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Tuesday, July 31, 2018
July 31, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:11 PM :: 3885 Views
  1. Lava Suits Begin as Lloyd's Denies Claims
  2. Tupola: "Let's Give Displaced Families Something They Can Count On"
  3. Seeking Applicants for Independent Grand Jury Counsel – Fifth Circuit (Kauai)
  4. Ige Appoints Jon Yoshimura to Espero's Senate Seat
  5. Poll: Ige 43% -- Hanabusa 34%
  6. Poll: Tupola 39% – Carroll 22%
  7. LG Poll: Green 31% – Tokuda 17%
  8. Caldwell criticizes Hanabusa’s HART role
  9. HCCC warden called to court to answer for erroneous release of murder suspect
  10. Photographer challenges Hawaii Taser ban on 2nd Amendment grounds
  11. Homeless Criminals and Drug Addicts Returning to Nimitz Freeway Camp and Pearl Harbor Bike Path
  12. ATM Robber Arrested – Was Already in Jail
  13. Convicted Mortgage Scammer Wants to Rewrite Hawaii DoE Curriculum to Ease the Con
  14. Snorkel Rentals Kill: 383 Deaths from Drowning in Four Years
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Monday, July 30, 2018
July 30, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:19 PM :: 3213 Views
  1. Sen Thielen: Hanabusa Women Silent in Face of Real Discrimination
  2. Hawaii Republicans, Once Near Extinction, Prepare a Comeback
  3. Honolulu Surf Contests: New Rules in Effect Starting July 30
  4. Hawaii DoE: 2nd-Lowest ACT Scores in USA
  5. Green Exploits Homeless in Run for Office
  6. Anti-GMO Nuts Behind LoPresti Senate Run
  7. Transparency: Taking Personal Bias out of Hawaii Gun Laws
  8. Kealoha Case: What Does it Take to Actually Get Fired?
  9. Board of a Kauai public charter school reshaped; New applicants wanted
  10. State pilot program saves 1M sheets of paper in just 6 months
  11. If You’re Poor In Hawaii, A Visit To The Dentist Is A Luxury
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Sunday, July 29, 2018
July 29, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:11 PM :: 3481 Views
  1. Foreclosure Hour? ODC Investigation Targets Attorney Gary V Dubin
  2. Smart Candidate: Audit the DoE
  3. The Wayfair Switch in Time
  4. 'People demand action': Honolulu Mayor displeased by council's response to homeless bills
  5. Mentally Ill Person Lived at Bus-stop for decades Until She Died Thanks to the ACLU
  6. Helping homeless with mental illness is complicated -- until we force them into Lunatic Asylums
  7. Star-Adv: Hanabusa Must Promise to Quit the Mafia if Elected Governor
  8. Manipol-Larson faces white nationalist in Hilo HD2 GOP primary
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Saturday, July 28, 2018
July 28, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:55 PM :: 3169 Views
  1. Andria Tupola: Joan of Arc crossed with Monty Python
  2. Special Action Team on Affordable Rental Housing Presents 10-Year Plan
  3. EIS Will Be Required for Aquarium Permits
  4. How to resolve Hawaii’s public pension debt crisis
  5. Ninth Circuit Stunner: Second Amendment Protects Public Open Carry!
  6. Trump Hits Roadblocks in Remaking the Nation’s Most Liberal Court
  7. Early Voting Begins Monday
  8. Special Interest Money Behind Hanabusa Campaign
  9. 2 homeless bills stall in committee—’Advocates’ Keep the Homeless Homeless Again
  10. Gov. Ige signs Peyton's Law, adding reforms to child welfare system
  11. Abortion Mongers May Lose Taxpayer Subsidy
  12. Medicare contributes $2.4 billion to Hawaii economy, study says
  13. HPA to Deliberate Two Weeks on How to get Away With Letting Capobianco Out Early
  14. Honolulu Council Harasses Small Businesses—This Time They Want to Ban Them from Parking
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Saturday, July 28, 2018
July, 2018 Letters to the Editor
By Letters to the Editor @ 3:53 PM :: 3981 Views
  • Smart Candidate: Audit the DoE
  • Audit the DoE?
