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Saturday, July 21, 2018
July 21, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 2:45 PM :: 1512 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 :: 1031 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 :: 1205 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 :: 1282 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 :: 1655 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 :: 1680 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 :: 1618 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 :: 1244 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 :: 2276 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 :: 1744 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 :: 1014 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 :: 1436 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 09, 2018
July 9, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:08 PM :: 1064 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 08, 2018
July 8, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:23 PM :: 1378 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 07, 2018
July 7, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:39 PM :: 1929 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 06, 2018
July 6, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:04 PM :: 1184 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 05, 2018
July 5, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 2:57 PM :: 1479 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 04, 2018
July 4, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:53 PM :: 902 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 03, 2018
July 3, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 6:14 PM :: 2108 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 02, 2018
July 2, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 11:18 AM :: 2667 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 01, 2018
July 1, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 1:43 PM :: 2340 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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Saturday, June 30, 2018
June 30, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 12:40 PM :: 1654 Views
  1. Are Justices Sotomayor and Ginsburg For or Against Religious Hostility?
  2. Hawaii ranks 24th in national child well-being
  3. Judge in Kawananakoa eviction case was on Family Payroll
  4. Hawaii County Council Stops Pretending -- passes $40M GE tax increase
  5. HELCO Scores $290M Rate Increase
  6. $8 an hour: That's how much Hawaii child care workers earn when cost of living is factored in 
  7. Margin of Error: Gabbard Maybe Less Popular than Hirono 
  8. Challenger criticizes Gabbard for ducking debate
  9. Former Unity House Scammers Still Harassing  Waikiki Beachboys
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Friday, June 29, 2018
June 29, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:30 PM :: 1738 Views
  1. Hawaii Sierra Club Leader Hit With $1000 per day SMA Fines
  2. Caldwell: Outlaw Homeless Blocking Public Facilities While Refusing Shelter Space
  3. City Vans Shuttle Chinatown Homeless to Waianae
  4. May Tourism Spending up 11%--Arrivals up 7%
  5. Former HPD Officer Pleads Guilty to Insurance Fraud
  6. Hawaii public unions must adapt to new reality
  7. DLNR Public Land Trust Database Now Open to Public
  8. DBEDT: "Population and Economic Projections for the State of Hawaii to 2045"
  9. Bumpy Kanahele Grifts for $300M—Gets Help from Ige
  10. Hounded by Senators, Hawaii Tourism Authority board votes to fire president and CEO George Szigeti
  11. Sudden Media Focus on False Missile Alert Designed to Put Hanabusa Over The Top
  12. Commission recommends 14% increase in TheBus and TheHandi-Van fare
  13. Big Island: Tallying The Growing Cost Of A Multimillion-Dollar Eruption
  14. Star-Adv: Pregnancy Centers Should Not Have Free Speech
  15. Supreme Court overturns gag order in case of child who died in foster care
  16. Civil Beat Wins Right To Intervene In HPD Arbitration Case
  17. Maui County Liquor Comm: Testifiers cite fear of retribution, changing rule interpretations; audit is underway
  18. Feds sue HMSA for alleged discrimination against disabled workers
  19. Sex abuse victims from decades ago will have another chance to file claims
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Thursday, June 28, 2018
June 28, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:04 PM :: 1070 Views
  1. Accused OHA Mis-Spenders -- Why You Should Vote for Them Anyway
  2. HSTA Endorses Moriwaki for SD12-Kakaako
  3. Hawaii 9th-Most Reliant on Sales Taxes
  4. Trump OKs federal aid for Oahu and Kauai victims of April floods  
  5. Council Chair: Jail Affordable Home Builders
  6. Housing for Lava Victims--Hawaii County Proposal Due in Two Weeks
  7. Rowena Akana Sues State Ethics Comm
  8. Political Intrigue: What This Consultant Is Doing In Hawaii Is A Mystery
  9. Puna residents complain of squatters, looters and thieves
  10. TSA to Fine Honolulu Airport $25M for Security Violations?
  11. State Cyber Security: ‘We Have Been Very Lucky’
  12. Honolulu City Council considers a resolution designating Chinatown as a "slum"
  13. 69 public schools offer free summer meals. But most kids don't claim them
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Thursday, June 28, 2018
Letters to the Editor, June, 2018
By Letters to the Editor @ 12:01 AM :: 1151 Views
  • Ray L’Heureux Should Have Been Included in Republican Debate
  • Hawaii Act 200 of 2017 on Shaky Ground
  • Why does the Jones Act continue to be tolerated?
