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This has rarely been a tranquil nation. Born in revolution, tested by civil war, energized by protest, the United States has survived turmoil even as it has pursued its constitutional mandate to ensure tranquillity. Today, that elusive sense of domestic...
For lack of a better word, the United States is getting tagged as an "empire" from all quarters. Indeed, it's been a century since the notion of an American empire got such wide circulation, and back then Washington truly had designs on such expansion....
Idon't know if life begins at conception. I don't really know what "life" means. Consciousness? Possessing a soul? Well, if consciousness defines the issue, then life surely does not begin at conception. Not even the most adamant pro-lifer claims...
You are embarrassing yourselves. With your "Yes We Can" music video, your "Fired Up, Ready to Go" song, your endless chatter about how he's the first one to inspire you, to make you really feel something -- it's as if you're tacking photos of Barack Obama...
Tags: Key West, Elections, Iowa, Hillary Clinton, Peter Sellers
When a Republican-controlled House of Representatives impeached Bill Clinton, U.S. Rep. Robert Wexler stood foursquare behind the former president, telling anyone who would listen that Clinton was the victim of a political lynching. Now, Wexler has...
Tribune political reporterThe Democratic presidential contenders used a debate before an Iowa audience Sunday to try to buttress their rallying call for changing the country's direction as they questioned Sen. Barack Obama's experience and argued over how best to leave Iraq....
Times Staff WriterWASHINGTON — For front-runners Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barack Obama, Florida looked to be a major battleground in the 2008 Democratic presidential nomination. With its big, sprawling population, the state was a natural for high-profile candidates...
Sources: Tribune staff and news services, candidates’ statementsDEMOCRATS Delaware Sen. Joe Biden: Wants to expand health insurance for children and for catastrophic care, look to states for ideas on moving toward universal coverage. New York Sen. Hillary Clinton: Seeks mandatory universal coverage. Tax credits...
Tags: Sam Brownback, Massachusetts, Employers, Medicare, New Mexico
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterHarrington, Wash. "That door," he says with dramatic pause. "That door weighs 4,000 pounds. It's been reinforced to withstand a nuclear blast." Peter Davenport has a radio voice, the kind of exaggerated baritone that cuts through walls and most doors,...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterWASHINGTON -- With the release of Michael Moore's "Sicko," a movie once again is adding sizzle to an issue that's a high priority for liberal politicians -- this time comprehensive health insurance for all. But unlike Al Gore's film on global warming,...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterHillary Rodham Clinton, Barack Obama and John Edwards have been sniping at each other for months over healthcare, but there's one thing the top Democratic presidential candidates agree on: Americans of all ages should have the choice of buying a...
For a university with a legion of Nobel Prize winners and an impressive list of alumni who sit on various corporate boards and the like, University of California, Berkeley has been down on its luck lately. The campus that nurtured my academic curiosity...
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