  • Why no Mobile Homes for Lava Victims?
  • Federal judges not supposed to be political
  • Reorganizing the HTA
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Friday, July 27, 2018
July 27, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:53 PM :: 4729 Views
  1. Eco-Hypesters Complain About ‘Dirty’ Clean Energy 
  2. Report: Illegal TVRs Create 7,000 Jobs on Oahu
  3. Kauai Inequality More Than Double The Rest of Hawaii
  4. Jones Act Blamed for High Consumer Prices in Puerto Rico
  5. Bridge Aina Lea--Next Stop 9th Circuit
  6. Act 56: When An Agency Is Given Emergency Powers, Pretty Soon Everything Looks Like An "Emergency"
  7. Caldwell Vetoes Military Property Tax Break
  8. Murder suspect the Fourth to be ‘erroneously released’ by UPW Members at HCCC
  9. Homeless Rapists, Child Molesters registered as living in Oahu parks, review shows
  10. Mayor Proposes Sweeping Changes In Vacation Rental Rules
  11. Survey: Support for Tourism Down 20%
  12. Ikaika Anderson, Staffer Helping Tommy Waters
  13. Anti-GMO Activist Roseanne Barr: I Was ‘Terrified’ Living on an ‘Island Full of Brown People’ After Racist Tweet
  14. EIAs required for commercial aquarium fishing
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Thursday, July 26, 2018
July 26, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:52 PM :: 3061 Views
  1. Free Hawaii: Who to Vote for in OHA Elections
  2. Hawaii Rifle Association Releases Candidate Survey Results
  3. HPU Anti-Divestment Vote: Victory over 'Outrage Culture'
  4. Ige: I Signed Endangered Species Letter, but I didn't Really Mean it    
  5. Act 56: Murky Law Could Give Governor Broad New Powers
  6. Lloyd's Failing Hawaii Policyholders After Volcano, Suit Says
  7. Taxing the Tax: GE Tax Imposed on bag tax
  8. Talk of Rerouting Rail Really About UH Manoa Extension
  9. Stupid Socialists Release Video for Joke Candidate Kaniela Ing
  10. Former Maui police captain pleads guilty to sex assault
  11. Big Island Bus Thief Gets Five Years More than Cop Killer Got
  12. Soft on Crime: Plea Deal Means Dude who Drove Car into Ewa Beach Crowd will be Out by Christmas
  13. Political Signs Must Include Disclaimers Starting Aug. 20
  14. Poll: Should all tobacco products be banned on Kauai?
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Wednesday, July 25, 2018
July 25, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:47 PM :: 3021 Views
  1. Lalamilo: Newly Built Windfarm in Default after 10 Months--Demands Subsidy
  2. Indictment: 24 New Jersey Residents Allegedly Defraud Hawaii DoTax
  3. HDOT Sitting on $468M Unspent Federal Funds
  4. Ige, Hanabusa: Hawaii County Should Appeal ‘Open carry’ Ruling
  5. A police interview played in court reveals new details surrounding police shootout
  6. New attack ads slam Fukunaga
  7. Carpenters super PAC spending $300K in support of Hanabusa
  8. ‘Conservative’ John Carroll: Hawaii Should Vote on Seceding from USA
  9. Smug Millennial Caucus: ‘Progressive’ Ing, Fukumoto Look Like Losers
  10. Get Ready For Scare Tactics To Ward Off A Constitutional Convention
  11. Kauai DLNR Chief on Trial for Rape, Child Molestation
  12. Officer's police powers removed in light of abuse charges
  13. Reinforcing Oligopoly: Marijuana eradication campaign confirmed
  14. Property tax breaks for disabled vets advances  
  15. Hawaii County Vacation rental bill heads to planning commissions
  16. Union Claims Marriott Agrees To Subsidize Hotel Workers’ Housing
  17. Thrift stores reusing bags must charge fee, city says
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Tuesday, July 24, 2018
July 24, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:09 PM :: 3072 Views