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Wednesday, June 27, 2018
June 27, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:40 PM :: 1094 Views
  1. Supreme Court Rules Government Unions Cannot Force Workers to Pay Dues
  2. False Missile Alert: HGEA Members Sleeping on the Job
  3. Misunderstanding Economics: Interview with Paul Brewbaker
  4. Maui Planning Department Finalizes Short-Term Occupancy List
  5. HUD: $93,000 now considered 'low income' on Oahu
  6. No guarantees for renter in property tax proposal
  7. New Dialysis Clinic Sits Empty for Three Years Waiting for HGEA Inspection
  8. HNN to host Republican debate featuring gubernatorial candidates
  9. HART moving toward public-private partnership
  10. 10 questions about rail that have had very little discussion
  11. Hawaii is #1 state for nurse burnout, according to study
  12. Report ranks Hawaii one of the best states for LGBTQ ‘families’
  13. New law requires Computer Science in public school curriculum
  14. Act 48: No Auction required for Derelict Vehicles
  15. Civil forfeiture law needs reform
  16. Snorkel Rentals Kill: Elderly woman dies while snorkeling in waters off Poipu
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Tuesday, June 26, 2018
June 26, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 6:33 PM :: 1671 Views
  1. Travel Ban Upheld 5-4
  2. Supreme Court voids part of crisis pregnancy center law
  3. Ige Releases 'Intent to Veto' List
  4. Hawaii Emergency Management Agency to Host Open Houses
  5. VIDEO: "This Is Not A Drill: 38 Minutes That Changed Lives."
  6. Volcano? What Volcano? Hawaii Hotel Occupancy Up 1.5% for May
  7. Hawaii Governor intends to veto resort tax bill
  8. State releases hundreds of pages of communications related to false missile alert
  9. Korematsu Overruled by 5-4 US Supreme Court
  10. How Hawaii Governor Candidates Would Handle Burgeoning Pension Debt
  11. Ruggles drops out of Puna council race
  12. HB2729: Allow vaping for Marijuana—Ban it for Tobacco
  13. City services, DMVs back up and running after daylong outage
  14. Biofuel Murders Orangutans
  15. Haoles are Just Another Ethnic Voting Bloc
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Monday, June 25, 2018
June 25, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:27 PM :: 895 Views
  1. Sierra Club Endorses Ige for Reelection
  2. Kakaako Senate Race: HSTA, Moriwaki Co-Sponsor Homelessness Forum
  3. Election Officials Mail Absentee Ballots to Voters Affected by Lava
  4. HPD: We Need Institutionalization to Help Honolulu’s Mentally Ill
  5. Puna: Bumbling Scott Nago Gives Hanabusa an Issue to Exploit
  6. McDermott: The Problem is Illegal Immigration
  7. Developer questioned on number of affordable units in its Ala Moana project
  8. NELHA: One Subsidized Failure Morphs into Another
  9. Military details $1 billion radar on Oahu to detect possible missiles
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Sunday, June 24, 2018
June 24, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 6:40 PM :: 907 Views
  1. Akina: Caldwell makes right call on ride-hailing
  2. Travel Ban, Forced Union Dues Decisions Coming in Supreme Court's Final Week
  3. Pray I Don’t Alter It Any Further
  4. Special Session?  Wait Until After August 11 Primary
  5. Felix: Forensic audit needed for rail project
  6. Designed to Fail: OIP’s current difficulties are self-imposed
  7. FEC Will Get Ing
  8. Young Brothers seeks 11.05% rate hike
  9. Yukimura: How I have kept Affordable Housing to a Minimum on Kauai for Decades
  10. More judges can ease caseloads
  11. Special court helps direct homeless criminals to services rather than jail or fines
  12. Rides to shelters help clear homeless off Honolulu sidewalks
  13. Civil War guns spark Hawaii classroom conflict
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Saturday, June 23, 2018
June 23, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 2:50 PM :: 1269 Views
  1. PUC Orders $107M Hawaii Electric Rate CUT--Thanks to President Donald J Trump
  2. Supreme Court Legalizes Internet Sales Tax--And Hawaii May Get Nothing
  3. Interior Announces Funds to Extend Yap Robotics League Program to Pohnpei, Chuuk
  4. Caldwell: Creating HART was a Mistake
  5. Caldwell Wants Council to Approve City Bonds for rail—Doesn’t Have Very Convincing Sales Pitch
  6. Raid of attorney's home connected to massive public corruption case
  7. New UBER bills introduced
  8. Cataluna: Voters Need to teach Joker Kaniela Ing a Lesson 
  9. Star-Adv: Ing betrays trust of donors
  10. Closed voting sites and early absentee ballots raise concerns in Puna
  11. Charter school co-founder looks to future after eruption
  12. OHA Passes out Cash in Hanalei
  13. Elon Musk Abandons 14 Gigantic Solar Farms
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Friday, June 22, 2018
June 22, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:00 PM :: 2570 Views
  1. Flashback 2016: Caldwell, Hanabusa Agree to Stop Rail at Middle Street
  2. Honolulu Rail -- Most Expensive Per Capita in World History
  3. Local 5 Hotel Workers Endorse Ige--Firefighters Endorse Hanabusa
  4. Honolulu: Eleven Professions with no Money Left
  5. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Leaves a Dinosaur-Sized Economic Footprint in State of Hawaii
  6. State Gives Away $900K to Manufacturers 
  7. SNOPES: Did Fracking Cause Volcanic Activity on Hawaii’s Big Island?
  8. 84% of teachers choosing to leave Hawaii due to high cost of Housing—State Land Needed to Solve Problem
  9. Another CPS Failure: Child sex crimes, prostitution alleged at Nuuanu home for naked parties
  10. Thirty Meter Telescope back in hands of Hawaii Supreme Court
  11. Back again: Hawaii County GE Tax Hike to be heard June 29
  12. How Low Is Hawaii Voter Turnout?
  13. Fake Recycling: 40 Tons of 'Recycled’ Plastic from Kauai Dumped in Indonesia EACH MONTH
  14. Honolulu media lapdogs ignore homeless center mystery
  15. School Choice? Hawaii Taxes 529 Plans for K-12
  16. 'We probably will not ever return.' Park official reflects on Kilauea's past, present, and future
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Thursday, June 21, 2018
June 21, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:31 PM :: 1364 Views
