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Jul 9, 2017 7:30pm EDT
district in the house of representatives. under president george w. bush, he served as undersecretary of commerce and as the director of u.s. trademark office for many years he was at the university law school. overnight ben stein became one of the most famous people in america because of his ability to repeat one word in so many inflections. bueller. [applause] while he so often noted for that, he's an author, actor, economist, attorney, tv pundit. he served in the white house as a speechwriter for presidents nixon and among his many important assignment was writing the groundbreaking healthcare message to congress in 1974. thank you. [applause] i would also like to recognize frank who joins us today, a white house fellow that became a special assistant to the president. he led the design and construction of the library which has received two national awards and hopefully a third next month in new york. he currently acts as a special advisor to the richard nixon foundation. [applause] when i make a reference to the reunion there are two other very important individuals
CSPAN
Jul 30, 2017 3:45pm EDT
california 27th district in the house of representatives. under president george w. bush, he was the undersecretary of commerce and that's director of u.s. patent and trademark office. he has taught the kaplan university lawsuit. overnight ben stein became a famous person in america because he was able to repeat one word in so many reflections. buehler. while he is so often noted for the hi is an author, actor, activist, attorney, and a pun did. he was a white house speaker writer fog president nixon. he protest the groundbreaking nixon health care message to congress in 1974. thank you. [applause] identity at like to recognize frank yanna. a white house fellow who became a special assistant to the president. he co-led the design and construction of the new nixon library which has received two national awards already and hopefully a third next month in new york. frank currently acts as spender adviser to the richard nixon foundation. frank? [applause] >> then i make a reference to the union. two other very special individuals i want you to meet and honor. they both joined the staff o
CSPAN
Jul 15, 2017 8:01am EDT
the bench jim represented california and house of representatives. under president george w. bush he served as undersecretary of commerce and as the director of us patent and trademark office. for many years he has taught at the chapman university law school. overnight, ben stein became one of the most famous people in america because of his ability to repeat one word in so many inflections, bueller. [applause]. >> while he so often is noted for that, he's an author, actor, economist, eternity, tv pundit and he served in the white house as a speechwriter for president nixon and among his incitements was routing the healthcare message to congress in 1974. thank you. [applause]. i would like to recognize frank gannon who joins us today. frank was a white house fellow that became special assistant to the president and code lead the design and construction of the new nixon library, which has received two national awards already and hopefully a third next month in new york. frank currently access special advisor to the richard nixon foundation. frank. .mac-- [applause]. >> when i write--
CSPAN
Jul 8, 2017 11:01pm EDT
district in house of representatives. under president george w. bush he served as under secretary of commerce and director of u.s. patent for trade mark office for many years jim has taught at the university law school. overnight tim became one of the most payments people in america because of his ability to repeat one word in so many inflections -- [applause] while he so often noted to that -- he's an author, actor, christ, attorney, pundit served as speech writer for president nick sewn and gliding ground breaking nixon health care message to congress in 1974. thank you. but also like to recognize frank who joins us today. frank was a white house fellow that became a special assistant to the president. he coled the designing construction of the new nixon library which has received two national awards already and hopefully a third next month in new york. frank currently acts as special advisor to the richard nixon foundation. frank. [applause] which i make to reference to reunion there's two individuals i want you to meet and honor they both join the staff of senator richard nixon w
CSPAN
Aug 14, 2017 1:02am EDT
in the house of representatives under george to be bush serving as undersecretary of commerce as the director of u.s. patent trademark office over nine ben stein became the ability to repeat one word with inflexions with the word buhler while he is so often noted a popular at but economists rand attorney serving as a speechwriter for president nixon many was writing that health care message to congress in 1974. as a white house fellow special assistant to the president had design and construction of the library that has received two national awards already currently accept a special advisor to the richard nixon foundation. [applause] when making a reference to reunion there are two rather special individuals and when you to meet the both joined the staff of nixon 1951 working with his personal secretary since then mainstays of every campaign in close president to the family clearly was with the foundation from 1990 until she retired remaining the assistant treasurer. with their combined loyalty and dedication guided and inspired generations we're delighted they are with us today. and
CSPAN
Aug 8, 2017 5:52am EDT
where president bush vetoed, 51-37 so i went to george and we did as well and then came supertuesday, eight primaries and i was wiped out in all eight. we were feeling down as i called up president nixon and he came on the line, said mister president, 10 for 10, not bad. he said buchanan, you are the only extremist i know with a sense of humor. thank you very much, appreciate it. [applause] >> thank you. pat has agreed to answer some of your questions but before he does i want to plug the book. they are available for order in the colonnade. first question. >> the first four months over here, on the right. >> go ahead. >> in the first four months of the administration, nixon's final speech when he resigned, said things like people you hate don't win unless you hate them and destroy yourself and never be petty and he was telling people like monica crowley, he was asking why did i go through and others won't learn from my mistakes. are you afraid the current president is doing things like that, stick it in and twist it with relish. >> i think donald trump has gotten the worst media i ha
CSPAN
Jul 23, 2017 6:00am EDT
about george wallace and how much he was inspired by wallace access work past democrats. >>. >> we're talking about governor wallace. well, we went with nixon, but wallace, wallace in 1964 had come out of alabama and were not the democratic primaries. >> did tremendously well in wisconsin and indiana and maryland. i think he won a majority of the white vote in maryland coming out as a governor and he stood it off as basically it was anti-civil rights laws and things were being imposed on the south. and wallace then in 68 of course ran as a democrat. you wasn't goingto run as a party candidate in 68 . but wallace appeal, there was no doubt about it. he had an enormous appeal that rick nixon recognized and it was populist and the longer wallace was around from 1964, 68, the more it added to his repertoire and he was talking about you know, he gave audiences and would say i know some four letterwords to . wor k and soap. so wallace was starting to move people along those lines and there's no doubt the boats wallace got where the boat we wanted to get. but next had a position on civil rig
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