  1. Open Carry of Guns: 9th Circuit Strikes Down Hawaii Restrictions
  2. Kelii Akina and Gene Ward: Opening the Bottleneck at Hawaiian Homelands
  3. HDOT Touts Public-Private Partnership at Airport
  4. Audit the DoE?
  5. Hawaii AG Joins Effort to Save DACA
  6. Gov. Ige: “I don’t exchange favors…”    
  7. Fundraising prowess? More like generous supporters
  8. With Kenoi Gone, Hawaii County P-Cards Suddenly Honest
  9. Hawaii County Water Rate Hike Proposed -- Due to High Electricity Costs
  10. Transparency: State IT Projects go Public
  11. The Bus: Homeless Steal Seats from Elderly, Disabled
  12. New bill could set up future bikeshares to come to Honolulu
  13. One Protester Shuts Down Hanalei Bridge Repairs
  14. Ban on mining of sand advances
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Monday, July 23, 2018
July 23, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:45 PM :: 3117 Views
  1. Staffer for Sen Stanley Chang Accused of Sex Assault
  2. Intolerant Politicians: Green, LoPresti, Ing, Gabbard and More…
  3. Death of a Nation Coming to Dole Cannery
  4. Cop Killer Was Let Out Due to Overcrowding at Hawaii County Detention Center
  5. Convert Entire Aloha Stadium to Condos to Pay for Rail?
  6. Did Caldwell Forget About Iwilei Homeless Center?
  7. Star-Adv Endorses Moriwaki for SD12 Kakaako
  8. Hanabusa Supporters Cry Sexism
  9. West Hawaii Today Blackmails Candidates into Buying Ads
  10. Council Votes to Retroactively Tear Down Affordable Housing ‘Monsters’
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Sunday, July 22, 2018
July 22, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:04 PM :: 3473 Views
  1. Who Can We Beat Up with Property Tax?
  2. Buying the next Governor or Personal Vendetta? Pro-Rail Super PAC spends $461K to Buy Josh Green Lt Gov Seat
  3. Voters should rebel against super PAC campaign clout
  4. One Party State: Most Races Will be Decided in August 11 Democrat Primary
  5. Dead Whale: After Four Years Tied up in Eco-Bureaucracy Anti-Telescope Protesters Saved by Hawaii Admission Act
  6. Lava Burns Out Insider Land Deal for ‘Open Space’ Funds
  7. Soft-on-Crime Policy Responsible for Death of Big Island Police Officer
  8. Affordable Housing?  Abercrombie Didn’t Finish the Job
  9. Should Hawaii have a universal helmet law?
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Saturday, July 21, 2018
July 21, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 2:45 PM :: 4574 Views
  1. Kavanaugh for Supreme Court?  Rice v Cayetano Front and Center
  2. Board of Education approves new state and complex area leadership appointments
  3. HECO -- 12 Applications for Community Solar Projects in First 10 days        
  4. Feds Bust Kaniela Ing for Multiple Campaign Spending Violations 
  5. ‘Pro white’ candidate expelled by state GOP
  6. Commission investigates Kauai charter school, replaces governing board
  7. More Hawaii voters are casting ballots by mail
  8. Charter Amendments: Will Maui Vote TVRs Off the Island?
  9. Eruption sparks downturn for Big Isle hotels
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Friday, July 20, 2018
July 20, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 8:08 PM :: 3047 Views