  1. Caldwell: Loosen Taxi Regs for Everybody
  2. Would Pele Play Favorites?
  3. More Than 8 Cents of Each State Revenue Dollar Goes to Medicaid
  4. UHERO: Wind and Solar will Drive up Electric Rates a Lot More
  5. Supreme Court Legalizes Internet Sales Tax
  6. Rep. Kaniela Ing fined more than $15K for campaign spending violations
  7. Lava from Kilauea volcano wipes out nearly $375M in Hawaii real estate market value
  8. Treat Hawaii’s Housing Shortage Like The Disaster It Is
  9. Here’s The Spending That Got OHA Incumbents In Trouble
  10. A fight over royal property: who owns the heiress' home, the family or her previous employees?
  11. Church breaks ground on village of micro-homes for lava evacuees
  12. OIP hits back at Civil Beat, again.
  13. Hawaii Recycling is a Feel Good Exercise Which Wastes massive Amounts of Energy and Money
  14. Emergency permitting for Hanalei Flood Victims
  15. Water Diversions from Ag Land Will Lead to Massive Condo Developments in Central Maui
  16. Kauai: Activists, Tourism Industry Expect to Use Instream Flow Assessment to Block Dairy Farm
  17. Homosexual Molester was UH Athletic Dep’t Doctor
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Wednesday, June 20, 2018
June 20, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 7:16 PM :: 1083 Views
  1. FCC Approves Cincinnati Bell Takeover of Hawaiian Tel
  2. To What Extent Does Your State Rely on Property Taxes?
  3. Why does the Jones Act continue to be tolerated?
  4. Hawaii 6th Most Independent State?
  5. County, state legislators working on plan for special session to help Puna
  6. Hawaii County Council rejects proposal to raise general excise tax
  7. Caldwell veto of bill to cap surge pricing reframes issue
  8. Honolulu only metro to see single-family home rents decline
  9. New Kakaako Rules Restrict Resale for 10 Years
  10. Frustrated child welfare workers appeal to state lawmakers for help
  11. Officials estimate Kuhio Hwy repairs to cost $80M after historic floods
  12. Added stress: Lava evacuees struggle with thieves, trespassers
  13. Dispensary Law is Latest Justification to Bust Puna Doper
  14. Parallel road proposed for Waianae Coast
  15. Snorkel Rentals Kill: Another Near-Death Experience
  16. Saving Hawaii’s GOP: A Tough Job For 3 Candidates For Governor
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Tuesday, June 19, 2018
June 19, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:43 PM :: 2708 Views
  1. Hawaii Hotel Workers Win Right to Refuse to Pay Union Dues
  2. New Campaign Highlights 680 Beer Distribution Jobs in Hawaii
  3. Cat-Obsessed Animal Liberation Nuts Blamed for Monk Seal Deaths
  4. UH Updates BoR on Maunakea Stewardship Before Supreme Court Hearing
  5. Hawaii County Council Urges special session over State Land for Lava Victims
  6. Unsealed documents show Katherine Kealoha’s secret deal with HPD-Connected drug defendant
  7. SB2343: Lawyer-Laden Legislature Keeps Courts Jammed
  8. Ethics: Council Not Sure it Wants Officials to be Truthful 
  9. Final vote on proposed Hawaii County GET increase set today
  10. Volcano Destroys 400 TVRs -- Hawaii County Council Waits Til July 10 to Finish Them Off
  11. 817 people register for FEMA assistance after Kilauea eruption on Hawaii's Big Island
  12. Did the floods and the lava affect unemployment?
  13. State kicks off pilot aimed at filling high-need jobs more quickly
  14. Poll: Tax Reform: Good or Bad for Hawaii?
  15. Will Al Gore’s Electric Bus Scam Trick Kauai?
  16. City extends homeless center on Sand Island
  17. Is Honolulu Hale Making City Staffers Sick?
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Monday, June 18, 2018
June 18, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:04 PM :: 1194 Views
  1. Maui BnB Bill Beyond Draconian
  2. Rule 48: Lawyers Play Delaying Game with Deadly Effect
  3. Many Open Seats on Kauai
  4. Every moment a wind turbine Stops spinning, Hawaii’s people and wildlife benefit
  5. PUC: Big Island to get More Expensive Windfarms and Solar Farms
  6. New tax credit to health professionals who train
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Sunday, June 17, 2018
June 17, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 6:02 PM :: 1032 Views
  1. Can’t You Just Change the Agenda?
  2. HART Board to Discuss Public-Private Partnerships 
  3. Manufacturing and Logistics Report Card -- Hawaii Stuck on 'F'
  4. Education for Politicians: HGEA Fickle, Untrustworthy 
  5. Star-Adv: Ige Should Veto TAT Hike
  6. Public hearing Monday on Hawaii County general excise tax increase
  7. TMT back in court
  8. Supply key to housing crisis
  9. Accident survivor relies on rideshare
  10. Repeated delays in case shows inherent frustrations
  11. ‘Personality Traits’—Liberals latest Excuse for Keeping Asian Americans out of good Colleges
  12. $60K Nuisance Money for Fired Maui Film Commissioner
  13. UH Athletics Still Losing Money
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Saturday, June 16, 2018
June 16, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 6:55 PM :: 964 Views
