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Bill Clinton

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  • Commentary: How the red states turned blue

    There was a time when progressive people who wanted vast social change were unhappy with the two major political parties of the day, the Democrats and the Whigs. Neither party would take a firm stand against slavery, an institution which an ever growing number of people wished to abolish. In 1854 concerned citizens and politicians met in Ripon, Wis. and the modern Republican Party was born.
  • Steinberg: Manziel should go No. 1

    The final phase of NFL scouting has begun. Many of the teams are now flying prospects to their complexes to get a closer look. The collegiate career, All-Star games, scouting combine, and on-campus pro scouting days are all complete. This final phase...

    Commentary: Our independence guarantees religious freedom

    As we commemorate our nation's Independence Day, we should also celebrate our shared freedom of religion, which is bestowed upon each of us by the United States Constitution, and which is also reflected in the constitutions of all 50 states. Notably,...

    Lobdell: Statue doesn't belong in Castaways

    President Ronald Reagan won another landslide victory this week. The Newport Beach City Council voted 5 to 2 to plop down a privately-funded Reagan statue in Castaways Park. The council ignored its own — and apparently inconvenient —...

    Mailbag: Costa Mesa should outsource

    Because of the monopoly they have on providing services to residents, most municipal governments provide those services at too great a cost. If municipal governments had competition, free market forces would determine the cost of those services. That...