Monthly Archives: August 2018

Progressives put incumbents on notice

Progressives across the island chain made it clear on primary-election night that, as Nina Turner of Our Revolution says, “any ole blue will not do,” vigorously challenging incumbents, and targeting open seats at all levels — county, state and federal. … Continue reading

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2018 Kauai Primary Election Re-Cap

While I’m sure Council Chair Mel Rapozo will put up a valient fight, the bookies in Chinatown are no doubt giving heavy odds in favor of Councilmember Derek Kawakami being elected Kauai’s next Mayor on November 6th in the General Election. But, … Continue reading

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A Look At My 2018 Kauai Primary Election Votes

In preparation for the final day of voting on August 11th, many in the Kauai community have been asking my thoughts on the various candidates running for office. To make it easy, I have listed the candidates I voted for … Continue reading

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Waiting for the shoe to drop. Expect attacks as they will be coming.

When we set out to rock the boat, we should expect to get wet.  History tells us that when a power structure is threatened by change they may not be able to control, they will do “whatever is necessary” to … Continue reading

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