In 1961, Harcourt, Brace and World published Hawaii Pono: A Social History by Lawrence H. Fuchs. “One of the major..
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Finding signs of life in Hawaii’s Republican Party can be frustrating – almost as frustrating as being a Republican in..
Political speeches come in various forms: after-dinner speeches, when the two scoops rice weigh heavily on the audience; the campaign..
Katherine Boo won the National Book Award for non-fiction in 2012 for her first book, Behind the Beautiful Forevers: Life,..
In his lifetime, Dan Inouye did the seemingly impossible: He gave the profession of politics a good name. He didn’t..
First came Black Friday, then Small Business Saturday followed by Cyber Monday. Out of fear engendered by television footage of..
Abraham Lincoln has been given to us in many forms. He’s the granite savior of the Union, watching over us..
Whoever wins – or has won by the time you get your MidWeek – last week’s general election contests, 2012..
On the eve of the first debate between President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney, I found myself reading A Call..
In a recent piece on the president in Vanity Fair, journalist Michael Lewis discovered that Barack Obama keeps the television..