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Latest John Mitchell Items
It was supposed to be a gross mismatch: Richard Nixon, America's only living former president, the keen debater and master of realpolitik, widely credited with having orchestrated the Watergate cover-up, versus David Frost, a Briton.
The firestorm commenced by the revelation of the execution of a search warrant on the personal email server of my Fox News colleague James Rosen continues to rage.
Few presidents in modern times have been as interested in gun control as Richard Nixon, of all people. He proposed ridding the market of Saturday night specials, contemplated banning handguns altogether and refused to pander to gun owners by feigning interest in their weapons.
Everything about the BCS championship between No. 1 Notre Dame and No. 2 Alabama seems larger than life.
It was hard for everyone around the Washington Capitals not to feel a little sickening deja vu. A high-sticking double minor on Joel Ward led to a Game 5 collapse, and then Jeff Halpern let his stick get loose and drew blood from New York Rangers forward John Mitchell in the second period of Game 6 on Wednesday night.
We've had some unusual Cabinet secretaries in past administrations - Earl Butz, John Mitchell and James G. Watt come to mind - but never anything quite like the present bunch.
Thomas Mallon, author of eight well-regarded novels and seven works of nonfiction, has written the first significant historical fiction novel centered in the scandal that forced Richard Nixon to resign the presidency.
Consider the plight of young John Mitchell in 1973. On the eve of acquiring his driver's license and about to go off to Lake Braddock High School in Annandale, he didn't have a car.
Remembering the good times he had going to high school in an antique Chevrolet that he and his father had rebuilt gave Dr. John Mitchell an idea.