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"The other curious thing about the Hiss case is the psychology of believing that Hiss was a spy, which requires abandoning much of what we know about rational thought." — Newspaper columnist Molly Ivins in 1996 I knew that my Alger Hiss column...
Dr. Bernard Nathanson, an obstetrician who was a leading champion of the abortion rights movement until he switched sides and vaulted to prominence as the narrator of the grisly anti-abortion film "The Silent Scream," died Monday at his New York City...
Tags: Abortion, Obituaries, Sexual Health, Politics, Abortion Issue
The Big PictureOne of the great things about getting a chance to read history is that you quickly learn that the more things change, the more they stay the same. Liberals spend an inordinate amount of time brooding over the formidable media......
Special to the Los Angeles TimesIn his cogent, nuanced account of the 1949 prosecution of American communists under the Smith Act, former Los Angeles Times staff writer Scott Martelle sees this case fitting into a troubling pattern. From the Alien and Sedition Acts of 1798 to the...
- August 4: Chris Robeling, Zev Chafets, author of Rush Limbaugh: An Army of One, and Richard Reinsch, author of Whittaker Chambers:The Spirit of a Counterrevolutionary discuss the history and the current state of Conservatism in America. - August 5:...
Fifty-eight years ago today, Alger Hiss -- the defendant in an emblematic Cold War prosecution once called "the trial of the century" -- began serving a federal prison sentence for perjury. Until his death in 1996, Hiss maintained that he had never been a...
Reverend Clergy all, Senator Hawkins, distinguished members of the Florida congressional delegation, and all of you: I can't tell you how you have warmed my heart with your welcome. I'm delighted to be here today. Those of you in the National...
Tags: Abortion, Florida, Obituaries, Politics, Gerald Henry
William P. Rogers, the secretary of State who was eclipsed, and eventually replaced, by Henry A. Kissinger during Richard M. Nixon's presidency, died Tuesday night. He was 87. Rogers died at Suburban Hospital in Bethesda, Md. The cause of death was...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterRichard Nixon, who strode the world stage for decades and was the only American President to resign his office to avoid impeachment, died Friday night, four days after suffering a stroke. He was 81 years old. A spokesman said Nixon, the nation's 37th...
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