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Tuesday, August 31, 2010
Allen Cardines to direct Hawaii Family Forum
By News Release @ 10:34 PM :: 13419 Views :: Family, First Amendment, Religion

Allen was responsible for organizing the volunteers at the 2010 iVote rally at the Capitol as well as organizing the neighbor island pastors and churches in the HB444 campaign.  He is a leader in our community and we are extremely blessed to have him take this key position.

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Tuesday, August 31, 2010
Aiona dedicates new Shriners Hospital for Children in Honolulu
By News Release @ 10:31 PM :: 7637 Views :: Maui County, Education K-12, Energy, Environment

Lt. Governor Aiona on Thursday delivered remarks on the importance of providing affordable, quality health care at a dedication ceremony for a new Shriners Hospital for Children in Honolulu. The hospital will help provide specialty care and innovative research for children from Hawai`i and the Pacific Northwest.

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Tuesday, August 31, 2010
UPDATE: Senate’s Key Republican Akaka Bill backer CONCEDES Alaska primary
By Selected News Articles @ 10:00 PM :: 10582 Views :: Energy, Environment, National News, Ethics

Alaska's incumbent Republican Senator Lisa Murkowski has conceded to TEA Party-backed Republican Senate candidate Joe Miler.

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Tuesday, August 31, 2010
Congress.org rejects Abercrombie’s “front group” claim
By Andrew Walden @ 9:00 PM :: 8226 Views :: Congressional Delegation, Politicians

In his response, Abercrombie said that his opponent "spins facts."

"Congress.org is a Republican front organization that rates me in the same category as Sen. Daniel Inouye," he said, referring to Hawaii's longtime senator.

For the record, Congress.org is not —and has never been — a "Republican front organization." We are a news and information site run by the CQ-Roll Call Group, which also publishes CQ Today and Roll Call. Like those publications, we strive to be neutral and objective.

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Tuesday, August 31, 2010
Duke Aiona Launches Connecting Communities Initiative
By News Release @ 7:16 PM :: 5460 Views :: Energy, Environment

HONOLULU - Lt. Governor Duke Aiona, the leading Republican candidate for Governor, today announced that he will kick off his Connecting Communities initiative to hold 20 talk stories in 20 communities across the state. The new statewide effort to connect working families and concerned citizens to each other and the issues they care about most follows Duke Aiona's small business initiative in which he met with more than 120 small businesses in 100 days.

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Tuesday, August 31, 2010
Darwin Ching for Prosecutor releases new TV Advert
By News Release @ 7:07 PM :: 5675 Views :: Energy, Environment


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Tuesday, August 31, 2010
Honolulu’s aging water mains: One break per day
By News Release @ 6:22 PM :: 9627 Views :: Maui County, Education K-12

According to the Board of Water Supply, there were 364 water main breaks per year between 2005 and 2009.

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Tuesday, August 31, 2010
Djou: Heroes in uniform deserve credit for success in Iraq
By Rep Charles Djou @ 6:12 PM :: 11380 Views :: Maui County, Education K-12, Energy, Environment, National News, Ethics, World News, Family

“Today marks a historic and monumental shift—and we have our brave men and women in uniform to thank for that. The progress made in Iraq has been difficult and undeniable. It is remarkable to reflect on how far Iraq has come from a nation ruled by a tyrant to a functioning democracy in the heart of the Arab Middle East. This is what our courageous troops have accomplished.

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Tuesday, August 31, 2010
It's Time for Reality, Not Deadlines, in Iraq and Afghanistan
By Heritage Foundation @ 5:48 PM :: 4810 Views :: National News, Ethics

Instead of uniting the country behind our effort in Iraq, this is how President Obama chose to open his remarks: "As a candidate for this office, I pledged I would end this war. As President, that is what I am doing. We have brought home more than 90,000 troops since I took office." The President's love affair with first person singular pronouns aside, this is just plain false.

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Tuesday, August 31, 2010
Sierra Club Vice Chair: “Killing TMT will cause another drop in Sierra Club membership and stature; it is the Superferry all over again”
By News Release @ 1:10 AM :: 9060 Views :: Hawaii County , Greenmail

I am troubled by the anti-TMT attitude. We are about to reward unprecedented respectful and responsible behavior by the TMT project with open opposition and legal action intended to stop construction. Many are saying the Sierra Club is anti-astronomy while others claim that the TMT is caught in the cross-fire of some long standing anti-UH vendetta.

