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  • Mailbag: Male bias colors position on women's rights

    I simply must respond to the Brian Moerning's letter in Mailbag ("Letter on Roe vs. Wade discounts millions of lives," Sept. 6) When anyone speaks of "tens of millions of babies killed," I always wonder what would have become of them. If born to welfare mothers, would they have become welfare recipients themselves, and produced twenties of millions of welfare recipients?
  • Nixon's legacy, warts and all, lives on

    Nixon's legacy, warts and all, lives on
    Darlene Sky has been a docent at the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum for 17 years. She loves the place. "I have two sons, and I tell them they should take their dates there," said Sky, a former high school history teacher and flight...

    Mailbag: Ill-conceived talking points clutter abortion debate

    I believe reasonable people can disagree about the extent to which abortion should be permitted in a just, free and humane society. However, some of the arguments advanced to justify the more absolutist, pro-abortion positions require a great deal of...

    Newport will pay group homes $5.25 million settlement

    The seven-year lawsuit between three group homes and Newport Beach over the city's ordinance regulating recovery homes has ended in a multi-million-dollar settlement, City Attorney Aaron Harp announced Tuesday night. The City Council voted unanimously...

    Commentary: Supporters of gay rights should avoid the GOP

    In 1854 residents of Ripon, Ill., helped form the Republican Party. They were abolitionists who stood squarely for civil rights in an era when many people lived in slavery. The Grand Old Party championed the rights of slaves and women. The Great...