The former governor of Hawaii is the epitome of solid leadership. Published October 31 2012
The increasing reliance on special operations forces and drones may make Congress’ war powers obsolete. Published October 30 2012
Drones by mandate, Tomcats by choice: America’s former F-14 pilots deserve a stamp in their honor. Published October 26 2012
The Left hates Sarah Palin because she's right. Published October 25 2012
Larry King's third party debate was a stellar moment for Gary Johnson. Published October 23 2012
The real loser of last night’s debate was common sense and sound doctrine. Published October 23 2012
It’s the final policy pitch for voter converts, and Danny de Gracia isn’t impressed. Published October 22 2012
Former Miss Hawaii 2011 Lauren Cheape is the best candidate for her state’s House of Representatives. Published October 21 2012
Historian Dr. Hunt Tooley explains why the legacy of WWI can still be felt in today’s politics. Published October 20 2012
It's up to America's citizenry to be the change they desire and lead by example. Published October 20 2012
The most important elected Hawaii office you’ve never heard of gets too many blank votes. Published October 17 2012
62 million Americans are expected to receive a 1.7 percent cost of living adjustment starting in 2013. Published October 16 2012
The battle to define the electoral narrative for early voters is in tonight's debate. Published October 16 2012
Last night's VP Debate revealed a terrifying view of the Obama "defense" paradigm. Published October 12 2012
In America, we choose to be different on purpose. Published October 10 2012
Politics just isn't what it used to be. Published October 7 2012
Beware the rise of the drones. Published October 6 2012
In Democrat dominated Hawaii, Senator Sam Slom is the last man standing. Published October 5 2012
For President Obama and apologists of his poor debate performance, Big Bird is the word. Published October 4 2012
Republicans have good reason to be proud of their nominee's first debate. Published October 3 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
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