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Tuesday, August 31, 2010
Aiona: “Chairman Ka’auwai’s personal comments are seen as divisive”
By Lt Gov Duke Aiona @ 12:01 AM :: 5303 Views :: Energy, Environment

HONOLULU - Lt. Governor Duke Aiona today issued the following statement regarding a personal letter that was sent by Hawai‘i Republican Party Chairman Jonah Ka‘auwai to his supporters....

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Monday, August 30, 2010
Rep. Djou to host Honolulu Job Fair Sept. 9
By News Release @ 2:00 PM :: 10991 Views :: Maui County, Education K-12, Energy, Environment, National News, Ethics

Join Congressman Charles K. Djou and many prospective employers looking to hire at the 2010 First Congressional District Job Fair. This job fair is free of charge and is open to all residents of Honolulu who are unemployed or underemployed and are looking for better opportunities.

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Monday, August 30, 2010
Who Is Hawaiian, What Begets Federal Recognition, and How Much Blood Matters?
By Selected News Articles @ 12:41 PM :: 7776 Views :: Energy, Environment, National News, Ethics

The Akaka bill is novel in that it is the first Congressional attempt to federally recognize a non-Indian entity, and to do so in a fashion inconsistent with the political history of the former governing entity it is ostensibly recognizing. Under a different view, the Akaka bill is novel in that it endeavors to federally recognize a government to collectively represent an entire ethnic group based upon shared indigeneity, rather than political history. But political history, not indegeneity, begets federal recognition.

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Monday, August 30, 2010
Reps. Marumoto and Thielen back Minority Leader Finnegan
By News Release @ 12:39 PM :: 7286 Views :: Maui County, Education K-12, Energy, Environment

HONOLULU - House Minority Leader Lynn Finnegan, Republican candidate for Lt. Governor, today announced the endorsement of several members of her Minority Caucus in her election bid. The Minority Caucus elected Lynn Finnegan as their leader five years ago.

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Sunday, August 29, 2010
Lingle: Whole state is proud of Waipio All-Stars
By Gov. Linda Lingle @ 7:58 PM :: 5747 Views :: Maui County, Energy

“The team’s achievements clearly reflect the guidance of their parents, coaches and teachers.  I want to especially recognize Team Manager Brian Yoshii and coaches Kiha Akau and Jason Heleski for their leadership in mentoring these young athletes and providing them a strong foundation for success both on and off the field.

“The loss to Japan today in no way takes away from what the Waipio All-Stars have brought to our state: tremendous pride to their families, their community and the entire State of Hawai‘i."

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Sunday, August 29, 2010
Beck, Palin, and Martin Luther King
By Selected News Articles @ 3:54 PM :: 7137 Views :: National News, Ethics

The speeches were not incendiary, for the movement is not basically political. The deep feeling present came of itself from the crowd. The spontaneity of the marching, the emotional reaction to the singing, the quiet fellowship of the audience provided evidence; the profound devotion to this most sincerely embraced of all causes was obvious. If the democratic system is to be workable we must come back to this deep, non-political popular feeling as the primary sovereignty. The legislature of the nation can never lead the people; it would pervert democracy if it did. The noble spirit of the March is inescapable and its manifestations must eventually be found in Congress.

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Sunday, August 29, 2010
Feds deny waiver for Hawaii’s illegal 2010 election schedule
By Selected News Articles @ 2:14 PM :: 8135 Views :: Energy, Environment, National News, Ethics

HONOLULU -- With Hawaii's primary election just three weeks away, elections officials were dealt a big blow Friday by the federal government.

The state may face a federal lawsuit because Hawaii’s primary and general elections are too close together to meet the requirements of a new federal law….

