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Tuesday, March 31, 2009
Our HI-Way to Recovery
By Gov. Linda Lingle @ 9:32 PM :: 3629 Views :: Hawaii County , Energy, National News

At the same time we have been working to close the budget gap, we have also been focused on ensuring that funds from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act are used as effectively as possible in order to create jobs for Hawai‘i residents and boost our economy.

The White House has created a system of accountability for the distribution of federal stimulus funds to states. President Obama and his Administration decided the best way to ensure that stimulus funds are put to the best possible use, and for the intended purpose of stimulating the economy and creating jobs, was to use the nation’s governors as conduits for the funds and to hold them accountable for how these funds are used.

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Tuesday, March 31, 2009
Governor's budget presentation to Senate Ways and Means (full text)
By Gov. Linda Lingle @ 2:01 PM :: 2918 Views :: Energy, Environment

Your choices are not easy or pleasant, and they will not be popular, but they are yours to make....either work with me to adopt a version of the budget we have proposed, including $278 million in labor cost savings over the next two years, or resort to massive layoffs and tax increases....

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Tuesday, March 31, 2009
Three Takeaway Points From The U.S. Supreme Court's Ceded Lands Decision Handed Down Today
By Robert Thomas @ 10:56 AM :: 3883 Views :: Energy, Environment, National News, Ethics

This case challenged the State's title to the ceded lands because the federal government's title, which it transferred to the state at statehood was somehow less than absolute. That argument has now been put to rest: the federal government had "absolute fee" title to the lands ceded to it by the Republic of Hawaii. Statehood is "a uniquely sovereign" event, and means something.

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Tuesday, March 31, 2009
Supreme Court 9-0: "The Apology Resolution did not strip (the State of) Hawaii of its sovereign authority"
By Andrew Walden @ 9:29 AM :: 5485 Views :: Akaka Bill, DHHL, Land Use, OHA

How wrong is the Hawaii State Supreme Court?  Their unanimous decision just got unanimously reversed by the US Supreme Court....How did this case begin?  With OHA suing to block construction of affordable housing.  Why are Hawaiians leaving Hawaii?  Lack of affordable housing. 

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Monday, March 30, 2009
RNCC vs Ed Case "A Career Politician in Search of an Office"
By News Release @ 11:36 AM :: 3091 Views :: Education K-12, Environment, Ethics

“Ed Case doesn’t seem to understand that running for office is not something you haphazardly choose in order to add another notch to your political belt,” said NRCC Communications Director Ken Spain.

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Sunday, March 29, 2009
Transcript: Abigail Kawananakoa remarks about OHA, ceded lands, 1994 ka`ai theft
By Andrew Walden @ 1:21 AM :: 5854 Views :: Energy, Environment, National News, Ethics

If we can prove that there is an unbroken genealogical line of the royal family we can certainly argue that we should be able to govern monies and not be fettered with State administrations and the United States Constitution. 

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Saturday, March 28, 2009
Four Hawaii robotics teams advance to world championships
By News Release @ 7:00 PM :: 3576 Views :: DHHL, Maui County, Energy

Four high school robotics teams from Hawai‘i – Maui, McKinley, Moanalua and Waialua High Schools – have earned a spot in the FIRST Robotics World Championship that will be held in Atlanta, Georgia next month.

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Saturday, March 28, 2009
Charles Djou welcomes competition to Congressional Race
By News Release @ 12:57 PM :: 4407 Views :: Education K-12, Environment, Ethics

Honolulu City Councilmember Charles K. Djou (Waikiki, East Honolulu), a candidate for Hawaii’s 1st Congressional District, welcomed Ed Case’s declaration that he would run against Djou.

"I enjoyed serving with Ed in the State legislature and I know that he has had a difficult time deciding which seat to run for...." 

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Saturday, March 28, 2009
Ed Case seeks return to Congress -- CD1
By Ed Case @ 11:19 AM :: 6944 Views :: Education K-12, Environment, Ethics

I'm truly excited at the opportunity to represent Hawai’i's great First Congressional District … from Makapu’u to Mililani, Waikele and Ewa Beach. I've lived and worked in the First half of my life. I represented Mānoa and Makiki for eight years in our state legislature, have crisscrossed the First in two statewide campaigns, and have addressed its needs in Congress. I know the First, and I know I can represent its 600,000 citizens well in Congress.

To my friends in Hawai’i's equally great Second Congressional, where I was born and raised and have spent the other half of my life, and whom I was fiercely proud to represent in Congress for over four years, I look forward to continuing to represent you in D.C. as well. I ask for your continued support.

