Danny de Gracia is a resident of Waipahu, a political scientist and an ordained minister.
Danny holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and minor in Public Administration from UT San Antonio, 2001; a Master of Arts in Political Science (concentration International Organizations) and minor in Humanities from Texas State University, 2002.
He received his Doctor of Theology from Andersonville Theological Seminary in 2013 and Doctor of Ministry in 2014.
Danny received his Ordination from United Fellowship of Christ Ministries International, (Non-Denominational Christian), in 2002.
Peer-to-peer car sharing is the latest example of lawmakers cracking down on something new that’s not really a problem.
Let’s talk about raising the minimum wage. But it’s critical to bring down the cost of living in Hawaii through tax reform and other measures.
The open air rotunda provides an ideal place for social distanced meetings with legislators.
The most important thing we can do right now is to keep people from falling through the cracks by creating circles of accountability and support.
The Navy is focused on its mission, not on Oahu’s drinking water, and will have to be forced to shut down its Red Hill fuel tanks.
Hawaii needs to deploy greater flexibility and more initiative during this surge.
My top five political wishes include reopening the Capitol to the public and fighting government corruption.
Hawaii should use the Navy’s Red Hill water crisis as an opportunity to reform military and civilian government and to think of ways to prevent such problems from recurring.
It’s been a long time since the Hawaii GOP has offered solid policy candidates, and Lynn Finnegan should make it a point to recruit competent people.