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Sunday, August 29, 2010
University of Hawaii Study: Native Hawaiians Fear Violence
By Andrew Walden @ 10:43 AM :: 13411 Views :: Hawaii County , Akaka Bill, DHHL, Hawaii Statistics, OHA

Results in a pilot study "Native Hawaiian Perceptions of Violence as a Means to Attain Sovereignty" show a sharp contrast between the number of Native Hawaiians interviewed who believe violence is justifiable to achieve sovereignty -- 6 percent -- and the number who believe "the desire to gain sovereignty will result in violence in the future -- 53 percent. Only 24.8 percent felt that violence would definitely not occur.

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Saturday, August 28, 2010
Hawaii Physician groups back Duke Aiona for Governor
By News Release @ 5:53 PM :: 4780 Views :: Energy, Environment

HONOLULU – Lt. Governor Duke Aiona today announced that the Hawai`i Ophthalmological Society (HOS) and the Hawai`i Medical Political Action Committee (HAMPAC) have endorsed his campaign for Governor.

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Saturday, August 28, 2010
Waipio All-Stars win US Little League Championship
By Gov. Linda Lingle @ 5:00 PM :: 9230 Views :: Maui County, Energy, National News, World News

HONOLULU – Governor Linda Lingle congratulated the Waipio All-Stars Little League team for winning the U.S. Championship Little League World Series title today, in a 10-0 shutout victory over the team from Pearland, Texas. ...

“I can’t wait for tomorrow’s championship where I know Waipio will continue to play at the highest level as they pursue their second Little League World Series championship. Special kudos to the coaches and volunteer staff who led by example.”

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Saturday, August 28, 2010
Restoring Honor: Glenn Beck rallies 500,000 on anniversary of “I have a Dream” speech
By Selected News Articles @ 3:07 PM :: 7725 Views :: National News, Ethics

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Saturday, August 28, 2010
Will wandering Republicans be Mufi’s hope or Hawaii’s salvation?
By Andrew Walden @ 1:29 AM :: 8690 Views :: Energy, Environment

Usually discussions of Hawaii’s one-party system focus on an alleged “plantation mentality” and Democrat “machine voters.”  A caricature of the machine voter has them giving up their vote on instructions from nefarious union bosses in exchange for a plate of chili and rice.  But a recent poll points in a surprisingly different direction—wandering Republicans.  The Star-Advertiser-HNN poll released August 22 shows that Republican crossover voters back Mufi Hannemann 72-28% – making the Republican voting bloc absolutely indispensible to Hannemann’s Primary election chances. 

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Friday, August 27, 2010
Secretary Duncan's Race to Waste Your Education Dollars
By Heritage Foundation @ 12:32 PM :: 7636 Views :: Energy, Environment, National News, Ethics

New Jersey was not the only state to lose out because of the Obama administration's slavish devotion to teacher union votes and cash. Proven education reform leaders like Louisiana and Colorado also lost points and finished out of the money because their state's chosen reforms threatened union priorities. Meanwhile Hawaii (which the Data Quality Campaign ranked 17th for education data systems, which the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools ranked 34th for the strength of their charter laws, and which got a D- from the National Council on Teacher Quality) finished third and will receive $75 million. Oh, but they had 100% "buy in" from the unions.

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Friday, August 27, 2010
Progressives Against Progress: The rise of environmentalism poisoned liberals’ historical optimism
By Selected News Articles @ 9:48 AM :: 10378 Views :: Energy, Environment, National News, Ethics, World News, Family

On the first Earth Day, in 1970, some scientists predicted that pollution would make 'breathing helmets' necessary in ten years' time.

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Thursday, August 26, 2010
Fact Check: Carlisle misleads on his involvement in Republican Party
By News Release @ 9:41 PM :: 7219 Views :: Maui County, Education K-12, Energy, Environment

“Mr. Carlisle is fortunate that his statements about his involvement in the Republican Party do not have to stand up in court.   Although he claims that he was not an “active member” and only involved for a “few months”, the fact is Carlisle was a registered party member for 4 years, chaired two State Republican Party Conventions, emceed a major party fundraiser, and ran as a party member for reelection in 2008."

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Thursday, August 26, 2010
Rep Pat Saiki challenges Adrienne King’s endorsement claim
By Andrew Walden @ 3:09 PM :: 9260 Views :: Maui County, Education K-12, Energy, Environment

In an odd sequence of events, Republican Lieutenant Governor candidate Adrienne King last week first claimed and then retracted her claim to have won the endorsements of both the Kona and Maui TEA Party groups.  Rep. Pat Saiki, Honolulu’s Republican Congresswoman from 1986 to 1990, also rejects King’s continuing use of Saiki’s name as an endorser.  

