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Thursday, August 28, 2014
August 28, 2014 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. Voting Issues Scrutinized at Election Commission Meeting
  2. Eminent Domain: City Seizure of Protest Signs Illegal?
  3. Report: Hawaii Ranks in Top 6 States for Open Data
  4. Should OHA representatives be appointed?
  5. A Canoe Paddled by One Can’t Get Very Far
  6. The Problem with Ideology in Politics
  7. Abercrombie Appoints Three to LUC
  8. DLIR Snapshot of State's 662,150 Workers
  9. HTA: Arrivals, Spending Up
  10. Caldwell: TOD Bigger than Japanese Bubble
  11. HART: Next Contract $750M Plus Cost Overruns
  12. Hart considering smaller contracts in hopes of creating competition
  13. Here’s how we can move forward together on the GMO issue
  14. DoE Doesn't Notice 1/3 of Students Missing for a Year
  15. Judge quashes Souki subpoena in Say residency challenge
  16. Voter fraud alleged: Police to look into complaint against Puna council candidate
  17. Undersea power cable project not part of Hawaiian Electric's new plan
  18. Solar Scammers Angered by Plan to Lower Rates
  19. HECO $55 monthly fee offset by Lower Rates?
  20. Council Drops Move to ban Biobags, Styrofoam
  21. H Power $20M Worth of Garbage?
  22. Kauai Imposes $3.5M Garbage Tax
  23. City Unveils Plan to Make Traffic Worse by Closing Off Lanes
  24. Federal Judge Orders EEOC to Hold News Conference, Stop Lying
  25. Council panel advances bill to raise smoking age to 21
  26. Hawaii ERS gains 17.4% for fiscal year

Wednesday, August 27, 2014
August 27, 2014 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. Hawaii Gubernatorial Candidates on the Jones Act
  2. HECO Submits Power Supply Improvement Plan
  3. Survey: 79% of UHM Faculty Disturbed by Apple Firing
  4. According To State, ACLU Complaint About Postponed Puna Primary Not An "Election Contest"
  5. Honolulu City Lights non-profit display application deadline is August 29
  6. Gubernatorial Forum: Is Gay Marriage Behind Us?
  7. Aiona-Ahu Rally at Aloha Stadium
  8. Ige: I Was Behind the Billion Dollar Act 221 Debacle
  9. Hannemann Bids for Kakaako Developers' Support
  10. Gubernatorial Forum: Eliminating Government Waste
  11. Be a part of history—attend the Calvin Say residence hearings at Circuit Court
  12. Puna Voters Had Practical Problems, Not Legal Defects
  13. Kauai: Anti-GMO 'Fools' Set Environmental Policy Back 20 years
  14. Dairy Farmer Demands State Allow Him to Sell Milk for Less
  15. Kauai Property Taxes Jump 34%
  16. DPS: estimated one in three at OCCC is homeless
  17. Meth Hoarding: Homeless leave large amounts of trash behind at UH Manoa site
  18. EPlans Double Wait Time for Permits
  19. Bureaucracy Metastases: Hanauma Bay may be getting an oversight agency
  20. HD41 A Race to Watch
  21. Credit Union Was a 'Den of Thieves': Honolulu FBI
  22. Prison Guard loses legs in work-related incident, fights 5 Years for benefits

Tuesday, August 26, 2014
August 26, 2014 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. HRA: Hawaii Primary Results Positive for 2nd Amendment
  2. This Obama Administration Proposal Would Effectively Authorize Some Americans Seceding
  3. A Cautionary Saga: Judge Kurren Invalidates the Anti-GMO Ordinance 960
  4. Chronic Absenteeism in Hawaii's public schools plummets 39 percent
  5. Hawaii commission opens investigation into election day debacles
  6. $48M Shortfall: HHSC Layoffs Begin September 2
  7. Full Text: Nago's Report to Elections Commission
  8. Study: Hawaii 'Ban the Box' Law Reduces Crime
  9. Gubernatorial Race Anybody's Ballgame as Voters Demand Change
  10. Some Hawaii health plans may be subject to 'Cadillac tax' in 2018
  11. Judge Kurren Liberates Kauai from Anti-GMO Nonsense, Hawaii Co Next
  12. Gary Hooser convinced them to put their faith in him, and his big gamble
  13. Math, Reading Scores Drop as Test Become Tougher
  14. Borreca Uses Nago's Poor Performance to Push Vote by Mail (again)
  15. Scammed by Solar Contractor, Man Blames HECO
  16. State defendants ask for dismissal of lawsuit over primary election
  17. HPOWER trash shortage Costs City $Millions
  18. 7 Month Wait reported for new building permits, costs balloon as projects sit idle
  19. Stricter abuse law criticized as excessive


Monday, August 25, 2014
August 25, 2014 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. Hawaii’s Papaya Growers Struggle in Hurricane Aftermath
  2. Hawaii Ranks #1 in Gender Equality
  3. Judge: Kauai genetically modified crop law invalid
  4. New Yorker Runs Complete Debunk of Anti-GMO Hypester Shiva
  5. Republican Lokahi Rally Brings Candidates to Kapiolani Park
  6. Storm drains state’s disaster fund
  7. UH Manoa Cash Balances Decline Precipitously
  8. HTA Cuts 2014 Tourism Projections
  9. Hawaii Has Fewest Concealed Carry Permits--Only 183
  10. FEMA's Flood Zone reclassification affects 1,000 properties on Oahu
  11. Pflueger's sentencing in Ka loko dam breach case delayed a third time
  12. Tobacco Age Limit Would Also Affect Marijuana