  1. HART violating FTA funding agreement?
  2. Never too late to ‘Audit the rail’
  3. Special Ed: DoE Loses Class Action Suit Filed for 495 Students
  4. Kauai Man Sentenced To 25 Years In Prison For Manufacturing Child Pornography
  5. PUC: Geothermal Shutdown Means Higher Rates, Dirtier Air
  6. OHA to host flood relief outreach events on Kauai
  7. Chief Justice Appoints Shimozono, Yoo, Hiatt, and DeWeese as District Court Judges
  8. Ige: Ban Construction in Lava Zone 1 – Hanabusa not so Sure
  9. Big Island residents line up at Disaster Recovery Center seeking assistance
  10. Electric Car Plan Will Cost Ratepayers
  11. Your Outdated U.S. Sunscreen Exposes You to Needless Cancer Risk
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Friday, June 15, 2018
June 15, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:26 PM :: 1459 Views
  1. Audit: State Asset Forfeiture Program -- 30 Years Without Rules
  2. HART board member calls for forensic audit of rail
  3. Hawaii Supreme Court Limits Jurisdiction of Civil Rights Commission
  4. PUC seeks public comment on Electric Vehicle road map
  5. Trump Approves Federal Individual Assistance for Volcano Victims 
  6. Expedited Building Permits for Hanalei Flood Victims
  7. Caldwell Admin Blocks Ethics Commission Audit
  8. Psychiatrist: Kawananakoa Does Not Have Mental Capacity
  9. Hawaii Will Pay $10.25 Million To Settle Special Education Lawsuit
  10. Former DoTax head Makes Excuses, Gets Maui Job
  11. Allegations surface of equipment misuse for profit by DLNR employees
  12. Chinatown Homeless Mess: "I've been punched, kicked, spat on, people tried to steal my car"
  13. Changing minds about GMOs
  14. Hawaii Green Energy Insiders: Government Needs Flexibility to Selectively Crush Anarcho-Capitalism
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Thursday, June 14, 2018
June 14, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:29 PM :: 1476 Views
  1. June 14, 1900: The Abolition of Slavery in Hawaii
  2. Sam King for OHA: I will work with Trustees to enact change
  3. Is the Office of Hawaiian Affairs on Fire?
  4. Mapping 2018 Tax Reform
  5. Hawaii—Need $75K Income to Afford 2br Apartment
  6. Ige Requests Federal Individual Assistance for Volcano Victims
  7. Hawaii mayor wants to relocate those displaced outside zones one or two
  8. Local 5 Trust Fund to Build Affordable Housing on State Land
  9. LG Race: Pro-Rail Super PAC Spending A Quarter-Million Dollars to Stop Tokuda
  10. Blood Bank Paying A High Price In Its Dispute With Honolulu Rail Officials
  11. Hawaii first state to ban Ag pesticide, bowing to Hysteria
  12. Scammers Busted for ‘Local Food’ Fraud
  13. Chinatown Bumfights: Homeless Drug Addicts Mayhem at 2AM
  14. Homeless Tweeker Gets 5 Years for Hammer Attack
  15. Frustration grows for Oahu residents renewing drivers licenses 
  16. Take the time now to understand the ‘Con Con’ question
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Wednesday, June 13, 2018
June 13, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:18 PM :: 1557 Views