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Friday, March 27, 2009
North Korean rocket could reach Hawaii: US admiral
By Selected News Articles @ 4:03 PM :: 3402 Views :: Energy, National News, World News

America's top military officer said on Friday that a rocket North Korea plans to launch next month has a range that could possibly reach Hawaii.

Asked if the North Korean rocket could reach the US states of Hawaii or Alaska, Admiral Mike Mullen told CNN: "In some cases, yes, they could probably get down to Hawaii."

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Friday, March 27, 2009
Hawaii "Tea Party": Push back against Obama's plan
By News Release @ 11:35 AM :: 7720 Views :: Hawaii County , DHHL, Maui County, Energy, Environment

Rallies planned for Honolulu, Kahului, Hilo Wednesday April 15.

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Friday, March 27, 2009
Human Achievement Hour Saturday: Light bulbs not dim bulbs
By News Release @ 11:16 AM :: 4490 Views :: National News, Ethics, World News, Family

Unlike Earth Hour, the purpose Human Achievement Hour is to salute the people who keep the lights on and produce the energy that helps make human achievement possible.  Many organizations and average folks around the world will show their support for human achievement by simply going about their daily lives. 

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Wednesday, March 25, 2009
Governor's plan to balance budget without layoffs or tax increases
By News Release @ 10:19 PM :: 3666 Views :: Energy, Environment

As was the case with the two previous financial plans the Governor submitted on December 22 and March 4, the Administration’s most current plan balances the budget without further burdening Hawai‘i residents and businesses with general tax increases, without adding to Hawai‘i’s unemployment with layoffs or furloughs of state employees, and without making further cuts to public services or programs.  In addition, the Governor’s plan does not take any money from the counties, such as the Transient Accommodations Tax (TAT) or Honolulu County’s general excise rail transit tax. 

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Wednesday, March 25, 2009
Senate rejects hearing Gay Civil Unions bill
By News Release @ 5:25 PM :: 3040 Views :: Energy, Environment

By an 18-6 vote, the full Senate defeated a motion to pull the bill from the Senate Judiciary and Government Affairs Committee, where it had stalled after members deadlocked 3-3 on advancing the bill.

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Wednesday, March 25, 2009
Karen's Law passes Human Services Committee
By Karen Ann Hunt @ 12:33 PM :: 4536 Views :: Maui County, Education K-12, Energy, Environment

The next step will be to get the Chair of the Senate Judiciary and Government Operations Committee, Brian Taniguchi, to hear the bill.  This will be the toughest committee to get Karen’s Law through as there is opposition to the bill with its committee members.

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Tuesday, March 24, 2009
Big Island Robotics Teams head for international competition this weekend
By Lt Gov Duke Aiona @ 7:09 PM :: 3456 Views :: Hawaii County , Energy

More than 1,000 high school students from Mexico, Philippines and four states, including Hawai‘i, will compete in the tournament that challenges teams of young people to solve a common engineering problem, using a standard kit of parts that includes motors, batteries and a control system – but no instructions.

Of the 34 teams in the tournament, 24 represent the state. The winning teams will advance to the FIRST Championships – called the “Super Bowl of Smarts” in Atlanta, Georgia, April 15-18. Honoka‘a High School was one of six teams to represent Hawai‘i last year in Atlanta.

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Tuesday, March 24, 2009
Duke Aiona: Overcome Legislative roadblocks to clean energy
By Lt Gov Duke Aiona @ 2:29 PM :: 3185 Views :: Energy, Environment

But now, when collaboration and continued support is most needed to get us over the hump, some politicians have taken it upon themselves to propagate misinformation and distort a very clear record of accomplishment.

For those politicians and cynics, I have a message: Hawai‘i will be a world leader in clean energy, with or without you....

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Tuesday, March 24, 2009
Book Review: "Army of Shadows" Palestinians Who Helped Create Israel
By Daniel Pipes @ 10:53 AM :: 3525 Views :: World News

Polling research finds that a substantial minority of Palestinians, about 20 percent, is ready to live side-by-side with a sovereign Jewish state. Although this minority has never been in charge and its voice has always been buried under rejectionist bluster, Hillel Cohen of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem has uncovered its surprisingly crucial role in history.

