Monthly Archives: June 2022

Time sensitive: 5 reforms that will make a difference

On June 29th at 2pm the Hawaiʻi Commission To Improve Standards Of Conduct (CISC) is scheduled to discuss recommendations on campaign finance reform. Will you join me in sending an email to StandardsofConduct@capitol.hawaii.gov in support of the below 5 recommendations? … Continue reading

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The Impudence Of 4 Hawaiʻi Senators

Did you read the latest on the impudence, arrogance, tone-deafness, or at the minimum very bad judgment surrounding 4 Senators and the notorious Hu Honua project? “Hu Honua Lobbyist Hosted Fundraiser For Senators Who Were Key To Energy Bill” Maybe … Continue reading

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Kaua`i County Council: An argument over housing

I have a confession. For the first time in over 4 years, I watched an entire County Council meeting. I’d be lying if I said that it was anything less than painful. Not boring. It was interesting and even fascinating … Continue reading

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I’m not pulling any punches today. Regardless of where you live in Hawaiʻi, the outcome of these 3 races will affect all of us.

I’m not pulling any punches today. The time is too short and the need is too great – read on, please. If you live in or around Ala Moana, Kaka’ako, or downtown Honolulu I encourage you to vote for Kim … Continue reading

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Kaua`i County Council: Affordable Housing Initiative Back On The Table

There is good news, bad news, and more good news. The good news is that Kaua`i Councilmember Luke Evslin and Council Vice-Chair Mason Chock are giving it another go. Undeterred by being shut down in a previous 4-3 Council vote, … Continue reading

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Statewide List Of Endorsed (State and Congress) Candidates – Pono Hawaiʻi Initiative 2022

Check out the 24 candidates below that have been endorsed by the Pono Hawai’i Initiative. Change indeed is gonna come! If you are interested in helping, see the list of candidates and campaigns below and sign up directly. Otherwise, please … Continue reading

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What’s going on in Koloa?

The battle unfolding in Koloa is oh so typical of what happens way too often on Kaua’i and throughout the islands. Big landowners use their local connections and political clout to convert agricultural land to urban use, promising jobs and … Continue reading

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Why I’m supporting Kai Kahele over Josh Green

Since coming out in strong support of Kai Kahele to be Hawaiʻi’s next governor, some have asked: Why Kai Kahele and not Josh Green? If the answer to that question interests you, read on. Otherwise, go to the beach and … Continue reading

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