  1. HGEA Endorses Hanabusa
  2. Community Discussion on Electric Utility Regulatory Models
  3. Wind Farms Request Permission to Kill More Bats, Petrels, and Nene
  4. As eruptions continue, land swap eyed for hundreds of evacuees
  5. Homeless Drug Addicts Prey on Volcano Victims
  6. Family of 9-year-old Big Island girl who starved to death is suing the state for wrongful death
  7. Coco Palms: Latest Crackpot Lawsuit Laughed out of Court
  8. Anti-GMO Nuts Try Using Term Limits Against Opponents
  9. Hawaii County Ethics: Non-Bid Sole Source Professional Services Contract OK
  10. Hawaii’s New Fossil Fuel Generator
  11. Hawaii is one of few states where ticket scalping is legal
  12. Criminals Happy With July 1 plastic bag ban
  13. After 45 Convictions and 4 Probation Violations, Criminal Gets 10 Years
  14. Honolulu sees negative rent growth for apartments
  15. Front Street: How Fake are Affordable Housing Laws?
  16. The Crusade To Keep Hawaii Kids Fed by Someone Besides their Parents This Summer
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Tuesday, June 12, 2018
June 12, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:49 PM :: 2174 Views
  1. Summit: US Security Guarantees for North Korean Denuclearization--Peace Treaty Next
  2. Public-Private Partnerships in Hawaii
  3. Best States for Working Dads--Hawaii 25th
  4. Local 5 Wants Ige to Veto TAT Hike
  5. Carpenters Council, PRP Launch New Front Group –‘Be Change Now’
  6. Election already won for 4 candidates
  7. Hawaii Politics Has Never Been For Sissies
  8. A Republican Governor Would Bring New Uncertainty To Rail Project
  9. 410 people in emergency shelters “are never going back to their homes.”
  10. Church begins construction on second shelter village for lava evacuees
  11. Opioids: “For Once it’s Good to be 50th”
  12. More Thugs Join Former Unity House Scammers to Harass Waikiki Beach Boys
  13. Two Homeless Dudes Attack Woman on Bicycle 
  14. Feds: Alleged Pimp Bribes, Threatens Witnesses from FDC
  15. UH contracts now include buyout protections That Everybody Else adopted Years Ago
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Monday, June 11, 2018
June 11, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:36 PM :: 3520 Views
  1. Kamehameha: The Founding of the Hawaiian Kingdom
  2. Gabbard a Lonely Vote for Russia in Congress
  3. SB2699: TAT on Everything Hotels Do
  4. Will Same-Day Registration Make a Difference for Voter Turnout?
  5. Maui: Climate change, open space and land management strategies primed for ballot
  6. Hanabusa Once Picked Ige for Transparency Initiative
  7. Socialist Uber Study Full of Errors
  8. Push for Homeless Tent Cities Based on NIMBYism
  9. Shelter fatigue: Stress takes toll on lava evacuees
  10. Value of Hawaii’s seed crop drops 19%
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Sunday, June 10, 2018
June 10, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 6:45 PM :: 1149 Views
