Yes, I’m talking about the mail delivery service. IT GETS PRETTY WILD.
Frost, known his 1977 interview with former President Richard Nixon, passed away Saturday.
A recently released tape from 1973 features Nixon slurring his words as Reagan pledges to stand behind him in the midst of the Watergate Scandal.
On August 9, 1974, Nixon quit the most important job in the world.
Most celebrities consider it an honor to do a voice on The Simpsons, but not everyone is so eager. Here are 32 actors, musicians, and politicians who either turned down a role on the show or were cut from their episode.
Looking back 45 years at one of the most turbulent years in modern history. (Warning: graphic images)
As if you needed another reason to love the show — history lessons!
The lost meeting between two of the twentieth century’s most tragic figures.
In 1972, President Nixon called future Vice-President Biden to offer his condolences on the death of Biden’s wife and young child in a tragic car accident.
Forget the iPhone cases and tote bags Obama and Romney are hawking, 1976 was the best year for campaign goodies. Ok, so Ford lost that year, but his supporters looked good.
Roger Stone is shocked, shocked.
From Ford on the Cold War to Reagan’s charm. Some of the greatest hits, show-downs, and flops from the last 50 years of presidential debates, courtesy of the Miller Center archives.
A speech was prepared by Nixon’s speechwriter William Safire in case of a tragedy that, thankfully, never occurred.
“Someday let me see you again? In September? Maybe? You’re pretty swell regardless.” Not too shabby, Dick.
Where have I seen this turnip before?
What should you expect from President-elect Obama’s first 100 days in office? Check out his predecessors’ records using GOOD Magazine’s handy chart, mapping 11 of the past Presidents, their Inaugural speech’s promises, and their resulting accomplishments within the first 100 days of their terms. After perusing the chart, I just have one question: “WTF Nixon???”