Sunday, August 24, 2014
August 24, 2014 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. Grassroot Institute Posts Debate Video
  2. HOPE Probation: Judge Steven Alm Speaks at Heritage Foundation Event
  3. HART: Only 743 Local Jobs Created by Rail Work
  4. Redskins 1, American Samoa 0
  5. Faleomavaega Coming Back to American Samoa for Election Season?
  6. Cutting Energy Costs: Methanol Beats LNG for Hawaii?
  7. ACLU sues for Hawaii Island residents to get second chance to vote
  8. "Not A Typical Election Contest" Filed Over Postponed Puna Primary
  9. Filing Close to Deadline? Get a Receipt!
  10. OHA Pays Mortgage Scammer Keanu Sai $95K
  11. Rush by city, not lawsuits, to blame for rail's expense
  12. Blue Planet Green Energy Scammers Demand More Ratepayer Money
  13. Fight to curb out-of-control living costs
  14. Farmers Throw Anti-GMO Activists Out of Iselle Recovery Meeting
  15. It’s a zoo for Lassner at UH, full of ducks and weasels
  16. Homeless: “They're drug addicts, alcohol bottles, trash everywhere. Pretty disgusting."
  17. No risk from steam release, DOH says
  18. Expanding marine national monument would harm U.S. and Hawaii fisheries

Saturday, August 23, 2014
August 23, 2014 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. Standing Room Only at Grassroot Gubernatorial Forum - Ige a No-Show
  2. Mufi, Duke: No Consensus Behind Kanaiolowalu Roll
  3. Sources: OHA to Fire Crabbe--Search Underway for New CEO
  4. Sutton Endorses Aiona-Ahu Ticket
  5. Media Hammers Ige for Skipping First Gubernatorial Forum
  6. Chief election officer grilled by commission, many call for his ousting
  7. Gabbard Too Busy for VA Hearing, Puna Relief?
  8. Lingle Joins Isle group rallying support for Israel
  9. Hawaii Driving Out Anti-Science "Haole Activists" In The Democratic Party
  10. Decoupling Drives Oahu electric bills up again
  11. Trask's Geothermal Hypocrisy: Activist turns entrepreneur and smells the $$$$
  12. Biofuel isn't Green and City Wastes $2.3M on it
  13. The lawsuits pile on against makers of Natural Supplements
  14. Cop Cams for KPD?
  15. Sovereignty Mortgage Scammer Can't Even Keep his own Home

Friday, August 22, 2014
August 22, 2014 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. Ige Cancels: Will be only Candidate Missing from First Gubernatorial Forum
  2. Overlooking Wreckage, UH Regents Claim to Take Responsibilities Seriously
  3. Duncan Announces One Year Delay in Teacher Evaluations
  4. ACLU Lawsuit Challenges Puna Voting
  5. Hawaii Marine instills ‘Ohana spirit during Afghanistan deployment
  6. OHA Cronies Claim 2000 Statements of Support for Tribal Recognition
  7. Federal Recognition: What Happens Next?
  8. Hawaii Requests Presidential disaster declaration for Iselle
  9. Did Health Connector Sign Multi-Mullion Dollar Contract to Fix Website--or Not?
  10. Star-Adv: Time for Gubernatorial Candidates to get Specific on Health Connector
  11. Borreca: Kinder, gentler Mufi moves forward
  12. Race to the Top? Former DOE Chief Procurement Officer sues department
  13. Anti-GMO Activists Commit Massive Campaign Spending Violations
  14. Kauai Shivanized
  15. 'UH is broken' after Apple's firing
  16. Commission to discuss Hawaii primary election held day after tropical storm damaged Puna area
  17. Family Court judge wants to treat juvenile offenders before it's too late
  18. Child Molesters to Go Free?  Electronic enticement law challenged as unconstitutional, vague
  19. PUC Uses Hurricane Shutdown to Hide Secret Docket
  20. HART Considers Renewal of Grabauskas' Contract
  21. Hunger in Hawaii a growing problem
  22. Combat Gear Blurs Lines Between Cops and Military, in Ferguson and Hawaii

Thursday, August 21, 2014
August 21, 2014 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. It was 55 years ago today we added the 50th state
  2. Hawaii’s largest insurance provider pulls small business plans from health exchange
  3. Hawaii Gets Mixed Reviews on Policies to Prevent and Fight Cancer
  4. Saipan Gets better Representation than American Samoa
  5. Poll: 41% Aiona - 34% Ige - 15% Hannemann 
  6. Djou Has 3-1 Fundraising Lead
  7. State admits 2,079 tax bills bogus
  8. Prosecutor investigates police shootings independently
  9. Anti-Aquarium Obsessives Pleased by Abercrombie Defeat
  10. Election Review this Friday
  11. HMSA is first health plan to join Hawaii Health Information Exchange
  12. Rates Coming Down? HECO Inks LNG Deal in British Colombia
  13. Expectations high for HECO energy plan
  14. Unions to Host Superferry Conference
  15. Ex-Homeless Spills Beans: We Just Drank and Smoked Weed
  16. State revises upward its growth forecast
  17. Students, faculty call on regents to Fire Lassner, Reinstate Apple
  18. UH athletic director still expects a $1.48 million loss despite
  19. Lawsuit: Tranny Demands $300K After State Keeps Him out of Ladies Room
  20. Former Maui mayoral candidate Waikiki to be freed
  21. Affordable Housing: 50,000 units needed
  22. HEMA report shows 260 Big Island homes damaged in Iselle storm
  23. Organic Store 'Accidentally' Raised Prices as Iselle Approached
  24. New law toughens penalties for domestic violence — but is it right?