  1. What Does State Constitution Say About Balanced Budget?
  2. Nanawale on Alert After Small Breakout Near Lava Tree
  3. Just home from Iraq, air traffic controllers answer call for Volcano Relief
  4. Culture of accountability results in academic successes at Kamehameha III Elementary
  5. Travel Ban? Janus? Supreme Court Poised for Blockbuster Finish
  6. Why are isle residents struggling, income-wise?
  7. Most People Don’t Know who the Politicians Are
  8. Difficult to take Hawaii Republicans seriously
  9. Star-Adv:  Don’t put ceiling on ridehail fares
  10. Loss of Geo Plant Jacks up Big Island Electric Bills
  11. In Latest Effort to Shut Down Fishing Industry, Enviros Re-Classify Opah into Five Species
  12. Hawaii County Police say changes made after evidence in high-profile cases compromised
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Saturday, June 09, 2018
June 9, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:42 PM :: 1433 Views
  1. Attention Friends and Family: Puna Volcano and Kauai Floods Spur OHA Cash Giveaway
  2. Tax Collections Soar for FY2018
  3. HB2748: Ige Signs Housing Bill 
  4. GEMS-Funded Crony Capitalist Developer Converting ‘Affordable’ Hawaii Kai Rentals Into Condos
  5. Volunteers, Church Quick-Build Homes for Volcano Victims 
  6. As Volcano Burns Neighborhood Punatics Continue to Obsess Over Clean Geothermal Plant
  7. Bag Tax: Eco Religion Makes Whipping People Down Easy -- We Should Do It More Often
  8. Honolulu Council Voters to Force Tax payers to foot the bill of private attorneys for Kaneshiro, Kealoha
  9. Democrat Lt Gov Candidates: Push Moratorium on Development and More Weed for the People
  10. HSTA Refuses to Endorse Hughey in HD8 Race
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Friday, June 08, 2018
June 8, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 6:20 PM :: 1029 Views
