Marianas Variety

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Variations: Chamorro nationalism and P.I. independence

SOME Chamorro nationalists on Guam are looking into the history of the Philippines and how it eventually gained independence.

Editorials 2017-July-21

The real challenge

ONCE again as labor pressure builds, the push to rehire government retirees for jobs is back on the table.

OPINION: Why robots won’t steal all our jobs

DON’T worry. The robots won’t destroy all our jobs.

OPINION: The Left’s ‘hamburger problem’ is not going away

PROGRESSIVES have a problem: They ladle unto every decision, even the most mundane and trifling one, an unattractive glop of gooey political significance. They can’t resist warning the rest of us that we’re abetting the destruction of the planet every time we, say, tuck into a Quarter Pounder.

The Consumer Caution Corner: Payday loans and cash advances

PAYDAY loans or cash advance loans are loans made for a short time, often two weeks. These loans can be very expensive.

Mindful Musings: A chance for spiritual renewal

HAGÅTÑA (The Guam Daily Post) —  As I write this, I am currently in Berlin, fortunate and blessed to be a pilgrim on Father Joel Delos Reyes’ Divine Mercy Pilgrimage that began on July 1 and ends on July 23.

OPINION: To lawyers and lawmakers

MAN has only three problems in this world: sin, sorrow and death.

Helping your child succeed: Get your children’s vision checked every year

HAGÅTÑA (The Guam Daily Post) —  Having good visual skills is one of the most important tools needed for children’s academic success.

OPINION: A nation on the verge of a nervous breakdown

THE stranger rang the doorbell. Five minutes later, she was sobbing in our living room.

OPINION: Insanity and hypocrisy Down Under

THE Wall Street Journal called it the energy shortage “no one saw coming.”