Don Fulsom

Sep 12, 2009
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Jack Anderson Richard Nixon detested syndicated reporter Jack Anderson and put right at the top of his “enemies list.” When Nixon-ordered CIA and FBI volunteered surveillance of the muckraker failed to dig up any dirt, the plot to assassinate Anderson took on a life of its...
Sep 12, 2009
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Sen. Edward Kennedy Chappaquiddick was a bonanza for the Kennedy-hating Nixon, who tried many tactics to catch Ted Kennedy in an extra-marital affair in order to derail his anticipated 1972 presidential bid. by Don Fulsom In the summer of 1969, President Richard Nixon...
Sep 12, 2009
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Updated Feb. 23, 2010 Frank Sinatra Both Nixon and Sinatra had deep ties to the Mafia. It was only natural that after President John Kennedy dumped Sinatra that Ole Blue Eyes hooked up with the biggest politician in the Mob’s pocket. Sinatra hung around with Nixon and...
Sep 11, 2009
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August 19, 2009Ellen Rometsch  The most potentially damaging woman in the President’s stable of beautiful sex partners was Ellen Rometsch, a 27-year-old pricey Washington hooker and Elizabeth Taylor look-alike. Born in what had become East Germany, Rometsch was also...
Sep 11, 2009
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Charles Gregory “Bebe” Rebozo and Richard Nixon Bebe Rebozo came in and out of the Nixon White House as he pleased, without being logged in by the Secret Service. At 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, he had his own private office with a telephone and a designated bedroom always at...
Sep 11, 2009
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Aug 21, 2009 J. Edgar Hoover J. Edgar’s Hoover’s homosexuality compromised him and made him vulnerable to blackmail by the Mafia.  Attorney General Robert Kennedy’s crackdown on the Mob put Hoover between a rock and a hard place. by Don Fulsom J. Edgar Hoover...
Apr 24, 2009
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December 30, 2008  Richard Nixon Treason is the highest crime an American can commit against his country. And that's what one president accused his successor of committing.  by Don Fulsom  Richard Nixon's treason to scuttle President Lyndon Johnson's 1968...

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