Monthly Archives: January 2021

If it looks like a duck, quacks like a duck, and walks like a duck – it’s probably a duck.

January 14: Civil Beat reports on a scathing audit of the Agribusiness Development Corporation (ADC). Auditor: State Agriculture Agency Is Failing To Fulfill Mission Read actual audit here httpsauditor’s.hawaii.gov/auditor/Reports/2021/21-01.pdf January 20: House Speaker Scott Saiki launches probe of the auditor’s … Continue reading

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Nothing to fear except the rabbit hole.

Wednesday January 20, 2021 was a big day in policy and politics. Actually, they don’t get much bigger than this. The President of the United States was sworn into office, and it was opening day of the Hawaii Legislature. Rocked … Continue reading

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After the insurrection, accountability and reconciliation – Honolulu Star/Advertiser by Gary Hooser

President Donald Trump lied, and people died. This is the unvarnished truth. He and his enablers and those who participated in acts of violence, must be held accountable. The unsettling and dangerous situation that occurred inside our nation’s Capitol on … Continue reading

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My granddaughter Isabella is crossing her fingers and hoping House Speaker Scott Saiki will do the right thing, and that you will offer him some encouragement!

If you believe as I do, that anyone who works 40 hours a week deserves a wage sufficient to provide a dry safe place to live and 3 meals a day, please Click Here to send Speaker Saiki an email, asking him to … Continue reading

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Bigotry and Violence Have No Place Here

The images of recent violence and the storming of the Capitol in Washington D.C. are everywhere and impossible to avoid. Unfortunately and very sadly, threats of future and imminent violence have also arrived even here in Hawaii. My hope is … Continue reading

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