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Thursday, August 26, 2010
The Ground Zero Mosque's Muslim Opponents
By IPT News @ 1:51 PM :: 5249 Views :: National News, Ethics

Defenders of the proposed Ground Zero mosque are quick to write off opponents as bigots simply out to stir up hatred of Muslims.

While some of the rhetoric is excessive, the blanket dismissal hides a more difficult challenge for mosque advocates: A growing number of Muslims openly oppose the project too. Some agree it's the wrong place, while others are increasingly critical of what they see as tone-deaf and clumsy leadership from mosque planners.

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Thursday, August 26, 2010
Prevedouros: Fiscal irresponsibility, not the Governor, is blocking Rail
By News Release @ 1:12 AM :: 10147 Views :: Maui County, Education K-12, Energy, Environment, National News, Ethics

"Even Mr. Carlisle, who promises to 'put our financial house in order' admits this is not fiscally responsible.  Despite this, he wants to build a mega rail system--even bigger than the one currently planned.

"It is our belief that Hawaii’s political class is purposely waiting until after the elections, at which time it will announce a 'November surprise' of massive tax increases to pay for rail, sewers, and pay increases."

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Wednesday, August 25, 2010
CJ-Appointee Recktenwald's ICA Opinions
By Selected News Articles @ 8:00 PM :: 6264 Views :: Energy, Environment

In the second edition of opinions by Hawaii Supreme Court Chief Justice appointee Mark E. Recktenwald (currently serving as an Associate Justice on the court), we review the opinions he authored during his tenure on the Intermediate Court of Appeals where Justice Recktenwald served as Chief Judge from April 30, 2007 until he moved to the Hawaii Supreme Court in May 2009.

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Wednesday, August 25, 2010
Full Text: Hawaii DoE submitted error in first round of Race to The Top application
By Selected News Articles @ 6:51 PM :: 5981 Views :: Energy, Environment

TRENTON — New Jersey was not the only state to make an error on its application for the Race to the Top competition. Hawaii omitted a response to an entire section of the application it wrote for the competition’s first round, a mistake that cost it 25 points....

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Wednesday, August 25, 2010
RTTT “farce”? HSTA, progressives already scheming to fudge accountability requirements
By Andrew Walden @ 1:33 PM :: 12923 Views :: Maui County, Education K-12, Energy, Environment, National News, Ethics

Hawaii politicos have spent a lifetime snagging federal dollars and then doing what they please, so it is illogical and unreasonable to assume that RTTT will be any different. 

The HSTA’s worthless signature was a key to the DoE’s RTTT application being ranked third in the nation, how will they undo it?

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Wednesday, August 25, 2010
Democrats make up 70% of poll respondents—But Aiona #1 in favorability
By News Release @ 2:11 AM :: 5102 Views :: Energy, Environment

While a poll released today by the Honolulu Star-Advertiser shows Duke Aiona leading among Independents and Hawaiians in the race for Governor, it is geared toward 70 percent of an electorate preparing for a contentious Democratic primary election.

Of the 604 likely voters polled, 425 said they were planning to vote in the Democratic primary.

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Wednesday, August 25, 2010
Djou: RTTT “is just the beginning”
By Rep Charles Djou @ 1:45 AM :: 9654 Views :: Maui County, Education K-12, Energy, Environment, National News, Ethics

“While today’s news is promising, it is just the beginning. The road to success in the public school system is long, but with the kind of resolve that the State of Hawaii has displayed, it is not one that is impossible.”

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Tuesday, August 24, 2010
Lingle: RTTT “would not have been possible without Matayoshi”
By Gov. Linda Lingle @ 11:13 AM :: 7188 Views :: Education K-12

“Securing this grant is just a stepping stone.  We will now begin the hard work of implementing our education reform plan, which includes a common core curriculum tied to a new on-line state test while tracking student progress and rewarding teachers by linking 50 percent of their evaluation to student achievement.  I am especially excited about our pledge to have 100 percent of high school graduates ready for a career and college without the need for post secondary remediation programs,” the Governor added.