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Sunday, March 22, 2009
Hawaii Republicans challenge state's open primary system
By Andrew Walden @ 1:04 PM :: 8974 Views :: Office of Elections, Republican Party

Hawaii County Republicans, meeting Saturday at Waimea have proposed changes to the way that State Republicans select their candidates.  The proposals are contained in two resolutions adopted unanimously by the 50 delegates present after extensive discussion.  One calls for a shift to a Presidential Caucus System for Hawaii Republicans who now select their Presidential delegates at the State Party convention.  The other resolution urges the State Convention vote to shift Republicans from an Open Primary system to a Modified-Closed Primary System and then file a federal suit against the State to overturn provisions of the Hawaii State Constitution which require the open primary system.

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Sunday, March 22, 2009
Hawaii Democrats debate closed primary (backgrounder)
By Andrew Walden @ 11:40 AM :: 8007 Views :: Democratic Party, First Amendment, Office of Elections

This background file includes news articles, and letters to the editor by leading Democrats, regarding a possible shift to a closed primary system.  Also included US Supreme Court rulings on two relevant cases.

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Sunday, March 22, 2009
Ebay's Omidyar: Obama-backing Hamas-talking billionaire in Hawaii, expecting disaster
By Andrew Walden @ 9:59 AM :: 17928 Views :: Energy, National News, Ethics, World News

Omidyar worries that a pandemic could cut Hawai'i's lifelines and leave it with an 11-day supply of food (or is that 12?).  To that end, he has made pivotal donations to local nonprofits dedicated to building sustainable local food supplies.  At the same time, he has stockpiled several months of food for his personal use at storage facilities on O'ahu....

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Friday, March 20, 2009
Robotic Lunacy: 34 Hawaii HS robotics teams Shoot for the Moon at first in Hawaii regional robotics competition
By News Release @ 2:14 PM :: 3084 Views :: Energy, National News, World News

34 teams representing 24 Hawai‘i high schools from O‘ahu, Maui, Kaua‘i and the Big Island, eight teams from the mainland (California, Louisiana and Wisconsin) and two international teams from Mexico and the Philippines who will converge on the UH Mānoa campus to compete in what is called the “varsity sport of the mind.” The winning teams will advance to the FIRST Championships – called the “Super Bowl of Smarts” – in Atlanta, Georgia, April 15 -18.

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Friday, March 20, 2009
Obama administration ordered AIG bonuses included in 'stimulus'
By Andrew Walden @ 10:38 AM :: 4096 Views :: National News, Ethics

In a stunning development, Sen. Christopher Dodd said that Obama administration officials asked him to add language to last month's federal stimulus bill to make sure the controversial AIG bonuses remained in place. 

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Friday, March 20, 2009
Gay Civil Unions: Bill 444 still could face Senate vote
By News Release @ 9:27 AM :: 2483 Views :: Energy, Environment

Although the Senate Judiciary Committee ended with a tie vote (3-3), there is still ongoing discussions happening at the capitol in regards to a potential pull of the bill from committee for a vote on the Senate floor.

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Friday, March 20, 2009
Djou: Superferry Ruling Voids Rail Tax, Landfill Ban
By Dylan Nonaka @ 7:14 AM :: 4991 Views :: Maui County, Education K-12, Energy, Environment

If the Supreme Court refuses to reconsider its SuperFerry decision, Councilmember Djou’s legal affairs committee will examine voiding all state laws that apply to just the City and County of Honolulu. 

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Friday, March 20, 2009
Hawaii Superferry Ruling: Invalidates other laws?
By Charley Foster @ 7:08 AM :: 3348 Views :: Energy, Environment

What of last year's legislative attempts to smooth the way for Aloha Airlines as it lurched into insolvency? Under the court's equal protection analysis propounded in the Superferry decision, any such legislation could well be contrary to the court's new reading of constitutional restraints on the legislature's power to act.

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Friday, March 20, 2009
Governor: Bankrupt Hawaiian Telecom should cancel $6 Million Bonus Package
By News Release @ 6:59 AM :: 3061 Views :: Energy, Environment

The decision today by Hawaiian Telcom to ask the bankruptcy court to approve $6 million in bonuses for its employees is unconscionable, and we will oppose it in court.

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Friday, March 20, 2009
Karen's Law faces Senate Committees, public support needed
By Karen Ann Hunt @ 6:43 AM :: 3156 Views :: Maui County, Energy, Environment

Karen’s Law is now in the Senate, referred to Chair of Human Services, Suzanne Chun Oakland and Chair of the Judiciary Committee, Brian Taniguchi. It will be hard to get a hearing for Karen’s Law hearings without ample public support.

