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Sunday, December 4, 2016

There’s still a very long line of folks—particularly in the media—waiting to fess up to grievous error in not seeing the impending Trump triumph before it crashed on their heads. By contrast, my modest pre-election proposal was to seek a 12-step program to help rid me...

Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Manila — I had an eventful, caught-in-a-tight-spot week. On Monday, I was in a TV franchise of an international news network in need of a digital news editor in chief. On Friday, I took an exam in another big TV station that’s also in need of a deputy editor. The first...

Tuesday, November 8, 2016

I often tell people that this presidential election reminds me of the 1991 gubernatorial election in Louisiana. Normally I don’t follow Louisiana politics, but my former Guam Cable TV news director and good friend John Morvant hails from the Mardi Gras state, so he is...

Tuesday, November 8, 2016

We were at the intersection near Pizza Hut and Bank Pacific. Eric was moving to his tunes. I was watching the lights – we were at the top.

Then, bump! Eric looked at me and said, “Watch where you’re going, Mom.” Uh, not me. I got out and the tiny sedan between our truck...

Tuesday, November 8, 2016

I caught a movie this month that brought shades of The Matrix and Inception. It reminded me of a much larger context on recent human trends. Globalization makes the world smaller; technology breaks down the barriers. As people, our proximities become closer.

I can hear...

Tuesday, November 8, 2016

We are now past Halloween, yet there are still scary stories needing to be told like that leftover candy in that cheap plastic bucket waiting to be unwrapped. How many times have you looked and saw only those dregs of sweets at the bottom, while stifling the urge to go...

Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Besides the voter eligibility issue that is still locked in a court battle, the decolonization of Guam is paralyzed by our collective ambivalence over what political status is best for the island. Getting a unified voice seems impossible in an island populated by diver...

Thursday, October 20, 2016

Another paper? Some might scoff at this venture as a fool’s errand.“ Does print even still matter?” I often hear this line, uttered in a manner of mockery rather than a question. They say the challenge for the print media — the physical representation of traditional jo...

Thursday, October 20, 2016

A visiting priest on EWTN proclaimed how awful life is today.

I thought a lot about that. When I read that Pope Francis was being asked to remove Archbishop Apuron from his position, I paused. And I prayed. It has been a painful roller-coaster ride for victims and their...

Thursday, October 20, 2016

Guam is my home, and has been for 32 years. In past presidential elections, my frustration at not having been able to cast a vote has been mild at best. I just shrugged it off as a consequence of having fallen in love with my studly scuba diving instructor, married him...

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