|Clinton leaves flawed yet impressive record
Bill Clinton has in large measure assured our childrens and grandchildrens fiscal future, where previous presidents had mortgaged it. Yet it was impossible to view his farewell speech without a strong sense that something was missing.
'People power' again rescues Philippines
Just as they did when they overthrew President Ferdinand Marcos in 1986, the people of Manila and other cities again massively seized the reins of power and deposed President Joseph Estrada.
State GOP must wield its power carefully
If you happen to be a Democrat, perhaps the most chilling words heard during opening day ceremonies for the 2001 Legislature were the first that came out of the mouth of newly-installed House Minority Leader Galen Fox.
Mr. President, start off on the right foot
Mr. President, start off on the right foot. Dont forget Asia, and dont forget that its still the economy - global this time - and not military might.
A simple, time-tried idea is calming our streets
Roundabouts, like the one at Keeaumoku and Heulu streets, are taking the nation by storm.
Cayetano's elitist art project would gloss his legacy
Gov. Ben Cayetano is steamrolling the Legislature for permission to use money dedicated for the purchase of local art to build and operate a state art gallery.