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Among those who attending the official dedication in 1970 were Vice President Spiro Agnew and some 10,000 visitors. The area remained ...
In 1996, former Vice President Spiro T. Agnew died in Berlin, Maryland, at age 77. In 1997, a U.N. helicopter slammed into a fog-shrouded ...
In 1996, former Vice President Spiro T. Agnew died in Berlin, Maryland, at age 77. In 1997, a U.N. helicopter slammed into a fog-shrouded ...
Five years ago: Republican Mitt Romney tried to head off a new distraction for his presidential campaign after a video surfaced showing him ...
In 1996, former Vice President Spiro T. Agnew died in Berlin, Maryland, at age 77. In 1997, a U.N. helicopter slammed into a fog-shrouded ...
Spiro Agnew declaring a state of emergency "as looting, window smashings, fires and other disorders erupted following the fatal shooting of a ...
Even Richard Nixon got surrogates, such as Vice President Spiro Agnew, to do most of his dirty work. This president seems to relish personally ...
Donald Trump's mounting assaults on the free and independent press are enough to make me wax nostalgic for Spiro Agnew. When Richard ...
In fact, no one has improved on what Spiro Agnew said in a famous speech in Des Moines, Iowa, in November 1969, or even really said ...
Donald Trump's mounting assaults on the free and independent press are enough to make me wax nostalgic for Spiro Agnew. When Richard ...
Mr. Safier, who resides in New York City, also has played other famous people on stage: John Adams, Spiro Agnew, Albert Einstein, and ...
Donald Trump's mounting assaults on the free and independent press are enough to make me wax nostalgic for Spiro Agnew. When Nixon's ...
... Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison and the author of The Client Decides; he was a principal lawyer for Vice President Spiro Agnew.
Ford became vice president under Nixon after Spiro Agnew left the post. Then, when Nixon stepped down as president, Ford took over as ...
1974 US Vice President Gerald Ford, who had replaced Spiro Agnew, assumes the Office of the President after Richard Nixon resigns; Ford ...
... as Nixon's Watergate scandal intensified, to ask if Ford would be Nixon's vice president and succeed Spiro Agnew, who had stepped down.
On May 9, 1970, workers prepare for Vice President Spiro T. Agnew's dedication of Stone Mountain, a memorial to leaders of the Confederacy.
And in 1976, Gerald Ford, who had been selected for the vice-presidency after Spiro Agnew resigned and then moved up the presidency when ...
Jim Henle identified this advice from President Richard M. Nixon, in response to a question about then vice president Spiro Agnew during a press conference on ...
... insurance policy: the widespread belief his inexperienced vice president, Spiro Agnew, was unfit to be president in the midst of the Cold War.
... the first vice president to resign his office, because of disagreements with President Andrew Jackson, and Spiro Agnew was the second.
Vice President Spiro T. Agnew refutes allegations that he was involved in political payoffs during a capital news conference Wednesday, Aug.
8, 1974, Vice President Spiro Agnew calls allegations that he took ... In 1973, Vice President Spiro T. Agnew branded as "damned lies" reports ...
After passing in the House, the bill was deadlocked in the Senate until then-Vice President Spiro Agnew cast the tie-breaking vote to pass the ...
On August 7, 1973, the Wall Street Journal published a startling story: Spiro Agnew, elected in 1968 as Richard Nixon's Vice-President, was ...
On August 7, 1973, the Wall Street Journal published a startling story: Spiro Agnew, elected in 1968 as Richard Nixon's Vice-President, was ...
After years of legal wrangling, Congress again cleared the way, but not before former Vice President Spiro Agnew (R) cast the tie-breaking vote ...
He ignored them, Spiro Agnew frequently mocked them, and their role was subsumed by the "court evangelicals" who took part in President ...
... perpetual whining about the liberal media that they've been running scared since before Spiro Agnew took his last bribe as vice president.
Editor, Not since the erudite then later feloniously challenged Vice President Spiro Agnew opined that our national press establishment was ...
FILE - In this Jan. 22, 1971, file photo, Vice President Spiro T. Agnew, left, presents the first Lombardi Award to Ohio State defensive tackle Jim ...
Vice President Mike Pence's decision to hire his own lawyer for the special counsel investigation into alleged ties between Donald Trump's ...
In 1996, former Vice President Spiro T. Agnew died in Berlin, Maryland, at age 77. In 1997, a U.N. helicopter slammed into a fog-shrouded ...
"Also attending the funeral services were Vice President Spiro Agnew, Sen. Ted Kennedy and the Democratic nominee for President, George ...
Richard Nixon's best safeguard against impeachment was Vice President Spiro Agnew because congressional Democrats so loathed Agnew.
Spiro Agnew said journalists were "nattering nabobs of negativism" (a precursor to "fake news?") and a new word was introduced into the lexicon after presidential candidate John Kerry was "swiftboated.
The essay excoriated the organization, a club frequented by Washington journalists and politicians, for applauding gross displays of racial offensiveness - including a sketch that featured Vice President Spiro T. Agnew singing ''Dixie'' as a tribute ...
The essay excoriated the organization, a club frequented by Washington journalists and politicians, for applauding gross displays of racial offensiveness - including a sketch that featured Vice President Spiro T. Agnew singing "Dixie" as a tribute to ...
... the House; his similar complaint against then-Congresswoman Geraldine Ferraro helped to discredit her in the 1984 presidential election; and a law suit he orchestrated forced former vice president Spiro T. Agnew to return the money he had taken in ...
The U.S. Senate had approved the pipeline on a 77-20 vote on July 17, 1973, after Nixon's Vice President, Spiro Agnew, cast a vote to break a 49-49 tie on a measure that immunized the privately built pipeline from further court challenges: that vote, ...
I suppose selling oneself to the highest bidder is not so different than cheating, lying and committing fraud on one's tax returns to enrich oneself.
At a meeting of NSC officials, Vice President Spiro Agnew recommended that the administration stop "pussyfooting," and Nixon, not to be outdone at manly chest-beating, expanded the scope of the invasion.
THE PRESS. President Trump has mounted an all-out assault on the mainstream media, an attack even stronger than the one mounted by President Richard M. Nixon and Vice President Spiro T. Agnew at the end of the 1960s and the beginning of the 1970s.
A Burlington Northern employee appreciation ring for employment - silver band/green gem, valued at $25; a Spiro Agnew novelty watch from 1970's cartoon, with a picture of Spiro Agnew - white face, red/white/blue band, valued at $20; and a commemorative ...
25) ignited an alliterative 1970 flashback and spirited ClimateScare response - "Nattering Nabobs of Negativism" (Denier) from Jill Wintersteen on March 4. ("Nattering Nabobs" was coined by wordsmith William Safire for a 1970 Spiro Agnew speech).
"He's certainly not Spiro Agnew. And he's not Dick Cheney. But he's no Mondale. Or Gore. I mean that in a process way as much as philosophically.
Long ago the former United States Vice-President Spiro Agnew said: "If you've seen one city slum, you've seen them all" as his excuse for shirking that task - not politically correct even then (and the Maryland Republican lost his job for other ...
Richard Nixon, with Watergate looming and Vice President Spiro Agnew forced to resign in an unrelated scandal, chose Gerald Ford under the 25th amendment to become Vice President.
Alongside the unspooling Watergate scandal, U.S. attorneys in Baltimore had the goods on Spiro Agnew, the sitting vice president.
The Congress is divided as seldom before. Donald J. Trump is remaking the profile of the presidency. The press is under attack. The notion of free speech on campus is under siege.


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