  1. VIDEO: Car Chase, Running Gunbattle in South Kona as Police Hunt Alleged Cop Killer
  2. Homeless Outreach Court expands to Wahiawa, Waianae
  3. 2003: Ed Case Tries to Shut Down Parents of Disabled Students
  4. Unions reaffirm support for Rep Gabbard and Jones Act
  5. Deadline Extended to Fill HART Board Vacancy
  6. Ask tough questions about Jones Act
  7. Caldwell: Global Warming is a Red Herring if it Interferes with Rail
  8. Council Votes to Tear Down Affordable Housing ‘Monsters’
  9. After Kalapana, State Waited 12 years to Build Replacement Subdivision-
  10. Number of evacuees staying in shelters down
  11. Caldwell considers mental health facility as chronic homeless return to park
  12. Sand Mining Moratorium Ends on Maui
  13. Hee Family Scam Company to Benefit as Inter-Island Cables Retired?
  14. Hawaii: 20 ‘Threatened’ Species to be De-Listed?
  15. Brian Schatz Shaping Dem 2020 Campaigns?
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Thursday, July 19, 2018
July 19, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:27 PM :: 3814 Views
  1. Hawaii offers a cautionary tale of a socialist future for the U.S.
  2. Hawaii's false ballistic-missile warning spurs senators to propose fixing national alert system
  3. Should Sovereignty Activists Vote?
  4. States with the Most At-Risk Youth--Hawaii 31st
  5. Blackmailed by DCCA, Spectrum Rolls out 'Free' Wi-Fi Statewide
  6. Legislature 2018: Accomplishments for small business 
  7. Soft on Crime: Alleged Cop Killer has 13-year Rap Sheet—Never Did Any Real Time
  8. OHA: Crabbe Donates to Esther Kiaaina
  9. Kauai Charter School: Secret Credit Card Accounts—May Lose Charter
  10. HART Gives HIDoT Budget $26M Subsidy
  11. City overstates number of homeless getting permanent housing
  12. Raise minimum wage? No, create better jobs
  13. Methane Hysteria next on Hawaii Environmental Agenda?
  14. HPD rolling out body cameras next month
  15. Overcrowding worsens at Maui High — and relief is years away
  16. Big Island Has the Most Drugs and no residential treatment facility 
  17. After Burning $58M Hawaii ‘Tech’ Company Comes up with … A Dietary Supplement
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Wednesday, July 18, 2018
July 18, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:17 PM :: 3177 Views
  1. Hawaii federal special education profile updated
  2. Got a Fake Service Animal? Hawaii Civil Rights Commission Lawyers Can Help
  3. 2018’s Most & Least Stressed Cities in America  
  4. How Charles Djou Is Keeping His Hand In Honolulu Politics
  5. Council Bills: Tear Down Newly-Constructed Affordable Housing ‘Monsters’
  6. Bag Ban: Just another example of politicians sticking it to the average guy and handing the money to businesses
  7. Star-Adv Jumps on Next Wave of Eco-Hysteria: ‘Best to ditch plastic straws’
  8. Global Warming to be Excuse for Higher Insurance Rates
  9. State Agrees To Upgrade Public Housing For Disabled After Federal Probe
  10. A one-way ticket for homeless to Waianae's coast
  11. Big Island Double Rate of Opioid Prescriptions
  12. Hawaii extends federal Title IX protections to LGBTQ students
  13. Lesbian Child Molestation Charged at Boys and Girls Club Maui
  14. HPD offers amnesty program for bump stocks
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Tuesday, July 17, 2018
July 17, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:03 PM :: 3804 Views