Wednesday, August 20, 2014
August 20, 2014 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. The Incompetence of HART: Cheapest Bid for 9 Stations Comes 75% Over Budget
  2. Yakuza? Triads? Technicalities Shred $50M Racketeering Suit Against Pro-Rail Hawaiian Stabilization Fund
  3. No Lawsuit: Hanabusa Calls for Legislative Investigation of Election, Does not Endorse Schatz
  4. ACT Score Report: Hawaii Students Least Ready for College
  5. Hawaii’s path to a constitutional republic
  6. Consuming Chemicals is a What We Do on a Daily Basis
  7. Death Threats from Anti-GMO Nuts
  8. Still Blogging A Year Later!
  9. Schatz wins U.S. Senate primary in political battle that divided Hawaii’s Democratic party
  10. Accountability: DoE Identifies Almost All Teachers as Effective
  11. City to Discuss Ala Moana TOD Plan
  12. DHS Fraud Investigator Allegedly Worked for TSA on State Time
  13. Abercrombie Cutout Marks Ige for Defeat by Aiona
  14. After Abercrombie Defeat, Feds Suddenly Allow Health Exchange Funding Extension
  15. Rail overbids force reappraisal
  16. Mililani Trask Falsifies Financial Disclosure Reports
  17. Trask: Energy costs rise, solar industry crashes, in Hawaii under Rep. Chris Lee's dismal legislative leadership
  18. Boylan: How The Real Abercrombie Was Hidden for 20 Years
  19. Spinning Out of Control: Some UH faculty call for no confidence vote after Apple's firing
  20. Hawaii School Board Members Unhappy as HSTA Continues to Chisel Away at Teacher Evaluations
  21. Hawaii DOE Proposes Saving Central Office Staff by Cutting $9.2M from Special Education
  22. Schmidt: Loosen Prepaid Health Care Requirements to Allow Bronze, Silver Plans
  23. Papayas Hard Hit: 60% of Hawaii Co Farm Production Wiped out by Iselle
  24. Big rise in Hawaii’s average wage is deceptive
  25. Hawaii Has Fewest Completed Foreclosures, Largest backlog
  26. DHS Fraud Investigator Allegedly Defrauds DHS Five Years Running 
  27. New HPD policy sounds like a quota
  28. Norks Promise to Nuke Hawaii, Guam

Tuesday, August 19, 2014
August 19, 2014 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. LAST DAY: How to Submit Your Comments on the Proposed Rule to Recognize a Native Hawaiian Government
  2. The Obama Administration’s Attempt to Balkanize Hawaii
  3. Hawaii Still a Debt "Sinkhole State"
  4. Not Red Hot: Hawaii Construction Employment Drops 1.4%
  5. Hawaii and U.S. Territories aim to increase fuel diversity with LNG imports
  6. In Hawaii $100.00 is Only Worth $85.32
  7. Honolulu 214th Ranked City for First Time Home Buyers
  8. OHA Awards $1.5M to Charter Schools
  9. Gabbard: If Our Mission Isn’t to Take Out ISIS, ‘We’ve Got a Real Problem Here’
  10. Nago Hid 800 Maui Ballots From Public for Two Days
  11. "Fire Nago" -- 2014 Edition
  12. Hee, Hanabusa, Abercrombie: Hawaii's 84-Year Nightmare Coming to an End
  13. Will Hanabusa Challenge Election Result?
  14. Many Anti-GMO Candidates Defeated in the Primary
  15. Billionaire Hedge Fund Manager Forces Gay Marriage on HD50 Republicans
  16. Honolulu second-costliest city to raise kids
  17. 97.7% of public school teachers with "highly effective," "effective" ratings
  18. Kauai to Hike Timeshare Taxes?
  19. Ben Jay: UH football could be 'going away'
  20. Accidental self-inflicted gunshot kills HPD officer
  21. Lawyer Working Hard to Get Manoa Rapist Back out on the Streets
  22. D.R. Horton submits rezoning plans to Honolulu for 11,750-home Hoopili project
  23. Hawaii Co Employee Indicted on Embezzlement Rap
  24. Saving Cancer Research in Hawaii Means New Leadership
  25. Hawaii VA Short on Doctors

Monday, August 18, 2014
August 18, 2014 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. Hawaii Senate Primary Election Update: There's A Dem Nominee ... For Now?
  2. Cavasso: Hawaii Does Not Have Unlimited Funds to Prop Up Health Connector
  3. Maui County Report Shows Zero Glyphosate
  4. Djou, Takai gear up for Congressional showdown
  5. Tourism Industry Trades $500K for Homeless Vote
  6. Hawaii Legislature could be a considerably quieter place come January
  7. Hanabusa Preparing for Rematch in 2016
  8. Caldwell Stocking Up For A Showdown

