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Be there Sep. 20th – Climate change is real

Please join me, and a whole lot of other people from across the planet – Friday, September 20th (see details at bottom) – Help send a message to policymakers and government leaders everywhere and tell them: CLIMATE CHANGE IS REAL, … Continue reading

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The Mauna is sacred. Say the words.

The righteous indignation being spouted by TMT supporters, about following “the rule of law”, is ridiculous. Gag me with a fork. The state and in fact all government entities exercise discretion on which laws they enforce, every single day of … Continue reading

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Corporatists masquerading as Democrats, attempting to cloak themselves as Centrists

It’s not an exaggeration to say 2020 will be, and in fact, must be – a pivotal year of change. The Amazon burns, we keep children in cages along our borders, mass shootings are commonplace, the rich keep getting richer … Continue reading

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Key Questions Every Candidate Must Answer

So you are thinking about running for election to public office?  Why?  This is the most important question a candidate must answer, and it will be asked over and over again throughout the campaign.  Hint – The answer is not to fix … Continue reading

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The self full-filling prophecy of political apathy.

To all the complainers out there who moan and groan about politics and politicians, I say shut the front door or get involved and do something about it. Let’s face facts. The majority rules. Whether it is the County Council, … Continue reading

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Time to say thanks to the governor 

Full disclosure – I served for 8 years (2002 – 2010) in the Hawaii State Senate with then State Senator and now Governor David Ige. We were members of the same Senate “faction” – “The Chess Club”. While not close … Continue reading

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Hawaii’s government leaders must rise to the occasion.

Governor David Ige is between that proverbial rock and a very, very, very hard place.  The situation seems intractable, but it is not. There is a path forward. Attempting to arrest and detain 2,000 people is I would hope, not … Continue reading

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