  1. UPW Endorses Ige, UHPA Endorses Hanabusa
  2. Ige Releases $12M for Volcano Response
  3. 'Surge pricing' ban will hurt Honolulu consumers
  4. As least we’re not as bad as California
  5. Hawaii #3 in Sin Taxes
  6. S2980: Missile Defense for Hawaii, Alaska
  7. VA Reform: Mission Act streamlines community care options for veterans
  8. Filing Open Until June 22 for Ewa Beach Senate Dist 19 Race
  9. Nago Closes Puna Polling Places—Absentee-Only for Lava Zone
  10. No Serious Challengers for November--Dems Control Hawaii Congress races
  11. Hawaii County GE Tax Faces June 19 Council Vote
  12. New housing now critical on Hawaii island
  13. Kauai Councilman: Since TVRs are Shut Down, They Should be Given to Flood Victims
  14. Jones Act drives up everyone’s costs
  15. Status Update: Four Hawaii Climate Change Legal Actions
  16. Health Beat: Bring Back The Mental Hospitals
  17. Suicide up 18% in Hawaii
  18. Hawaii: Abortion to Lose $830K Federal Subsidy
  19. Eruption Threatens Future Of Some Big Island Charter Schools
  20. Federal funding may finally flow for Ala Wai Canal flood control
  21. Honolulu agency tasked with determining Uber, Lyft price cap opposes measure
  22. Loss of Uber Means More Drunk Drivers, Highway Deaths
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Thursday, June 07, 2018
June 7, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:35 PM :: 1208 Views
  1. A Housing “Boom” and a Volcanic “Bang”
  2. Cam Cavasso for Congress Dist 1
  3. Little Pink House Coming to Hilo
  4. Is the Hawaii Convention Center Profitable?
  5. UH Manoa Ranks 302nd in Survey of 800 Universities
  6. Honolulu Council Sneaking City Funds into Rail Project via Bond Sale
  7. Honolulu Budget: $214M for Rail
  8. Honolulu Council approves 1st ride-hailing price cap in US
  9. Hawaii County Council Uses Volcano as Excuse for GE Tax Hike
  10. Mauna Kea Oral Arguments Set for Hawaii Supreme Court
  11. Kauai Council Votes to Exploit Flooding to Eradicate ‘Commercial Uses’
  12. Volcano Sets New Record for Destruction of Homes
  13. How Hawaii made its lava disaster worse
  14. Maui County Carnival seeks relief from high shipping costs
  15. Will City Spend $4M to Fix Pig Feed System That Ain’t Broken?
  16. System Working Hard to Keep Drug Addicts Alive
  17. Impressing Democrats by Bashing Trump—So Easy a Mazie Could Do it
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Wednesday, June 06, 2018
June 6, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:17 PM :: 1541 Views
  1. Ige Volcano Proclamation: 'Make State Lands Available for Housing'
  2. Safest States--Hawaii Ranks 8th
  3. Elections: 394 Candidates Pull Papers -- 327 File -- 4 Withdraw
  4. VIDEO: 500 More Homes Destroyed--Kapoho Bay Fills with Lava
  5. A Sneaky Way to Approve City Funds for Rail
  6. Hawaii Missile Defense Radar--Public Meetings Set for EIS
  7. Very Few Republicans Running—Aug 11 Primaries Will Decide Many Races
  8. Hee, Lee, Cabanilla, Wooley: Legislative Retreads Want to Get Back in the Game
  9. Ed Case joins crowded race for Congress, but some see him as a front-runner
  10. Ige, Kim: Fast-Track Temporary Housing
  11. Proclamation: Make state lands available for housing
  12. Book Being Ghost-Written for Gabbard
  13. Ige signs bill requiring study of sea-level rise before building
  14. Anti-TVR Charter Amendment on Maui Ballot
  15. TVR Regs Working Way Through Hawaii County Council