Sunday, August 17, 2014
August 17, 2014 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. Am Samoa Leaders Work Around Missing Delegate to Resist Obama's Tuna Monument
  2. Far-Left Ige Will Take Hawaii Further in Wrong Direction
  3. Iselle Emergency Proclamation Updated
  4. Flying High
  5. Duke Aiona talks strategy for the General Election
  6. Cayetano: Elections Run Incompetently
  7. Candidates could challenge primary election results
  8. Hanabusa Supporters Furious
  9. Puna: We've Already Been Forgotten
  10. Without Abercrombie, 'Huge changes' likely for troubled Obamacare exchange
  11. Kakaako, OHA, TOD: Gubernatorial Candidates need a plan for housing
  12. Pro-GMO a Winning Position for Legislative Candidates, Incumbents
  13. Lawsuit Against Kauai Dairy Threatens Prime Ag Land Statewide
  14. Resort's Attack on Dairy Farm Precautionary Principle Run Amok
  15. Accountability must accompany police power
  16. City: Only 10 Homeowners benefit from Council's Tax Relief
  17. DoTax Targets Small Businesses, Homeowners for Petty Harassment
  18. Ice Maker Shuts Doors to Force Arrest of Criminal
  19. Hurricane Relief Fund's purpose is for insurance and not actual relief aid
  20. John Carroll Continues Flacking for Mililani Trask Geothermal Scheme

Saturday, August 16, 2014
August 16, 2014 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. Nago Fiasco: 'Thousands Disenfranchised' Hanabusa May Challenge Results, Oshiro Talks Special Session
  2. Primary Results-- Full Printout -- Schatz Wins -- Ilagan Wins with 52%
  3. Papaya Crop Ruined: Anti-GMO Activists Cheer Hurricane Iselle
  4. Cavasso to Schatz: Mainland PACs Spent a Lot of Money Getting You Nominated, Lets Debate
  5. Hawaii and the USA: A Union Worth Celebrating
  6. Iselle: How to help
  7. HMSA Pulls Plans from Hawaii Obamacare Exchange
  8. Preposterous Grabauskas Claims Rail Cost Overruns Not His Fault, LOL!
  9. Hawaii undersea cable unlikely to get support if Ige or Hannemann elected governor
  10. Next governor must deal with Aloha Stadium issues
  11. Suit accuses UH Foundation exec of conflict of interest
  12. Not A Great Start For Lassner
  13. Asbestos Lawyers Buy Schatz
  14. Dirty Ernie Martin Sign Waving for Mayor Already
  15. Electricity: Hawaii Only State Left Where Oil is #1
  16. Eviction letter expected by family of suspected robber
  17. Maoists, Rep Ing, Osorio Demand Deedy be Lynched

Friday, August 15, 2014
August 15, 2014 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. All Four Gubernatorial Candidates to Appear at Grassroot Institute Forum
  2. Aiona, Ahu, Djou, Cavasso -- Lokai Rally August 23
  3. Hawaii Statehood: Tiny 1959 opposition was anti-Japanese, not anti-American
  4. Judge Rejects Lawsuit To Delay Puna Voting--Polls Open Fri 7AM
  5. Abercrombie Has Vested Interest in Quick Puna Vote
  6. Judge Nakamura: Puna Votes "Even if it is Unconstitutional"
  7. HI House leader ousted in election primary amid controversy
  8. Faleomavaega Skips Visit of Key House Committee to American Samoa
  9. Applicants Sought for the Hawaii Elections Commission
  10. DBEDT Releases New Edition of Hawaii Data Book
  11. Report: 14% of Hawaii HS Grads Leave State Within 12 Months
  12. "The Giver" -- Opens Today Oahu, Maui, Kona, Hilo
  13. Election Day in Puna: Area’s Voter Profile Bodes Well For Schatz
  14. Ige Could be Defeated by AWOL Democrat Voters
  15. Cook: Hawaii Governor's Race a Toss Up
  16. Incompetence Behind Latest Rail Cost Overruns
  17. Lassner to recommend languages dean as UH-Manoa interim chancellor
  18. Jury Finds Deedy Not Guilty of Murder
  19. Send feds opinions on sovereignty
  20. DOE Outsources Teacher Mentoring for $3.5 Million
  21. In Midst of Hurricane, Activists Whine About Geothermal 'Pollution'
  22. Public Utilities Commission seeks input on Demand Response
  23. Age 18-20? Honolulu Council Says Marijuana Yes, Tobacco No

Thursday, August 14, 2014
August 14, 2014 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. Pono Choices May Violate State, Federal Laws
  2. Too Soon? Lawsuit To Delay The Delayed Puna Precincts Primary Filed
  3. Cam Cavasso in Puna: There is no Difference Between Schatz, Hanabusa
  4. OHA focuses new attention on developing master plan for 30 acres in Kaka'ako Makai
  5. UPW Scores Massive Pay Hikes After Disrupting Honolulu Ambulance Service
  6. Hawaiians Punish Abercrombie for Federal Recognition Push
  7. GMOs: No Evidence or Logic Will Ever Be Considered by Those Who Don’t Value It
  8. Changing Hawaii – Fred Hemmings
  9. $144.5M Surprise: Honolulu rail stations' bid 75% higher than budgeted
  10. Ige had Primary won even before the campaign began
  11. Governor's Race? Hawaii 9th Most Likely to Change Parties
  12. Final Revenge: Abercrombie Claims he has Nothing to do With Friday Election
  13. No Paper Ballots for Puna Friday Vote
  14. Homeowners Have Until Sept 30 to Claim $33M Tax Rollback
  15. Verdict-less jury in Deedy retrial heads back to court
  16. $325M Damage: Papaya Farmers Hard Hit
  17. Golf Courses: The Dirty Secret of the Food Movement
  18. Big Green Losers on the Big Island
  19. Kauai County Wastes $175K on Anti-GMO Law
  20. Kauai County Considers 500% Garbage Tax Hike
  21. Rosegg Tried to Force Way into Life of the Land
  22. Feds to Investigate Hawaii Geothermal Potential
  23. Hawaii Lowest Sugary Soda Consumption in USA
  24. Arizona Appeals Court: 'Pregnant Man' (sic) can get a divorce

