January 9, 2017

(Press Release) The effort to repeal the raises of Guam's top elected officials moves forward in the 34th Guam Legislature with Senator Frank B. Aguon, Jr.'s introduction of Bill No. 4-34. If successful, the new legislation will revert the annual salaries of the governor, lieutenant governor and senators to annual salary amounts collected prior to the enactment of Public Law 32-208 passed in November, 2014.

"We've seen several...

October 21, 2016

Millennials — those who were born between the early 80s to late 90s—are a much maligned demographic, often labeled as self-entitled, prone to egocentricism and

October 21, 2016

This year’s election is expected to play a big role in the gubernatorial election two years from now because the party that controls the legislature going into the gubernatorial race of 2018 will have a big advantage.

The Republicans are aiming at no less than regaining a majority in the 34th Guam Legislature. Aside from their incumbents, the Republicans are fielding a number of well-known personalities to run for senator. They...

October 21, 2016

Incumbent Guam Delegate to Congress Madeleine Z. Bordallo, who is running for her eighth consecutive congressional term, is facing perhaps her toughest test in this year’s congressional race. 

Not only is she facing an experienced politician in Felix Camacho, her rival is also a two-term former governor who is also well-versed in many of the issues facing Guam.

Although belonging to two different political parties, the two have...

October 20, 2016

It’s a truly well-worn cliché that politics is truly Guam’s favorite sport. I’m pretty sure I stole the concept from the late Pacific Daily News editor (and fellow Wisconsinite) Joe Murphy. And Joe probably swiped it from his predecessor.

In any case, the season is in full swing on the highways and village streets across the island. There are the waving, sign-holding throngs of candidate supporters at particularly favored sites...

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