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  • 'Liberty'

    Most Americans would probably agree with the 19th century abolitionist Wendell Phillips that "eternal vigilance is the price of liberty." But our vigilance has been erratic, and we have paid the price for our inattention. This nation's history is littered...
  • 'Pursuit of happiness'

    In a treatise on government published in 1690, British philosopher John Locke laid out an argument for property rights that would resonate on the far side of the Atlantic. Although God gave the fruit of the land to all people in common, Locke wrote,...
  • 'The powers of the earth'

    Democratic states are usually depicted on political maps using the color blue, but a more logical choice would be green. On environmental issues, the Democratic presidential candidates behave not so much as individuals as they do a bloc; though they...
  • China, helicopters and genocide

    Leaders of The Save Darfur Coalition met with The Times' editorial board last month to discuss the situation on the ground in Sudan — and what the world should (but isn't) doing about it. Here's a partial transcript of remarks by Amir Osman, the group's...
  • Fresh starts for Clinton, McCain in New Hampshire primary

    Fresh starts for Clinton, McCain in New Hampshire primary
    Powered by women voters and the Democratic faithful, Hillary Rodham Clinton rallied to a surprise victory Tuesday in the New Hampshire presidential primary, echoing the 1992 comeback that launched her husband to the White House. Barack Obama, the...
  • Kerry endorses Obama

    John Kerry, the Democratic Party's 2004 standard-bearer, endorsed Barack Obama for president today, dashing the hopes of onetime running mate John Edwards and delivering a blow to his other Senate colleague, Hillary Rodham Clinton. Meanwhile, New...
  • Clinton, Obama court Gloria Molina

    Bill has called for Hillary. Antonio has called for Hillary. Barack's people have called, though he has not personally phoned yet. He probably will, though. After all, Los Angeles County Supervisor Gloria Molina could be an important arrow in a...
  • Touring Gov. Bill Richardson's New Mexico

    Touring Gov. Bill Richardson's New Mexico
  • North Korean labor camps a ghastly prospect for U.S. journalists

    North Korea's sentencing of two American TV journalists to 12 years of hard labor Monday could imperil the Obama administration's already difficult goal of curtailing the authoritarian nation's nuclear weapons ambitions. If no deal is reached, the two...