Wednesday, August 13, 2014
August 13, 2014 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. Sabato: Abercrombie Biggest Loser in History of 50 States
  2. Full Text: Hanabusa Letter Calls for Election Delay, Demands Louie Step Aside
  3. Issues To Watch In The Promised Lawsuit Challenging Hurricane Primary
  4. Activists, Hurricane Deal One-Two Punch to Hawaii Farmers
  5. Video: Hawaii National Guard Reaches Cut-off Puna Homes
  6. Puna to Pick Senator
  7. Obama Executive Order to Screen Unions, Federal Contractors for Labor Law Violations
  8. Support Aloha for Puna Fund
  9. A Republican Governor In Paradise?
  10. Charles Djou chats with Howard Dicus about his 2014 race for Congress
  11. Takai Support Comes from East Oahu, Kim West Oahu
  12. Hannemann Scores MegaBucks from Sweatshop Operator
  13. Republican Saiki calls on state to delay Friday's walk-in voting
  14. Schatz Thrilled by Decision to Vote Friday
  15. Hanabusa to File Suit Today
  16. House, Council Winners Pleased with Friday Election, Losers Displeased
  17. Nago Can't be Bothered With Ruderman
  18. Star-Adv: HPD transparency, oversight lacking
  19. Anti-GMO arguments based on fear, not facts
  20. Sovereignty Activists to Squeeze Kerry for Answer Tomorrow
  21. Non-Statehood Day Friday
  22. Big Isle papaya farmers' loss estimated at $53 million
  23. Military families vent as reports of botched vehicle shipments pile up
  24. No state pays smaller share of workers' health insurance
  25. Soft on Crime: Suspected Murderer Gets Off Easy on Theft

Tuesday, August 12, 2014
August 12, 2014 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. Anger Boils in Puna as Nago Changes Election Three Times in Three Days
  2. Kauai: Hundreds Demand Explanation for Massive Property Tax Hikes
  3. 2 PRP Candidates Win, 3 More Head to General
  4. Incumbent Hawaii governor out in historic upset
  5. It was 116 years ago today: The U.S. becomes a global power
  6. Hanabusa threatens to sue to block Friday's election
  7. Cam Cavasso: Schatz, Hanabusa So Similar
  8. Abercrombie Humiliated
  9. Is Kauai Pro-GMO? Primary Election Results Suggest So
  10. Real Estate Interests Behind Anti-GMO Activism
  11. Hawaii Highest Homelessness of Any State
  12. Iselle’s toll: An estimated 148 homes damaged
  13. State to hold meeting on new Oahu FEMA flood maps
  14. City to announce new contract for EMS workers
  15. Soft on Crime Policy Causes Death of Criminal
  16. Westfield State trustees at fault in Dobelle debacle

Monday, August 11, 2014
August 11, 2014 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. Djou: 86 Days to Create a Better Future
  2. Video: Free Press for a Free Society
  3. Is There Any Benefit to Plastic Bag Bans?
  4. VIDEO: Helicopter Overflight Shows 100s of Downed Trees in Puna
  5. Abercrombie Loses 48 of 51 Districts in Primary Sweep
  6. Gov’s ouster ups ante for new day
  7. Aiona: Primary Results Show Desire for Change
  8. Djou Accepts KITV Debate Invitation
  9. Abercrombie Talks About Himself Some More
  10. Hawaii Dems Move to the Suburbs
  11. Puna's Power: District’s voters to decide US Senate race
  12. Increase in Absentee Voting Parallels Decrease in Turnout

Sunday, August 10, 2014
August 10, 2014 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. Primary Results--Fifth Read
  2. The Law Behind Hawaii's Hurricane Senate Primary Election: Let The Games Begin!
  3. Akina in OHA Runoff
  4. Anti-GMO Candidates Lose Big Statewide
  5. Major storms hit Hawaii after lawmakers raid hurricane fund
  6. Video: Iselle Hits Mountains, Disintegrates
  7. Do We Really Want to Starve the Golden Goose?
  8. Iwase: Republicans are Smelling Blood
  9. Djou to Face Takai in CD1
  10. Punatics in Two Closed Precincts Favor Schatz
  11. Clayton Hee goes 'Splat'
  12. Two or Three Legislative Incumbents Bite the Dust
  13. Anti-GMO Activists Baffled Beyond the Echo Chamber
  14. Trask's Geothermal Scheme Loses Biggest Senate Supporter
  15. Honolulu Council: Sam Aiona Advances--Three Districts Have Run-offs in November
  16. Absentee Voting Hits Record--Up 12%
  17. Turnout Nears Record Low
  18. Irate Voters from Storm-Hit precincts Show Up at Polling Place
  19. UH leaders should assess need for Manoa chancellor
  20. Punatics Harass HELCO Crews

