| ||It's time for Clinton to stanch old wound
As one of his last acts in office, President Clinton should commute American Indian leader Leonard Peltier's sentence and let him go home. Peltier is still in the maximum security Leavenworth Penitentiary, convicted of having approached two wounded FBI agents and shooting them at close range. Evidence and circumstances argue otherwise.
Deemer's good work call for follow-through
The state should build on the work of departing Film Office manager Georgette Deemer and expand our reputation as a place where good weather and a friendly regulatory environment make it a logical home for the film industry.
Akaka bill a boondoogle
Native Hawaiians would be given short shrift in legislation designed to benefit the few, says Eugene F. Douglass, a former candidate for U.S. Senate.