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Pass legislation for the Agent Orange Equity Act

November 29, 2012 With the elections over, the new Congress and Senate will have their first session in early 2013. They will be faced with many issues--some old, some new. more »»

Republicans shouldn’t compromise their values

November 29, 2012 Every time the Republicans take a hit on an election, the Liberal operatives come out in droves to tell them that they should morph into the “Democrat” model and lose their brand identity. more »»

Gabbard is a star

November 29, 2012 Gabbard is a star I don’t know if other people follow the news like I do, but I wanted to point out that newly elected Congressional Representative Tulsi Gabbard is no longer a rising star in the... more »»

Recommends turkey-less Thanksgiving

November 22, 2012 Thanksgiving should be a time for celebration, not cruelty, yet approximately 45 million turkeys--gentle birds that enjoy having their feathers stroked and gobbling along to music--are killed every... more »»

More information on GMOs requested

November 22, 2012 Thank you for the GMO food forum article [“GMO Right To Know Urged,” Oct. 25], by your excellent writer, Susan Halas. This subject is being thrown around to alarm all the tree huggers. more »»

Speed limit too slow on Kula Highway

November 15, 2012 Once again, Hawai‘i government proves Mrs. Gump right! The state Department of Transportation is resurfacing Kula Highway. more »»

Attempted courtesy could end in tragedy

November 15, 2012 Upcountry drivers are usually pretty courteous on our narrow, winding back roads. More often than not, they will pull over to the right if a faster driver approaches from the rear. more »»

HC&S, what are you thinking?

November 15, 2012 I was in traffic next to a Kahului school this morning. Black snow was falling on me and the schoolchildren. Some of them are sons and daughters of HC&S employees. more »»

Marriage freedom is a civil right

November 15, 2012 After 17 years, PFLAG-O‘ahu and its allies have been proven correct: Marriage freedom is a civil right. more »»

Don’t vote for incumbents

November 15, 2012 If you want something that may unravel the deadlock in our political lives, never vote for an incumbent again as long as you live. more »»

Technology is not the solution for education problems

November 8, 2012 I heard that the Hawai‘i Department of Education has asked for and the state Legislature has approved $40 million to buy computers for every public school student in the state. more »»

Tent city returns

November 8, 2012 I’m writing in regard to the return of the tent that is being allowed to go up on E. Welakahao Road in Kihe. more »»

Loves Kula

November 8, 2012 America’s safest town from natural disasters is Kula because it is located on the mountain at 1,500 to about 3, 000 feet above sea level is completely immune from tsunamis and floods. more »»

Vote for candidates who share your vision

November 1, 2012 Picture Maui in 20 years. more »»

Do politicians care about the lower class?

November 1, 2012 This is in regard to the first presidential debate that was on television recently. I watched and couldn’t believe what comes out of politicians’ mouths. more »»

Fontaine gets the job done

November 1, 2012 George Fontaine is highly qualified to represent South Maui in the state House. He has served the community in documented projects over the three decades, in which he worked in Maui County. more »»

Vote as though your life depends on it

November 1, 2012 At this most critical time in history, we are faced with choosing the strongest of the weakest pair of candidates put up by their respective political parties. more »»

Mail-in voting would increase participation

November 1, 2012 This past primary election, didn’t we have a 20 percent voter turnout? What a shame! People just don’t want to drive to the polling places and go through the “rig-ma-roll” that goes on there. more »»

Ing portrayed unfairly

October 25, 2012 I am being portrayed by my opponent [Rep. George Fontaine] as “having no idea how the lawmaking process works. more »»

Speak up for Olowalu!

October 18, 2012 Olowalu is an ecological gem, home to an extensive aggregate coral reef that spans over 450 acres and supports a diversity of rare and precious sea life. more »»

 
 

 

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