  16. Gary Hooser Eliminates Himself from Consideration
  17. Hawaii Legislators are a bunch of Misogynists
  18. Snorkeler Almost Killed Thanks Rescuers
  19. ‘Complete Streets’ key issues ignored
  20. Anti-Uber Bill 35 to be Voted Today
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Tuesday, June 05, 2018
June 5, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 2:33 PM :: 2093 Views
  1. Elections: 390 Candidates Pull Papers -- 282 File -- Today is Last Day to File
  2. Hee Quits Gubernatorial Race--Will Run for Senate 23 or LG
  3. Hawaii: New Greenhouse Gas Rules Just as Fake as Renewable Energy Rules
  4. Land Swap: A plan to help those displaced by lava
  5. Ed Case Pulls Papers To Enter Hawaii Race For Congress
  6. Kaniela Ing Faces More Campaign Finance Questions — This Time From Feds
  7. Budget: More Tax Hikes -- ‘Easy Money’ on Kauai
  8. Bill 35: “Uber service on Oahu is at risk”
  9. Hawaiian Airlines says volcanic eruption led to modest drop in bookings
  10. Rents for single-family homes in Hawaii on the decline
  11. After Accepting Shelter, 11 Homeless Get Jobs
  12. Court Ruling Gives Usual Anti-Military Activists an Angle of Attack Against Pohakuloa
  13. Anti-Sunscreen Hysteria Part of Scheme to Force Approval of New Ingredients?
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Monday, June 04, 2018
June 4, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 1:33 PM :: 1212 Views
  1. Hawaii: Highest Government Surplus--Lowest Median Household Income
  2. Hint for Hawaii in Gay Cakes Decision: Supremes Rip ‘Civil Rights’ Commission
  3. HART Audit: ‘Big Brother is Watching’
  4. Councilman Catches Caldwell appointee using City Resources to Campaign for Tommy Waters
  5. Audit: Honolulu Parks Could Save Millions By Reducing Potable Water Use
  6. How ‘Innovation Grants’ are Spent at DoE Schools
  7. Sierra Club criticizes state Health Department proposal for Red Hill fuel tanks
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Sunday, June 03, 2018
June 3, 2018 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:41 PM :: 1323 Views
  1. Lava Covers Four Corners, Hundreds of Homes Cut off
  2. Auditor: OHA Openly Violates HRS10-17 Nepotism
  3. Sam King: Its Time to Fix OHA!
  4. Public Hearing: New Rules for Scheduling Surf Contests
  5. Conservative Forum of Hawaii Closes Books After Decade of Activity
  6. State IT: Several Measures Await Governor’s Signature
  7. 2017: Google Generates $171M of Economic Activity in Hawaii
  8. Auditor: Two Years Later State Scores 2-2-1 on IT 
  9. The California Stupidity Fund, Part 2
  10. Ige, Kim: Lava Victims Need Permanent Homes – not Tent Cities
  11. Shapiro: Building in Lava Zone no Different than Building Rail in Inundation Zone
  12. Fear-Mongering Anti-Geothermal Activists Hope End to Plant
  13. Gabbard Record on Human Rights ‘Very Disappointing’
  14. Man shot by police was a former corrections officer with a troubled history
  15. SB2407: Marijuana to be Sold to Drug Addicts
  16. Mass Eco-Tourism: Tight Parking and Overflowing Porta Potties
  17. Maui: Real Estate Mogul Controls List of Anti-GMOs Idiots Running in 2018
  18. Maui Council: Will County Voters Get Crack at Manager?
  19. 20 Candidates File for Kauai Council—6 for Mayor 
  20. ‘Complete Streets’ just an excuse for government to spend
  21. Caldwell’s Dim Bulbs Slow Business in Chinatown
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