Strange New Respect
"Richard Nixon -- the last great liberal," writes Douglas E. Schoen on the 100th anniversary of Nixon's birth date. Schoen's bio states that he "has served as a pollster for President Bill Clinton and is currently working with New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg," in a piece at Fox News today.
(Speaking of the latter man, I wonder if George W. Bush will also be awarded strange new respect from the left, in a decade or four?)
Related: At Commentary, Jonathan S. Tobin explores "The Lessons Of Nixonian Politics," but as Victor Lasky wrote in one of the best books of the period regarding corruption in Washington in general, and the War on Nixon specifically, It Didn't Start With Watergate.