Saturday, August 09, 2014
August 9, 2014 News Read
Andrew Walden
  1. Two Big Island Precincts Voting Postponed
  2. UHERO: Stall in Tourism Slows Hawaii Economy
  3. Breaking HECO's Monopoly with Community Choice Aggregation?
  4. Mandatory Labeling of GMOs--A big-government solution to a problem that doesn’t exist
  5. Dobelle Sued for Personal Use of School Funds
  6. Former Officer Calls for Inquiry into HPD Killings
  7. Polling Places Open Without Absentee Voter Lists
  8. The Rundown (final primary)
  9. Will Storms Save Abercrombie?
  10. Republican Charles Djou has plan to tackle jobs, economy
  11. HMSA and the Hawaii Health Connector
  12. Homelessness: We Need to Take Better Care of our Number 1 Industry
  13. PGV Geothermal Venting Amounts to Nothing
  14. New indictment targets defendants in fatal blast


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Sai: Wong, Dwyer, Namuo Rake in Millions from Kanaiolowalu
by Andrew Walden Thursday, August 28, 2014

...Waihe‘e also contracted Dennis Dwyer for a total of $1.3 million dollars to be Kana‘iolowalu’s federal lobbyist....


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Supreme Court Dismisses All Three Puna Election Challenges
by Robert Thomas Thursday, August 28, 2014

Today must be election contest day at the Hawaii Supreme Court....


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FEMA: Iselle Not Severe Enough for Disaster Declaration
by News Release Thursday, August 28, 2014

“...it has been determined that the damage from this event was not of such severity and magnitude...."


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DCCA: Ige Business 'Not in Good Standing'
by News Release Thursday, August 28, 2014

...According To The DCCA, Robert A. Ige And Associates Has Misfiled Several Annual Reports, And Failed To File Their 2012 Report Until May 5, 2014....


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A Canoe Paddled by One Can’t Get Very Far
by Joni Kamiya Thursday, August 28, 2014

...he not only expresses persecutory ideations but he wants your money to keep him in his position....


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Report: Hawaii Ranks in Top 6 States for Open Data
by News Release Thursday, August 28, 2014

The six top-scoring states are Hawaii, Illinois, Maryland, New York, Oklahoma, and Utah....


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GMO Label Initiatives Labeled Ridiculous by Liberals
by News Article Thursday, August 28, 2014

But Hawaii isn’t the only state where pro-label quacktivists are taking a hit....


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HTA: Arrivals, Spending Up
by News Release Wednesday, August 27, 2014

...Total expenditures by visitors who came to the Hawaiian Islands in July 2014 rose 2.6 percent from the same month last year to $1.4 billion....


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DLIR Snapshot of State's 662,150 Workers
by News Release Wednesday, August 27, 2014

The largest occupational groups in Hawaii are retail sales followed by general office clerks and cashiers....


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Abercrombie Appoints Three to LUC
by News Release Wednesday, August 27, 2014

... Brandon Ahakuelo, Kent Hiranaga and Arnold Wong to the Land Use Commission....


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The Problem with Ideology in Politics
by Joni Kamiya Wednesday, August 27, 2014

...Ideology has no basis in evidence or reason. It is based in a core set of beliefs, just like religion....


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Voting Issues Scrutinized at Election Commission Meeting
by Sam Slom Wednesday, August 27, 2014

...No accountability for past and present errors in the election process by the Chief Elections Officer....


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Eminent Domain: City Seizure of Protest Signs Illegal?
by Robert Thomas Wednesday, August 27, 2014

...the City and County of Honolulu condemned an undeveloped lot in rural Oahu for a fire station, but has been met with staunch resistance....


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Should OHA representatives be appointed?
by Rachelle Chang  Wednesday, August 27, 2014

"I didn’t vote for OHA trustees, because I didn’t know anything about them."


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Hawaii Gubernatorial Candidates on the Jones Act
by Michael Hansen Wednesday, August 27, 2014

...a major gubernatorial candidate in the general election has endorsed the Hawaii Shippers’ Council’s noncontiguous trades Jones Act reform proposal....


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HECO Submits Power Supply Improvement Plan
by News Release Tuesday, August 26, 2014
“[HECO] will come up with some lofty goals, that are good for the future, but nobody’s there to keep them accountable down the road.”
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Survey: 79% of UHM Faculty Disturbed by Apple Firing
by News Release Tuesday, August 26, 2014

The Faculty Senate Executive Committee met with incoming Interim Chancellor Bley-Vroman on Monday, August 25th and is optimistic about working with him in the coming year....


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Honolulu City Lights non-profit display application deadline is August 29
by News Release Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Applications must be received by this Friday, August 29 before 4:30 p.m. at the Mission Memorial Building next to Honolulu Hale, 550 South King St....


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OHA Claims No Plot to Fire Crabbe
by News Article Tuesday, August 26, 2014

..."Kali Watson is campaigning for the position"....


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According To State, ACLU Complaint About Postponed Puna Primary Not An "Election Contest"
by Robert Thomas Tuesday, August 26, 2014

You can tell what kind of case is before what Hawaii appellate court by the case designation at the top of the fist page flysheet....


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HRA: Hawaii Primary Results Positive for 2nd Amendment
by News Release Tuesday, August 26, 2014

...Newcomer Jarrett Keohokalole, A-rated, for State Rep., Kaneohe, won his Democratic primary against Sierra Club Pres., Robert Harris, F-rated....