  1. Video: Screams as Tour Boat Hit by Lava Bomb
  2. Federal judges not supposed to be political
  3. Why no Mobile Homes for Lava Victims?
  4. Caldwell issues directive on climate change and sea level rise
  5. Federal Appeals Court: No Property Right In A Clean And Pure Environment
  6. Farm Fair 2018: Eating the GMO Papaya
  7. Another Hawaii Hi-Tech Scam Busted
  8. CD1: Case 36, Chin 27, Kim 14
  9. Lt Governor: Green 34, Tokuda 14, Carvalho 14
  10. Idiots Give Kaniela Ing $377K—What will he do with it?
  11. 76% Believe Gabbard Should Debate
  12. Lawyer Claims Cell Phone, Laptop ‘Stolen’ Just Before he was to Submit them to Kealoha Investigators
  13. HART: $134M Budget Bloat is a Good Thing
  14. Honolulu Cab Companies ‘Discouraged’ By Caldwell Pricing Proposals
  15. Judge Orders More Free Lawyers for Kealohas
  16. Maui: No Homes for Working People Since 1980s
  17. 10 percent of isle students receive special-ed services
  18. Super-Gonorrhea: Hawaii is #1 in USA 
  19. Addicts Get 15,000 Free Needles a Month in Kailua-Kona
  20. Poll: 62% Fooled by Homeless Safe Zones
  21. Feds Will Spend $345 Million To Prevent A Devastating Waikiki Flood
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Monday, July 16, 2018
July 16, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 1:22 PM :: 3469 Views
  1. A Rogues Gallery – Hawaii Candidates 2018
  2. Best Cities for First Time Homebuyers? Honolulu Ranks 253rd
  3. Poll: Voters Know Hanabusa Cannot be Trusted
  4. Hawaii GOP support for Trump surges
  5. Oxycontin Hawaii:  77 Deaths in 2016
  6. Election Ploy: Hanabusa’s Police Allow Homeless to Run Rampant in Waikiki
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Sunday, July 15, 2018
July 15, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:39 PM :: 3606 Views
  1. HB2748: $500,000,000 Hole in Budget
  2. Poll: Tupola 41 - Carroll 28
  3. Poll: Ige Beats Hanabusa 44-40
  4. Hanabusa coasts on leadership claims while vague on policy
  5. Puna Land-Swap Could Provide Answer
  6. Hawaii’s regressive “progressives”
  7. Abigail Kawananakoa records secret despite Supreme Court directive
  8. HGEA Still Whining about Maui’s hospital changeover, a year later
  9. Woman’s death from heroin overdose leads to dismantling of homeless camp
  10. Kauai Mayor Considers Lifting Ban on Vacation Rentals
  11. Kauai to kick off vote-by-mail
  12. Hawaii veterans work to rebuild, find a home for Barbers Point memorial
  13. New study finds rat eradication improves fisheries around islands
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Saturday, July 14, 2018
July 14, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:57 PM :: 3221 Views
  1. Push-Poll: Hanabusa Ahead 57-31
  2. Cash: Carpenters super PAC to Help Make up for Hanabusa campaign shortfall
  3. SD23: Very Little Cash for Hee After he Quits Gubernatorial Race
  4. LG Campaign: Rich Tranny Loans Himself $442K
  5. Tupola Leaves GOP Challengers Behind In Campaign Money Race
  6. Kiaaina: 100% for the Akaka Tribe
  7. Hawaii County Charter Commission Sworn in
  8. Status of missing drug evidence case a mystery
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Friday, July 13, 2018
July 13, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:53 PM :: 4233 Views
  1. DoTax Chickens Out on Retroactive Internet Sales Tax Collection
  2. HB1895: Legislators Give Tobacco Lobbyists Sneaky Bonus
  3. How to resolve Hawaii’s public pension debt crisis
  4. Caldwell Proposes Reducing Regulatory Burden on Transportation Providers
  5. To What Extent Does Your State Rely on Corporate Income Taxes?
  6. Work together to implement Janus decision
  7. NextEra Execs Pay $20K for The Hanabusa
  8. Kealoha Case: Chief Cuckold’s Last Chance for a Deal?
  9. 'Arch enemies': Princess Kawananakoa's attorneys denounce foundation's board
  10. OHA Race: Esther Kia’aina Backed by Crabbe Cash Against Sam Wilder King II
  11. Microgrid Tariff: New Way to Transfer Ratepayer Money to Elon Musk
  12. City officials relocate 23 homeless to Shelter
  13. Soft on Crime: After 7-year Crime Spree, Criminal gets 5 years for Spear Attack (again)
  14. Coast Guard Medevacs Snorkeler from Molokini
  15. 25 Years Later—Developer Still Trying to Turn First Shovelful
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Thursday, July 12, 2018
July 12, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 9:56 PM :: 4226 Views
  1. Hawaii Highest Energy Costs--Lowest Consumption
  2. CNBC: America's Top States for Business -- Hawaii 47th
  3. Letters being mailed to 44,000 impacted by storage crash of driver licensing documents
  4. The FCC is changing up the country’s emergency alert system to prevent another Hawaii incident
  5. City Terminates Watts Constructors’ Right to Work on Joint Traffic Management Center
  6. Homeless Criminals Overrun Lava Evacuation Centers—Scare Victims Away
  7. Waikiki: Bystanders Provide Attitude Adjustment to Homeless Criminal
  8. County approaches Shipman about housing for evacuees
  9. Star-Adv Runs OHA Waimea Valley Fluff Piece
  10. Council OKs Property Tax Break For Active-Duty Military Personnel
  11. The city opened its waitlist for rental subsidies for 4 days — and 11,000 households applied
  12. $46,000 of grant to Atay’s assistant is being withheld—Trinette Furtado Defends Atay, Bardellini
  13. Political Insiders Sell 850 Pounds of Weed
  14. Lawyer: Dozens of Homosexual Child Molesters Became Hawaii priests
  15. AG: Alleged Charity Scammer Busted Again
  16. Organic Food is a Fraud
  17. Why banning plastic straws upsets people with disabilities
  18. Unwanted Recyclables Catch Fire in Keaau
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Wednesday, July 11, 2018
July 11, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 8:39 PM :: 3059 Views
