two published in full), Lukas was widely criticized. In a 1989 interview with Lukas for Playboy, Woodward denied that Deep Throat was part of the intelligence community, according to an April 28, 2003, article in Slate.

Hal Holbrook portrayed Deep Throat in the 1976 film version of All the President's Men, in which he uttered the catchphrase follow the money.
In the 1999 comedy Dick, Deep Throat is revealed as being two teenage Washingtonian girls, portrayed by Kirsten Dunst and Michelle Williams, who worked as Nixon's dog walkers.
The X-Files featured an informant who used the name Deep Throat to leak information to Agent Mulder in early episodes in a manner similar to the meetings described by Woodward. It is never specifically mentioned whether he was intended to be the same Deep Throat from Watergate.
In The Simpsons episode Sideshow Bob Roberts, Waylon Smithers played a similar role to Deep Throat when covertly helping the Simpsons children find a way to depose the newly elected mayor of Springfield, Sideshow Bob (even paraphrasing one of Deep Throat's statements).
In the Family Guy episode Deep Throats, Kermit the Frog uses a similar role to provide evidence of Mayor Adam West's corruption to Brian and Stewie.
In the video game Metal Gear Solid cyborg ninja informant Gray Fox goes by the name Deep Throat until revealing his identity to protagonist Solid Snake.
In the 2002 Nickelodeon animated film Hey Arnold!: The Movie, Helga Pataki takes on a similar role under the guise of Deep Voice. She is a shadowy character who aids Arnold and Gerald in trying to save the neighborhood from the evil developer Alphonse Perrier du von Scheck through a series of anonymous phone calls and cryptic advice. At the end of the film her identity is revealed, and she finally confesses her love to Arnold and successfully saves the neighborhood.
In the Discworld novel The Truth, in a reference to or parody of Deep Throat, the talking dog Gaspode takes on the role of Deep Bone, acting as an informant to the novel's protagonist William de Worde regarding the attempted framing of Patrician Vetinari.


The Best Coolant in the World and Why

Coolant explained and which type is best for your car's cooling system, DIY with Scotty Kilmer.

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The Shady Side Of Prince William No One Talks About

Prince William has been in the hot seat since the Sussexes' bombshell Oprah interview, but he's also been the subject of other shady stories, as well. Here's the shady side of Prince William that no one talks about.

As the story goes, Prince William supposedly first took an interest in his St. Andrews University classmate Kate Middleton when he spotted her walking down the runway of a charity fashion show. The rest is well-documented history, with a few shocking tabloid blips in-between — including the pair's secret alleged breakup.

Behind-the-scenes, things reportedly started deteriorating between Kate and Wills during the summer of 2004, a year before they graduated. According to royal biographer Katie Nicholl's book, William and Harry: Behind the Palace Walls, the 22-year-old prince told several of his friends that he felt claustrophobic. That summer, the couple embarked on a secret trial separation. He went on a boys-only holiday to Greece, while Kate spent time in Berkshire with her family, only allegedly mentioning the breakup under the influence of white wine. A friend told Nicholl,

She was debating whether or not she should text or call him. She said how sad she was and how much she was missing William, but she never mentioned it after that.

Despite her seemingly laid back attitude, the space couldn't have been more painful for Kate, who was reportedly deeply hurt by Wills' rumored relationships with other women during their break.

Watch this video for more on the shady side of Prince William that no one talks about!

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Hurting Kate | 0:00
Phone Breakup | 1:27
Controversial ring | 2:26
Painful partying | 3:27
Night out | 4:21
Alleged affair | 5:29
Breaking protocol | 6:31
Meddling | 7:16
Royal rift | 8:29
Lockdown rules | 9:42
COVID 19 | 11:07

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Outfoxed shows how Fox News is used to promote and advocate right-wing views.

3:09 One day orders came from Murdoch's offices that the network should cut away from their regularly scheduled program and broadcast the RNC's fawning tribute to Reagan: we were ordered, from the top, to carry propaganda; Republican, right-wing propaganda. It foreshadowed what Fox News would later become.

6:30 Former Fox News reporters and bookers say that they are afraid to be seen talking to the wrong people.

19:04 Fox News contributors are under paid contract for their appearance; if they deviate from the party lines, they might not get asked back onto shows.

21:22 Fox News went after Richard Clarke as soon as it was apparent that he was going to paint the Bush administration in a bad light.

26:29 Republicans accounted for 83% of the guests while Democrats accounted for 17% of guest on the network's most prestigious show.

27:50 Stories they Cover...Stories they Ignore - Management set the tone for stories: Jesse Jackson was always to be painted in a negative light, as were immigrants. Culture war issues - abortion, affirmative action, gay marriage - were often covered while ignoring issues regarding the economy, health care, and the environment.

42:00 Many Fox News stories are meant to generate fear; for example, stories about what to do if there's a dirty bomb attack.

46:29 Fox made the decision to present the Iraq war as a success. The senior producer told the two or three writers for her news hour...'now, just keep in mind that it's all good. This is such a fair and balance issue. Keep it positive. We got to emphasize all the good we are doing.

48:43 Knowledge Networks Poll - It's a simple survey about fact regarding current events. The more likely people were to watch Fox News, the more misinformed they were and the more likely they were to back the Bush Administration.

50:49 Fox News repeats and propagates the Republican Party platform.

52:47 Election Night 2000 - The first guy to call the election for Bush was the head of Fox's New's election analyze division; Bush's first cousin. He called it a clear win, when in fact it was too close too call.

59:16 The Republican send out the message of the day so that conservative talk radio, Fox News, and Republican elected officials will all be talking about the same issues, in the same way.