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Study: Hawaii 'Ban the Box' Law Reduces Crime
by News Release Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Statistics show that without income from a paying job an ex-offender often will return to criminal activity....


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A Cautionary Saga: Judge Kurren Invalidates the Anti-GMO Ordinance 960
by Joni Kamiya Tuesday, August 26, 2014

The law is pre-empted by the state law and cannot be enforced at the county level....


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This Obama Administration Proposal Would Effectively Authorize Some Americans Seceding
by Heritage Foundation Tuesday, August 26, 2014

From a constitutional standpoint, the administration has no legal authority to implement its proposal....


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Full Text: Nago's Report to Elections Commission
by News Release Tuesday, August 26, 2014

...the staff decided to start over and re-read all memory cards. It is at this point that one memory card was not read again....


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$48M Shortfall: HHSC Layoffs Begin September 2
by Andrew Walden Monday, August 25, 2014

The following letter has been sent out to all HHSC employees....


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Hawaii commission opens investigation into election day debacles
by Malia Zimmerman Monday, August 25, 2014

Three Hawaii lawmakers called on the State Elections Commission to fire Chief Elections Officer Scott Nago Friday during a standing room-only commission meeting....


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Chronic Absenteeism in Hawaii's public schools plummets 39 percent
by News Release Monday, August 25, 2014

The percentage of students absent 15 days or more in the 2013-14 school year dropped to 11 percent from 18 percent a year ago....


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Hawaii’s Papaya Growers Struggle in Hurricane Aftermath
by Video Video Monday, August 25, 2014

...Estimation of the sales lost, plus the start-up, the bulldozing costs and growing up to that first year, when they’re ready to harvest again … is about $53 million....


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Hawaii Ranks #1 in Gender Equality
by News Release Monday, August 25, 2014

...To gauge the scope of gender-based disparities in the United States, WalletHub ranked each of the 50 states based on 10 key metrics....


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HOPE Probation: Judge Steven Alm Speaks at Heritage Foundation Event
by Heritage Foundation Sunday, August 24, 2014

State officials in South Dakota and Hawaii have found a creative way to address alcohol use, drug use, and crime....


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"Not A Typical Election Contest" Filed Over Postponed Puna Primary
by Robert Thomas Sunday, August 24, 2014

...Thursday at 4:30 p.m. was the statutory deadline for instituting an "election contest" in the Hawaii Supreme Court....


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ACLU sues for Hawaii Island residents to get second chance to vote
by Malia Zimmerman Sunday, August 24, 2014

...The ACLU lawsuit asks the Hawaii Supreme Court to allow any registered voter affected by Iselle to cast a vote to be included in the August 2014 primary results....


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Filing Close to Deadline? Get a Receipt!
by Tom Yamachika Sunday, August 24, 2014

Mr. and Mrs. Stocker waited until the day their taxes were due....


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Faleomavaega Coming Back to American Samoa for Election Season?
by News Article Sunday, August 24, 2014

...the United Nations third decennial conference on Small Island Developing States (SIDS)  will run from September 1-4 in Samoa....


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Cutting Energy Costs: Methanol Beats LNG for Hawaii?
by News Article Sunday, August 24, 2014
...Methanol is competitive with LNG in cryogenic containers currently contemplated for Hawaii....
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Grassroot Institute Posts Debate Video
by Grassroot Institute Saturday, August 23, 2014

...Grassroot Institute hosts first event of its kind in this election cycle, challenges candidates on a wide variety of topics....


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HART: Only 743 Local Jobs Created by Rail Work
by News Release Saturday, August 23, 2014

September 14, 2011: "The city initially claimed that rail would create 17,000 new jobs during the construction phase..."


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Redskins 1, American Samoa 0
by News Article Saturday, August 23, 2014

...These are the kinds of issues that have dominated Faleomavaega’s agenda over the years when he hasn’t been traveling....


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Hannemann, Aiona, Ige: No Consensus Behind Kanaiolowalu Roll
by Andrew Walden Saturday, August 23, 2014

"I'm not convinced, especially with what happened with the Department of Interior hearings, that there is consensus...."


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VIDEO: Standing Room Only at Grassroot Gubernatorial Forum
by Andrew Walden Friday, August 22, 2014

David Ige may have been afraid of the video, but hundreds of other people weren’t as a standing-room only lunchtime crowd packed the downtown Honolulu Pacific Club for today's Grassroot Institute gubernatorial forum....


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Sutton Endorses Aiona-Ahu Ticket
by News Release Friday, August 22, 2014

...The team of Aiona and Ahu ... have a great positive approach to gathering wide support and standing up when asked to debate or speak to groups....


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Federal Recognition: What Happens Next?
by Video Video Friday, August 22, 2014
What's At Stake For The Desperate Handful That Are Pushing So Hard To Make It A Reality? 

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Hawaii Requests Presidential disaster declaration for Iselle
by News Release Friday, August 22, 2014

The request seeks Individual Assistance for Hawaii County. Individual Assistance would make additional funding, loans and services available to affected residents....


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OHA Cronies Claim 2000 Statements of Support for Tribal Recognition
by News Release Friday, August 22, 2014

On the final day to submit comments on whether the Department of the Interior (DOI) should propose rules....


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Hawaii Marine instills ‘Ohana spirit during Afghanistan deployment
by News Article Friday, August 22, 2014

...Marine Sgt. Victor Farinas of Aiea deployed to Helmand province, Afghanistan during Feb. 2014 with 1st Marine Regiment....