  1. Senate Votes 72-27: Former AG Mark Bennett Confirmed to 9th Circuit Court
  2. Vote Sam King: Support Forensic Audit of OHA
  3. Are You Guilty of These?
  4. Department of Health begins implementation of new medicated cannabis amendments
  5. Ige Vetoes Massive TAT Hike
  6. Carbon Taxes: $855M Tax Hike Coming
  7. Tax Credit Junkies Grab for More Hawaii's Film Industry
  8. Hirono leaves door slightly open to voting for Kavanaugh
  9. More Hawaii Issues ‘Nationalized’
  10. Kim: Don’t bar building in lava zones
  11. Affordable housing index drops for homes, condos
  12. Hawaii Supreme Court Confirms Lesbians are Mandatory Houseguests
  13. Tobacco Smoking, vaping banned at University of Hawaii campuses (OK if marijuana)
  14. US Court of Appeals: HPD officers used excessive force during deadly tasing near Iolani Palace
  15. Ala Moana Park Homeless Debacle
  16. Tourist attack in Waikiki by homeless ‘man’
  17. Even Liberal California Judges Know That Anti-GMO Pesticide Claims are Garbage
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Tuesday, July 10, 2018
July 10, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 10:01 PM :: 3870 Views
  1. Ige Signs Firearms Bills Including Bump Stock Ban
  2. Honolulu's Sidewalk Obstruction Prohibition Goes Island-Wide
  3. Tech Debacle: Hawaii v Ciber Stays in State Courts, Guaranteeing Big Money Payoff
  4. Ala Moana Park EIS Released for Public Comment
  5. Popular science news website promotes pesticide conspiracy theory
  6. Kau Charter School Shuttered Amid Criminal Investigation
  7. Best Cities to Drive in—Honolulu Scores 86th
  8. Hawaii--The most expensive place to live in America
  9. KIUC Paying $3.2 Million to Co-op Members
  10. Ige Vetoes Eight -- Allows Law Enforcement Standards Board to Become Law
  11. GEMS for Insiders: Polynesian Cultural Center First to Take Advantage of On-Bill Financing
  12. Katherine Kealoha had affair with Hawaii Co Fire Battalion Chief using money she stole from grandmother, feds say
  13. OHA Inspires Disillusionment For Hawaiians
  14. The annual money hunt begins for UH, stadium
  15. Arakawa Ads Take on Anti-GMO Mob
  16. Hawaii Co Councilmember was Paid Anti-GMO Lobbyist
  17. City boots contractor from delayed $54 million project
  18. Will State, Hawaii County Blow $2.7M on ‘Open Space’ Now Covered by Lava?
  19. Public safety officials submit plan for relocating, replacing OCCC
  20. Homeless: More Murder and Mayhem
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Monday, July 9, 2018
July 9, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:08 PM :: 2785 Views
  1. VIDEO: Make Hawaii Affordable Again
  2. Hawaii 11th Most Efficient Education System--When Cost of Living Taken into Account
  3. High Cost of Housing? 1978 State Constitution is the Problem
  4. Hanabusa Tried to Slip ‘Akaka Bill’ Thru Backdoor Deal
  5. Anti-GMO Corruption: Atay Gives $100,000 to his Thuggish Executive Assistant
  6. Jitters resurface over rail costs
  7. What Honolulu Rail Planners Can Learn From Puerto Rico
  8. Professional Licensing: It is easier to become a cop in Hawaii than to become a massage therapist or hair stylist.
  9. Public schools could soon be open for business