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Saudi Arabia's Role in 9/11 and Why the U.S. Government has Kept it Hidden

Saudi Arabia's Role in 9/11 and Why the U.S. Government has Kept it Hidden
Given by James Kreindler ’77, Partner, Kreindler & Kreindler LLP.

Currently, Mr. Kreindler is the co-chair of the Plaintiff’s Committee in the 9/11 Litigation on behalf of the 9/11 families to hold Saudi Arabia accountable for its role in the 9/11 attacks. The lawsuit alleges that members of the government of Saudi Arabia provided critical financial and logistical support to the 9/11 hijackers prior to September 11, 2001. This is the first case to proceed under the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act, passed by Congress in 2016.

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APUSH: American History Chapter 30 Review Video

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Why So Many Stars Quit Law And Order

For two decades, Law & Order ruled over procedural dramas. The series, which centered on “two separate, yet equally important groups” — the police and the district attorneys of New York City, has had a long-lasting influence over American primetime television. Over the course of its 20-year run, Law & Order has been responsible for launching seven spin-off series and a TV movie. It’s also launched the careers of dozens of stars.

With nearly every episode focusing on a new crime, the number of actors who appeared on the show was astounding. Even series regulars would generally only have a season or two before their characters were replaced. But why’d they really quit? Here’s the reason behind some of the biggest Law & Order stars’ departures.

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Chris Noth couldn't get paid | 0:00
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Fred Thompson ran for president | 1:59
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Jesse Martin went to Broadway | 4:19
George Dzundza didn't like commuting | 5:14
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Dann Florek and Richard Brooks | 7:00
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Elizabeth Rohm planned dramatic exit | 8:57
Paul Sorvino left to sing | 9:56
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The Rise of Conservatism: Crash Course US History #41

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In which John Green teaches you about the rise of the conservative movement in United States politics. So, the sixties are often remembered for the liberal changes that the decade brought to America, but lest you forget, Richard Nixon was elected to the presidency during the sixties. The conservative movement didn't start with Nixon though. Modern conservatism really entered mainstream consciousness during the 1964 presidential contest between incumbent president and Kennedy torch-bearer Lyndon B Johnson, and Republican senator Barry Goldwater. While Goldwater never had a shot in the election, he used the campaign to talk about all kinds of conservative ideas. At the same time, several varying groups, including libertarian conservatives and moral conservatives, began to work together. Goldwater's trailblazing and coalition building would pay off in 1968 when Richard Nixon was elected to the White House, and politics changed forever when Nixon resigned over the Watergate scandal. You'll also learn about the ERA, , EPA, OSHA, the NTSB, and several other acronyms and initialisms.

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Worst Examples of Media Manipulation (50 Years Plus)

The Media has been lying to people for years, usually to get us into war. There are countless examples throughout history about this. This video will detail many instances of misinformation and manipulation by the media. Bitcoin is in the midst of a financial war and the media cannot be trusted. After this video, you will understand the history of media manipulation.

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2003 Federal Judicial Center gov.ntis.ava21277vnb1 4493-V/03 Federal Judicial Center - Public outreach takes a variety of forms. Court to Court visits a district court (D. Nev.) to see how monthly cultural performances help foster a relationship with the community. A Moment In Court History recounts the treason trial of Aaron Burr, a former U.S. Vice President, and its impact on judicialexecutive relations. Clerks office staff of the combined district and bankruptcy clerks office (W.D. Mo.) share their insights about successful telecommuting.

Democrat | Gore Vidal Interview | US Politics | Afternoon plus | 1981

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PART 2 The Legacy of Watergate: The Media - Did the System Work? with Woodward and Bernstein at UT

Watergate and the Media: Did the System Work? is discussed by Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein in this taping from the University of Texas at Austin's College of Communication. Also weighing in on the discussion is College of Communication Dean Roderick P. Hart; Rich Oppel, editor of the Austin American Statesman and David Oshinsky, professor of history.

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Radio News 1-24-73: Mafia Tax Convictions, Taxi Swindle, Watergate Defense Angers Judge

Radio newscast, Jan. 24, 1973, WOR New York City. Mafia defendant Aniello Dellacroce -- said to be close associate of Carlo Gambino -- convicted with others of tax evasion. Gypsy taxicab owners swindled in car insurance scam; Brooklyn DA Eugene Gold announces arrest. [Gold much later admitted child molestation.] Watergate Judge John Sirica is angered by defense argument in Watergate trial of James McCord. Defense lawyer wanted to argue that McCord acted to protect Nixon from demonstrators during 1972 presidential election campaign.

Vidalotry #8: Gore's Watergate Fix

In Episode Eight, Vidalotry explores Gore Vidal's fascination with the downfall of Richard Nixon. Host Ryan Breegle looks at Gore's early wariness of Nixon, the play he wrote using words directly from the President's mouth, and Gore's suspicions that were finally proven correct.

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Berlin, A Green Archipelago - Sebastien Marot

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In 1977 Oswald Matthias Ungers (OMU) and Rem Koolhaas (OMA) collaborated on the project/manifesto ‘The City in the City: Berlin, A Green Archipelago’, which is considered to be the hybrid and ultimate fruit of their interaction. Following the recent critical re-edition he has produced of that text (together with Florian Hertweck at Lars Müller Publishers, 2013), Sébastien Marot will sort through the ingredients the two architects and their collaborators (Hans Kollhoff, Arthur Ovaska and Peter Riemann) invested in this collective endeavour.

Sébastien Marot, a philosopher by training, has taught at many schools of architecture and landscape design in Europe and North America, and currently teaches environmental history at the École d'Architecture de la Ville et des Territoires in Marne La Vallée, Paris. Chief editor of Le Visiteur from 1995 to 2003, he has launched Marnes: documents d'architecture.



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