|Repeal of state tax cuts is a terrible idea
Repealing the state income tax cuts before they have even had a chance to fully phase in is a bad idea. Don't do it.
Vieques bombing halt has Isle implications
What should concern all of us, whether you favor an end to military use of target areas or not, is the shrinking supply of live-fire training sites in which to keep troops in fighting trim. Their safety and ours depend on it.
Nasty nest of globalization could backfire
The danger is that restless nations in Asia and Europe that are forming regional and bilateral deals could roil the world political scene.
The Connecticut choice
School improvement came with big price tag.
Submarines using war procedures can pose peacetime risk
The U.S. "Silent Service" is understandably committed to perfecting the ability of American submarines to roam the seas undetected by adversaries.
Distant lights, distant dreams
Sometimes I have wondered how it would be to live on Moloka'i, the rural "Friendly Isle," which was earlier called the Lonely Island. Would it be friendly, lonely or both?
Hirono faces uphill battle in upcoming governor's race
Nothing in Mazie Keiko Hirono's history suggests that she will step aside for Harris, or any other man. Although she is a respectful and patient lieutenant governor, she doesn't willingly walk two steps behind Governor Ben.
Adjacent articles on separate issues
The commercial sexual exploitation of minors and the legal age of consent are separate issues. They were never intended to be combined or compared, nor should they be.