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Sunday, July 8, 2018
July 8, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:23 PM :: 3282 Views
  1. If You Don’t Rock the Boat, How Do You Change Its Direction?
  2. Hanabusa: Mafia is Good for You and Me
  3. Star-Adv: A Vote for Hanabusa is a Vote for Massive Festering Homeless Tent Cities Everywhere
  4. Gov. David Ige wins over environmentalists
  5. Hawaii News Now enables Tulsi Gabbard’s campaign hypocrisy
  6. ACLU prepares to sue to Keep the Homeless out of Shelters
  7. Volunteers build additional shelters for evacuees
  8. Senate 19 Candidate Kurt Favella Catches Illegal Grease Dumper
  9. Surfrider Discovers Unwanted Kauai Garbage is Good Propaganda Tool
  10. Decades of Anti-Geothermal Hype Dismissed Easily
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Saturday, July 7, 2018
July 7, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:39 PM :: 3897 Views
  1. Recording Employees: HART’s evasiveness troubling
  2. Hawaii became a U.S. Territory July 7, 1898
  3. July 7, 1935: Moscow orders first Communists to Hawaii
  4. Nago Reverses: Opens Pahoa Polling Place for Lava Evacuees
  5. Hawaii Timeshares Average 92% Occupancy in First Quarter 2018
  6. Hawaii's First Hemp Growers Licensed
  7. Unions Conspire with State to Illegally Continue Fee Collection for Non-Union Employees    
  8. Perreira Makes AFL-CIO Endorse Mafia Candidate Hanabusa
  9. Abigail Kawananakoa Foundation seeks to enter legal dispute over $200M fortune
  10. Opiate and cocaine use up, marijuana down in second quarter
  11. Star-Adv: Lets Pretend Erosion is Something New and its Caused by Sea Level Rise
  12. North Korea Slams U.S. ‘Gangster-Like’ Demands at Nuclear Talks
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Friday, July 6, 2018
July 6, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:04 PM :: 3033 Views
  1. After Years of Hype: Hawaii Electricity Still 82.4% Coal and Oil
  2. Public lodging and island-wide sidewalk obstruction bills submitted to City Council
  3. Only One Jones Act Ship Used in Iraq War
  4. The Jones Act: A Burden America Can No Longer Bear
  5. Blue Cross: Hawaii Lowest Rate of Diagnosed Major Depression
  6. Strictest And Most Lenient States on Speeding and Reckless Driving
  7. Honolulu Auditor Announces Next Audit Plans  
  8. Lawmakers won’t override Ige vetoes
  9. After lawsuit Threat: State Suddenly ‘confident’ it will open Pahoa polling place
  10. Kamehameha Schools to pay $5M in case involving former teacher accused of recording students in the shower
  11. Will Dead Homosexual Child Molester be Removed from Punchbowl?
  12. Eviction case against former employees of Hawaiian heiress dismissed
  13. Young Brothers Grabs for $7.8M Rate Increase  
  14. Obamacare Grafted into Prepaid
  15. Same old Tricks from Maui Liquor Commission
  16. Coco Palms Grifters No-Show at Court Hearing
  17. Homeless Village May Get A New Neighbor: A 150-Foot Radio Tower
  18. Biki Getting 40% More Docking Stations Rent-Free
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Thursday, July 5, 2018
July 5, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 2:57 PM :: 3706 Views