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Thursday, March 19, 2009
Superferry CEO: We're leaving for now
By News Release @ 2:03 PM :: 2781 Views :: Energy, Environment

We are going to have to go out and find other employment for Alakai, for now.

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Thursday, March 19, 2009
Pyrrhic victory for Superferry Protesters?
By Robert Thomas @ 1:45 PM :: 2744 Views :: Energy, Environment

Environmental and community-action groups such as the Sierra Club and Maui Tomorrow now find themselves in the crosshairs of many residents frustrated by recent developments with the Hawaii Superferry.

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Thursday, March 19, 2009
False Numbers: ACORN Gets Plum Census Assignment
By Heritage Foundation @ 1:14 PM :: 2683 Views :: National News, Ethics

ACORN, which claims to be a non-partisan grassroots community organization of low- and moderate-income people, came under fire in 2007 when Washington State filed felony charges against several paid ACORN employees and supervisors for more than 1,700 fraudulent voter registrations. In March 2008, an ACORN worker in Pennsylvania was sentenced for making 29 phony voter registration forms. The group's activities were frequently questioned in the 2008 presidential election.

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Thursday, March 19, 2009
Obama to propose over $1.3 Trillion in new taxes
By News Release @ 8:00 AM :: 4768 Views :: National News, Ethics

The estimated impact on disposable household income due to rising energy prices would then reach anywhere between $4,022 and $6,752. And because an energy tax is regressive, it will fall heaviest on poor and lower middle class folks who spend more of their income on energy.

 

Obama:  "Under my plan of a cap and trade system, electricity rates would necessarily skyrocket... whatever the industry was, uh, they would have to retrofit their operations. That will cost money. They will pass that money on to consumers."

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Wednesday, March 18, 2009
50th Anniversary of Statehood -- Remarks by Governor Linda Lingle
By Gov. Linda Lingle @ 4:25 PM :: 4983 Views :: Energy, Environment

Statehood was achieved through the dedication and perseverance of these great leaders, along with the people of Hawai‘i – who in 1959 voted 17 to one in support of statehood.

They voted for basic rights and privileges of American citizenship. 

They voted to have a voice in Washington.

And, as Governor Ariyoshi said so well in his 50 Voices of Statehood piece, they voted for “control over our own destiny.”

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Wednesday, March 18, 2009
White House drops plan to bill disabled veterans for care
By News Release @ 2:49 PM :: 5251 Views :: Environment, National News, Ethics

The Disabled American Veterans today commended the Obama administration for backing down from a controversial proposal that would force private insurance companies to pay for the treatment of military veterans who suffered service-related disabilities and injuries.

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Wednesday, March 18, 2009
Sen Akaka opposes Obama plan to bill combat wounded for medical care, but backs Shinseki
By Andrew Walden @ 9:03 AM :: 4166 Views :: Environment, National News, Ethics

"VA's sacred duty is to care for veterans injured in honorable service to our nation, and the department should not turn to wounded warriors' private insurance to pay for combat injures.  Under my Chairmanship, the Veterans' Affairs Committee will not advance any such legislation," said Akaka. 

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Tuesday, March 17, 2009
Lāna‘i and Moloka‘i wind farms could provide power to O‘ahu
By News Release @ 6:37 PM :: 3413 Views :: DHHL, Maui County, Energy

HONOLULU – Governor Linda Lingle along with Castle & Cooke, First Wind Hawai‘i and Hawaiian Electric Company today announced an agreement that could lead to large wind farms on both Lāna‘i and Moloka‘i providing clean energy to O‘ahu. These wind farms would feed into an inter-island cable system currently being discussed that could ultimately interconnect the major Hawaiian islands for increased grid reliability, security and consumer and business cost savings through access to renewables.

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Tuesday, March 17, 2009
Superferry Update: A rat, a coward, and thin-skinned pseudo intellectuals
By Andrew Walden @ 7:48 AM :: 11558 Views :: Hawaii County , Kauai County, Maui County, Environment, Development

“After reading the alarming tract, I wanted to know whether Albertini -- who went to prison for a year (many years ago) for trying to block a Navy vessel in Hilo Harbor -- will be putting his life and/or freedom on the line along with the novice activists he is counseling.

“The answer? No. Not only is Albertini not going to protest the Superferry, he claims he didn’t even know his “non-violent” call to arms was even published."

