On the two-year anniversary of Obamacare, David Axelrod revels in victory. Published March 23 2012
The Department of Energy has not only failed to lower the cost of gasoline, it's failed America. Published March 20 2012
Hawaii's first ever Republican presidential caucus produced a blowout victory for Mitt Romney and over ten thousand participants. Published March 14 2012
With only a day left to Hawaii's first ever Republican presidential caucus, locals and campaign surrogates press for the symbolic caper of a victory in Obama's home state. Published March 12 2012
Say what you will about Sarah Palin. The real Sarah is a woman of incredible humility, character and honor. Published March 11 2012
Newt Gingrich has called for the United States to rethink its policy in Afghanistan and the surrounding region. Published March 11 2012
An exclusive Communities interview with Ron Paul Jr., oldest son of Ron Paul and national campaign manager John Tate on-site in Waikiki, Hawaii. Published March 11 2012
As Mitt Romney takes Guam and the Northern Marianas, can Ron Paul adapt in time for the Hawaii caucus? Published March 10 2012
Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta and other leaders discussed major U.S. interests and unique security challenges at today's U.S. Pacific Command change of command ceremony in Hawaii. Published March 9 2012
Any one of the three trailing GOP candidates have an outstanding opportunity to score a symbolic victory in Hawaii. Here's an exclusive political intel guide to winning the Aloha State. Published March 7 2012
Hawaii's first ever Republican presidential caucus will be a vote of no-confidence in Obama's home state. Published March 6 2012
America is living in an era of war and rumors of war, but the time to step back from the brink is now. Published March 2 2012
Danny de Gracia is a political scientist, an ordained minister and a former senior adviser to committee chairs of the Hawaii State House of Representatives. He currently lives in Hawaii.Read More
What does the middle-class conservative think about everything? Find out here.
The children running the White House and covering up the scandals never learned to practice the Chicago Way.
When the blame game went lame President Obama created the "I know nothing" doctrine.
In light of the Associated Press scandal, can the news media finally change?
Associated Press is alone in fighting the government's assault on them.
Television commentary, reviews, news and nonstop DVR catch-up.
Born in 1930 in rural Missouri, Charles Vandegriffe, Sr., brings his time and place to the Communities.
The world impacts us. What happens in our towns, cities, states, country and on this planet makes a difference to us.
History doesn't have to be grim; there is a lot to be learned from the pages of time.
Contributions to the Communities Sports desk from readers.