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Tuesday, August 24, 2010
Aiona: RTTT selection result of shared commitment to education reform
By Lt Gov Duke Aiona @ 10:28 AM :: 9747 Views :: Maui County, Education K-12, Energy, Environment, National News, Ethics

“We outlined an ambitious vision and long-overdue public education reform goals for our state, which included assisting struggling schools, improving school performance from kindergarten to college, and ensuring that all of our students are equipped and prepared to enter both college and the working environment.

“This is an historic opportunity, and we must continue to work together to implement the reforms necessary to cultivate a brighter future for our young people.”

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Monday, August 23, 2010
Heritage: The Left is in Full Retreat
By Heritage Foundation @ 10:02 PM :: 4815 Views :: National News, Ethics

Last Thursday, a who's who of the progressive movement met for a conference call organized by Families USA and hosted by the advocacy group for government-run health care, The Herndon Alliance. The Alliance's partners include AARP, AFL-CIO, SEIU, MoveOn and La Raza, among many others. Democratic pollsters John Anzalone, Celinda Lake and Stan Greenberg were the call's main event, and they were there to deliver some bad news.

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Monday, August 23, 2010
Meet the “moderate” Muslim behind the Ground Zero Mosque
By IPT News @ 9:56 PM :: 10304 Views :: Energy, Environment, National News, Ethics, World News, Family

"...the United States has more Muslim blood on its hands than al Qaida has on its hands of innocent non Muslims...."

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Monday, August 23, 2010
Hannemann Campaign: Abercrombie is 2 points ahead
By News Release @ 2:20 PM :: 6034 Views :: Energy, Environment

In response to the Star-Advertiser/Hawaii News Now poll released today (Sunday), the Hannemann campaign has released the results of a recent poll conducted by QMark Research that shows the race for governor in a statistical dead heat between the two leading Democratic candidates.

The QMark poll shows that if the race was held today it would be 43% for Abercrombie to 41% for Hannemann, a difference of two percentage points, with 16% of the voters still undecided.

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Monday, August 23, 2010
Ed Case: “Prevedouros and Carlisle are the change candidates against status quo Caldwell”
By Ed Case @ 2:14 PM :: 7117 Views :: Maui County, Education K-12, Energy, Environment

I like Panos Prevedouros: his energy and enthusiasm; outside-politics base and perspective; and fresh thinking and independence. We need him and many others like him to seek and serve in elective office. In this election, though, he and Carlisle are the change candidates against a status quo Caldwell; I don't want that vote to be split at the risk of Caldwell prevailing. As well, as a cautious mass transit supporter, I don't believe rail should be effectively scuttled on this vote. So for me Prevedouros is a yes, but not this one.

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Monday, August 23, 2010
Terrorism? Sovereignty activists prove UHH Professor’s unspoken point
By News Release @ 1:51 PM :: 14338 Views :: Hawaii County , Akaka Bill, DHHL, First Amendment, Higher Education, OHA

...the meeting was disrupted by many Hawaiian Sovereignty proponents who dominated the session with loud and acrimonious statements....

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Monday, August 23, 2010
Democrats Want to Slam Small Businesses with Massive Tax Hike: Where’s Hanabusa?
By News Release @ 12:50 PM :: 9576 Views :: Maui County, Education K-12, Energy, Environment, National News, Ethics

Washington- In another attempt to distract from their record of runaway spending and economic failure, House Democrats have handed down new marching orders to Democratic candidate Colleen Hanabusa. Their latest strategy to gloss over their job-killing agenda is to instruct loyal followers like Hanabusa and her Washington friends to highlight the party’s so-called small business agenda. Likely missing from the latest directive, however, is any mention that Washington Democrats are pushing forward with a plan to slam small businesses with massive tax hikes that are certain to kill jobs, prevent businesses from hiring, and set the already-struggling economy back even more.