  1. Who Wants to Kill OHA's Forensic Audit?
  2. Department of Hawaiian Home Lands: Broken Promises
  3. SCHHA: Danner Confab Set for July 14-15
  4. Former ILWU Stevedores Division Director slapped with federal indictment after alleged theft
  5. To Force Homeless into Shelters--Can ACLU Obstructionism be defeated?
  6. People returned to subdivision buried by lava in 1990 — could it happen again?
  7. DoE Discourages Teachers Faster than UH Can Graduate New Ones
  8. Shopping bag fee reduces spending
  9. August 11 -- 30% of Voters Will Decide Everything
  10. Campagna keeps pushing for debate
  11. 36% of Hawaii Candidates are Female
  12. Maui policymakers should consider a spending cap
  13. Homeless Drug Addict Attacks Woman at Ala Moana Park
  14. Drugs Behind Doubling on Foster Care Children on Kona Side of Big Island
  15. Residents in lava-ravaged lower Puna have a new concern: An uptick in crime
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Wednesday, July 4, 2018
July 4, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:53 PM :: 2675 Views
  1. Akina: Where is the "Forensic" Audit OHA Trustees Promised?
  2. Rate Hikes Coming: Matson Christens Big Overpriced Inouye Boat
  3. The Verified Complaint In Equity: The Declaration Of Independence
  4. The 1840 Hawaiian Constitution and the Fourth of July
  5. Who Has Freedom and Who Doesn’t?
  6. Don’t forget the sunscreen today
  7. HGEA Endorses Mercado Kim for Congress
  8. Elle Cochran Bought n Paid for by Maui Developers
  9. Cochran seeks to extend Central Maui moratorium on sand mining
  10. Maui: Professional managing director proposal deferred
  11. As LG Tsutsui Never Showed Up for Cabinet Meetings
  12. The U.S. has borne the Jones Act long enough
  13. Hawaii Hospitals Short on … Oxycontin?
  14. Low Quality Academics Make UH Manoa Students 6th Most Unhappy in USA
  15. Calling All Cronies: ‘Solar without a roof’ program set to debut
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Tuesday, July 3, 2018
July 3, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 6:14 PM :: 4048 Views
  1. ACLU Demands Pahoa Voters be Allowed to Register and Vote in Person on Election Day
  2. Reorganizing the HTA
  3. Ige Appoints Four New Members to HTA Board
  4. Hawaii Congressional Delegation--How They Voted July 2, 2018
  5. HART Seeks Applicants to Fill Board Vacancy 
  6. To What Extent Does Your State Rely on Individual Income Taxes?
  7. Designed to Fail: Local 5 Pushing Subprime Mortgage Scheme
  8. UH Cancer Center Keeps National Cancer Institute designation
  9. Hanabusa: Elect Me and I Will Build Massive Festering Homeless Tent Cities Everywhere
  10. Grants in Aid: Kidani, Yamane, Maluafiti Send Themselves $126K
  11. Trump Revokes Obama’s Anti-Asian School Admissions Policy
  12. Feds: Honolulu Rail Is Still Short By $134 Million
  13. Honolulu rail’s price tag now estimated at $8.3 billion, up $100 million
  14. Sen. Espero To Gov. Ige: ‘Huge Mistake’ To Veto Police Board
  15. Last call today for changes to Maui County Charter
  16. Sunscreen Ban Based on Junk Science
  17. Gap widens between arrivals and hotel occupancy: is Airbnb the reason?
  18. Hawaii officials eye a new approach to tourism
  19. Charter School Principal Calls It Quits After A Year
  20. Soft on Crime: Police searching for man with 17 prior convictions after parole violation
  21. State Religion Celebrates Sinners’ $0.15 Tithe
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Monday, July 2, 2018
July 2, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 11:18 AM :: 4772 Views
  1. Best States to Start a Business? Hawaii 50th
  2. Hawaiian Legislative Report Card Released
  3. Ray L’Heureux Should Have Been Included in Republican Debate
  4. Cocaine Dealer’s Wife Raises $139K in Council Bid
  5. Sam King for OHA Trustee
  6. Doug Chin was Lobbyist for CCA Private Prisons
  7. HEMIC:  We Will Not Buy Weed for Oxy Addicts
  8. Don’t Veto The New Police Certification Board
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Sunday, July 1, 2018
July 1, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 1:43 PM :: 4116 Views
  1. It’s Not Easy Bein’ — an Employer
  2. State Payroll Modernization Readies for ‘Group 2’ Rollout
  3. 60,000 – 80,000 Lots to be Wiped Out? Ban on new construction in lava zones proposed
  4. Hawaii Union Bosses Have No Idea How to Extract Money from Workers Without Compulsion
  5. Tulsi Gabbard: Hypocrisy is as Hypocrisy Does
  6. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, once a thorn in scandal-plagued DNC’s side, gets taste of her own medicine
  7. Fewer women applying for judge positions in Hawaii
  8. Does it matter that Kaniela claims to be progressive?
  9. Councilmember Elle Cochran apologizes for FY 2019 rate increases
  10. Atay’s Anti-GMO Thug assistant is barred from Maui Council Services floor, ag offices
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