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Stories by Danny de Gracia

Dr. Danny de Gracia is a political scientist and a former senior adviser to the Human Services and International Affairs standing committees as well as a former minority caucus research analyst at the Hawaii State Legislature. From 2011-2013 he served as an elected municipal board member in Waipahu. As an expert in international relations theory, military policy, political psychology and economics, he has advised numerous policymakers and elected officials and his opinions have been featured worldwide. He has two doctorates in theology and ministry, a postgraduate in strategic marketing, a master's in political science and a bachelor's in political science and public administration. Writing on comparative politics, modern culture, fashion and more, Danny is also the author of the new novel "American Kiss" available now from

What we need to remember every 9/11 and every day thereafter

HONOLULU. On this seventeenth anniversary of September 11, consider this: On that morning, 2,974 people woke up, got out of bed, went about their business and did what they had always done so many times before, not realizing that was their last day.  We must, as a nation, remember every 9/11. Each one as important as ...

Michelle Wolf WHCD shocker: Elites offended elites, slaves were offended

In the latest celebration of George Orwell, Two Minutes Hate against thought-criminals Jon Tester and James Comey is deferred for the purposes of denouncing Michelle Wolf, a “so-called comedian who wasn’t funny at all” who dared to insult the Trump Administration at the annual White House Correspondent's Dinner.