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Sunday, August 22, 2010
Aiona thanks Case “for his remarks about my candidacy”
By Lt Gov Duke Aiona @ 12:01 PM :: 5093 Views :: Energy, Environment

"Now, Ed has written a thoughtful and courageous letter to his supporters about why he is endorsing Neil Abercrombie over Mufi Hannemann in the Democratic primary. Ed is candid in describing Mufi as "the product and clear choice of a political machine that must end" and "the most dangerous politician in a generation."

"I would like to personally extend my thanks and appreciation to Ed for his remarks about my candidacy. Ed Case and I differ on a variety of issues, but we want to serve the people of Hawai`i with honesty and integrity to the best of our experience and abilities."

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Saturday, August 21, 2010
Ed Case: Abercrombie, Aiona “both honest, independent, experienced candidates”
By Ed Case @ 10:15 PM :: 7318 Views :: Energy, Environment

...I've known and worked with Hannemann for the same period, and once saw him as a leader for Hawai‘i today and tomorrow. But, as I've watched him in public office, I've come to view him as the most dangerous politician in a generation, because his talents mask an agenda which, if successful, will set Hawai‘i back a generation. He is the product and clear choice of a political machine that must end....

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Saturday, August 21, 2010
Djou blames spending, stimulus for lethargic economy in GOP address
By Selected News Articles @ 4:29 PM :: 8192 Views :: Maui County, Education K-12, Energy, Environment, National News, Ethics

House Republicans this weekend continued to blame Democrats for a lethargic economy, charging that last year's stimulus bill has hobbled the country with debt while failing to prevent the job losses that supporters promised.

"For every problem facing our nation, the answer from Washington has been to spend and spend, and – if that doesn’t work – spend some more," Rep. Charles Djou (R-Hawaii), said Saturday, delivering the Republicans' weekly radio address.

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Saturday, August 21, 2010
Djou’s Statehood Day speech splashes across national media
By Selected News Articles @ 4:20 PM :: 9374 Views :: Maui County, Education K-12, Energy, Environment, National News, Ethics

Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Voice of America, AP, Bloomberg, Politico...they're all talking about Charles Djou's speech.  And the local media?  Oh, that's right, they're busy doing point-by-point color commentary on the trash-talking Democrats who want to be Governor.

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Saturday, August 21, 2010
Rep. Djou Statehood Day address carried nationwide: “We can cut $1.3 trillion right now”
By Rep Charles Djou @ 8:42 AM :: 10137 Views :: Maui County, Education K-12, Energy, Environment, National News, Ethics

Rep. Djou: “Even if the powers-that-be in Washington do not support less government and less spending, they should at least provide those of us who do with a chance to give the American people the common-sense fiscal discipline they are demanding.”

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Friday, August 20, 2010
After 6 years: Newspaper Guild signs contract with Tribune-Herald
By News Release @ 11:47 PM :: 7894 Views :: Hawaii County , Labor

The Hawaii Newspaper Guild and the Hawaii Tribune-Herald have signed a contract after nearly six years of negotiations.

The two-year agreement covers all employees at the Hilo newspaper except pressmen, who are covered by a separate contract, and managers. The pressmen's negotiations lasted as long as the Guild's. The contracts are similar.

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Friday, August 20, 2010
Nonaka: Republican Poll for Carlisle Doesn't Exist
By News Release @ 11:26 PM :: 7745 Views :: Maui County, Education K-12, Energy, Environment

"The poll numbers referenced by Mr. Carlisle in the Midweek story do not exist.  The Hawaii Republican Party has not conducted nor shared poll numbers with the Carlisle campaign and the public needs to know that the numbers he is referring could just be made up."

Peter Carlisle is not a member of the Hawaii Republican Party.  The only Hawaii Republican Party member in the race for Honolulu Mayor is Panos Prevedouros. 

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Friday, August 20, 2010
Djou meets with small businesses
By News Release @ 10:50 PM :: 10265 Views :: Maui County, Education K-12, Energy, Environment, National News, Ethics

Congressman Djou meeting with the Hawaii Restaurant Association

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Friday, August 20, 2010
CORRECTION: Maui, Kona TEA Party groups DO NOT back King for Lt Governor
By News Release @ 9:42 PM :: 11930 Views :: Politicians, Republican Party, TEA Party

The King campaign has retracted its earlier announcement of endorsements from both the Maui and Kona TEA Parties.

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