John Lennon & Richard Nixon (The John Lennon Story, Chapter 2)
Blood on the Tracks: The John Lennon Story
As John Lennon becomes the most famous political dissident in America, President Richard Nixon becomes increasingly paranoid. Nixon defends his legacy as well as the lengths to which his administration went in order to silence the rabble rousing ex-Beatle. Nixon’s own fears led him to believe that John wouldn’t just sway the youth vote, but that he would violently disrupt the country. Nixon’s tales include wiretaps, riots, and even the Godfather himself, James Brown.For more info on BLOOD ON THE TRACKS and other great shows, visit the Double Elvis website and follow Double Elvis on Twitter and Instagram. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Richard Nixon's Address to the Nation Announcing His Resignation | August 8, 1974
This American President
On August 8, 1974, President Nixon addressed the country to announce his resignation as President of the United States. In his address he concludes that it is evident he no longer has a strong enough political base in Congress to justify continuing his efforts to carry out his term. He acknowledges that the interests of the nation should come before personal considerations. He concedes that America needs a full-time President and full-time Congress and that it would be a distraction for him to continue as President. He ends by advocating for future peace among nations abroad and prosperity, justice, and opportunity for all at home. This is a part of a series of bonus episodes featuring full length presidential speeches.GET PREMIUM⭐Get this episode ad-free at for only $5/month⭐FOLLOW USFacebook | Instagram | Twitterlinktr.ee/thisamericanpresidentCREDITSHost: Richard LimProducer: Michael NealScript Editor: Jennifer MazzellaProduction Intern: Kolyo VanchevContent Intern: Melina SpatharisArtist: Nip Rogers, NipRogers.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Richard Nixon - Pioneer of Polarization | Ken Hughes
You Don't Have to Yell
Ken Hughes of the University of Virginia discusses how Richard Nixon used the Vietnam War to polarize the American electorate, secure reelection, and turn America from a center left country to a center right one. In this conversation, we learn how much of US politics is about governing by misdirection, and the repercussions it can have for years to come.
Almost 50 years after the resignation of President Richard Nixon, there is still much to learn from recently released tapes, of the lies, burglary and backstabbing surrounding Watergate. With Michael Dobbs, former Washington Post journalist, and author of King Richard.
Almost fifty years after the event, there is still much to reveal about the downfall of US President Richard Nixon. After a landslide re-election in 1972, it took just 100 days for his presidency to unravel amidst lies, burglary, backstabbing, counter-claims and senate committee hearings. So was Nixon a classical tragic figure or not?
Richard Nixon's "Silent Majority" Speech on the Vietnam War | November 3, 1969
This American President
On November 3, 1969, Richard Nixon delivered this address to the nation on the war in Vietnam. In this speech he assures the American people that he is taking all necessary measures to push towards peace and end the Vietnam War. He does not advocate withdrawing troops, but instead negotiating peace. President Nixon remains sympathetic to the American call for peace but pushes forward with steadfast intention to end the war and ensure stability in South Vietnam, seeking the support of the great silent majority. This is a part of a series of bonus episodes featuring full length presidential speeches.GET PREMIUM⭐Get this episode ad-free at for only $5/month⭐FOLLOW USFacebook | Instagram | Twitterlinktr.ee/thisamericanpresidentCREDITSHost: Richard LimProducer: Michael NealArtist: Nip Rogers, NipRogers.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
#004 Is sending a photo of Richard Nixon classed as a Dick Pick?
Ok Smart Ass
Patrick comes to the conclusion he will never own a jetpack whilst Tor suggests he should place an order for a flying car instead. We find out that more people than you think are sexting and sending nude pics and we offer advice on the best way to hide a tattoo - an analogue and a digital solution. Visit oksmartass.com to leep up to date on nerd stuff.
Richard Nixon's First Inaugural Address | January 20, 1969
This American President
On January 20, 1969, Richard Nixon delivered his first inaugural address—the culmination of one of the greatest comebacks in American political history. After losing the 1960 election to John F. Kennedy and then the 1962 California gubernatorial election, Nixon's political career was all but over. Although history remembers him as a controversial president, in this speech, he sought to unite a country in turmoil, ravaged by racial and generational divisions.This is the first in a series of bonus episodes featuring full length speeches featured in our regular episodes.⭐Get this episode ad-free for only $5/month⭐LinksFacebook: facebook.com/ThisAmerPresInstagram: instagram.com/thisamericanpresidentTwitter: twitter.com/ThisAmerPresHome: thisamericanpresident.comCreditsHost: Richard LimProducer: Michael NealArtist: Nip Rogers, NipRogers.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
PRACTICING PHARMACY WHILE BLACK: DEA, “IN THE BEGINING THERE WAS RICHARD NIXON PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA”
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Join Erin Coyle and Redd Jefferson as they discuss the juiciest rumors and hottest gossip surrounding former president, RICHARD NIXON! We cover: -Whether he was hot OR not -Why he ate dog food -His hidden sexual desires We are a gossip podcast. Nothing on this podcast should be taken seriously. thanks. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lotradpodcast