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Duncan Announces One Year Delay in Teacher Evaluations
by News Release Friday, August 22, 2014

...I believe testing issues today are sucking the oxygen out of the room....


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Overlooking Wreckage, UH Regents Claim to Take Responsibilities Seriously
by News Release Friday, August 22, 2014

...we received substantial input on the substantial level of churn among the senior system and campus administration over the past decade....


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ACLU Lawsuit Challenges Puna Voting
by News Release Thursday, August 21, 2014

...lawsuit filed Thursday asks the State Supreme Court to allow any registered voter affected by Tropical Storm Iselle to cast a vote....


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Ige Cancels: Will be only Candidate Missing from First Gubernatorial Forum
by Grassroot Institute Thursday, August 21, 2014

...Friday, August 22, 2014, 12 Noon, Pacific Club, Honolulu....


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It was 55 years ago today we added the 50th state
by News Article Thursday, August 21, 2014

...President Dwight D. Eisenhower signed a proclamation naming Hawaii as the 50th state on August 21, 1959....


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Hawaii Gets Mixed Reviews on Policies to Prevent and Fight Cancer
by News Release Thursday, August 21, 2014

Hawaii is making progress when it comes to passing policies to prevent and reduce suffering and death from cancer, according to a new report by the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network....


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Hawaii’s largest insurance provider pulls small business plans from health exchange
by Malia Zimmerman Thursday, August 21, 2014

Hawaii’s health-care exchange, the Hawaii Health Connector, has taken another blow....


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Saipan Gets better Representation than American Samoa
by News Article Wednesday, August 20, 2014

...“this is certainly the most important congressional group to visit the Northern Marianas at one time.”....


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ACT Score Report: Hawaii Students Least Ready for College
by News Article Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Hawaii ranked lowest, with an average composite score of 18.2....


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DHS Fraud Investigator Allegedly Worked for TSA on State Time
by News Release Wednesday, August 20, 2014
... charged with Theft in the Second Degree for receiving unearned compensation from the State of Hawaii from 2008 through 2012....
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Yakuza? Triads? Technicalities Shred $50M Racketeering Suit Against Pro-Rail Hawaiian Stabilization Fund
by News Article Wednesday, August 20, 2014

...Judge Chen found that all of the union members' allegations regarding the Hawaiian Stabilization Fund involve state-law causes of action over which the federal court has no jurisdiction....


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No Lawsuit: Hanabusa Calls for Legislative Investigation of Election, Does not Endorse Schatz
by News Release Wednesday, August 20, 2014

...I heard from many who feel strongly that they were disenfranchised from the voting process this election and I stand ready to support any collaborative effort to have those voices heard....


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City to Discuss Ala Moana TOD Plan
by News Release Wednesday, August 20, 2014

...6 p.m., August 27, in the Washington Middle School Cafeteria....


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Accountability: DoE Identifies Almost All Teachers as Effective
by News Release Wednesday, August 20, 2014

...0.2 percent of teachers were rated unsatisfactory, which means teachers do not show evidence of effective teacher practice, positive student outcomes....


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The Incompetence of HART: Cheapest Bid for 9 Stations Comes 75% Over Budget
by Panos Prevedouros PhD Tuesday, August 19, 2014

These nine stations are the relatively easy ones to build... A couple of them are in empty fields....


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Hawaii’s path to a constitutional republic
by Rachelle Chang  Tuesday, August 19, 2014

...Statehood was an exciting time for many people in Hawaii....


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Consuming Chemicals is a What We Do on a Daily Basis
by Joni Kamiya Tuesday, August 19, 2014

...so many people tell me how they are cutting back on chemicals in their food by eating better. I can’t help but shake my head....


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Still Blogging A Year Later!
by Joni Kamiya Tuesday, August 19, 2014

...By speaking out, I’ve been able to network others who share my thoughts about the Hawaii we want and it gives me hope....


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Schatz wins U.S. Senate primary in political battle that divided Hawaii’s Democratic party
by Malia Zimmerman Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Polls showed that whites, and most mainland liberal groups, largely backed Schatz, while Hanabusa had the support of local Asians....


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Death Threats from Anti-GMO Nuts
by News Article Tuesday, August 19, 2014

...millionaire organic activist Mike “the Health Ranger” Adams charges that hundreds of thousands of deaths have been caused by GMO crops....


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Hawaii and U.S. Territories aim to increase fuel diversity with LNG imports
by News Article Tuesday, August 19, 2014

...These islands may soon be able to diversify their energy sources to include natural gas, because of relatively low natural gas prices and new shipping technology....


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Hawaii Still a Debt "Sinkhole State"
by Grassroot Institute Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Hawaii remains among the worst 5 states for taxpayer burden of debt and continues to use overly optimistic accounting....


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Gabbard: If Our Mission Isn’t to Take Out ISIS, ‘We’ve Got a Real Problem Here’
by News Article Monday, August 18, 2014

“You know, Adam and I both enlisted, joined the military after 9/11 because we heard our nation’s leaders say after that attack that we would go and take out these Islamic extremists wherever they are."


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In Hawaii $100.00 is Only Worth $85.32
by News Article Monday, August 18, 2014

The states where $100 is worth the least are the District of Columbia ($84.60), Hawaii ($85.32), New York ($86.66), New Jersey ($87.64), and California ($88.57)....


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