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Tuesday, March 17, 2009
Unperplexing Opposition to the Hawaii Superferry
By Andrew Walden @ 7:25 AM :: 10056 Views :: Hawaii County , Honolulu County, DHHL, Maui County, Energy, Environment

As Pacific Business News editorialized January 12, the Superferry opposition and obstruction, “continues to perplex us as yet another group of politicians, this time senators from Neighbor Islands, make noise….”

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Monday, March 16, 2009
Obama to bill combat wounded for medical care
By News Release @ 5:16 PM :: 7696 Views :: National News, Ethics

"It became apparent during our discussion today that the President intends to move forward with this unreasonable plan," said Commander David K. Rehbein of The American Legion. "He says he is looking to generate $540-million by this method, but refused to hear arguments about the moral and government-avowed obligations that would be compromised by it."

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Saturday, March 14, 2009
SHPDA Approves West Maui Hospital
By Jan Shields RN @ 9:12 PM :: 4872 Views :: DHHL, Energy

The Certificate of Need for the proposed West Maui hospital was officially approved by Ron Terry, Executive Director of SHPDA....

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Saturday, March 14, 2009
Hundreds of Oahu Republicans pack County Convention
By Andrew Walden @ 8:01 PM :: 7220 Views :: Education K-12, Environment

Malia Gray, legislative office manager for Rep Lynn Finnegan, faced former Ron Paul Hawaii campaign leader Dan Douglass in the contest for County Chair.  Both candidates recruited new Republican Party members and mobilized supporters for the event.  Gray reported her team recruiting 300 new Republican Party members and identifying 20 Legislative candidates to run in 2010 during the last few weeks of campaigning.

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Thursday, March 12, 2009
Legislature to Commemorate 50th Anniversary of Hawaii Admission Act
By News Release @ 7:57 PM :: 3496 Views :: Energy, Environment

In observance of the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Hawai‘i Admission Act, both houses of the Hawai‘i State Legislature will convene a joint session in the State Capitol House Chambers on Wednesday, March 18, 2009, from noon to 1:30 p.m. 

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Thursday, March 12, 2009
Governor Lingle: "balance budget without raising taxes or laying off"
By News Release @ 7:19 PM :: 3468 Views :: Energy, Environment

Because I have also met with and will continue meeting with union leaders, the counties and my cabinet, as well as social service agencies and other organizations in the community, the process of developing a new financial plan takes time, but I believe it is time well spent.  I remain committed to balancing the budget without raising taxes or laying off employees.  Either of these actions would further weaken our economy.

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Wednesday, March 11, 2009
Utah, Hawaii, Wyoming top 'happiness' poll
By News Release @ 12:07 PM :: 3851 Views :: Energy, National News

Looking for happiness—it's family-friendly communities for some, tropical paradise or the rugged West for others. A survey of Americans' well-being, conducted by Gallup in partnership with Healthways and America's Health Insurance Plans, gives high marks to Utah, which boasts lots of outdoor recreation for its youthful population.  Speaking of outdoor recreation, the islands of Hawaii took second place and Wyoming was third in the poll that rated such variables as mental, physical and economic health.

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Wednesday, March 11, 2009
Hawaii State Senate approves voting by incarcerated felons
By @ 11:35 AM :: 4212 Views :: Energy, Environment

Sen. Sam Slom, (R-Hawaii Kai): this is the premier bill presented by the “criminal lobby.”

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Wednesday, March 11, 2009
Obama's Intelligence Advisor, Chas Freeman, withdraws, blames "Israel Lobby"
By Andrew Walden @ 8:43 AM :: 2833 Views

"They are low-lives," Charles Freeman writes of his dad's critics. "And if you're among them and by chance read this: I still want to punch you in the face. You'd deserve it, you schmucks."

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Tuesday, March 10, 2009
Update: Karen's Law Passes House Tuesday evening
By News Release @ 11:30 PM :: 5554 Views :: Maui County, Energy, Environment

"Karen's Law", HB819HD2, passed out of the House today un-amended.  The measure passed with the exception of no votes placed by Representatives Lyla Berg, Roy Takumi, Faye Hanohano, Sylvia Luke, Hermina Morita, Mark Nakashima and Scott Saiki.

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Tuesday, March 10, 2009
Earmark Watch: Focus on Hawaii U.S. Senator Daniel Inouye
By News Release @ 1:07 PM :: 8114 Views :: Energy, Environment, National News, Ethics

EarmarkWatch is an experimental distributed research project that contains data for Fiscal Year 2008 earmarks from the House and Senate Labor-HHS-Education bills and the 2008 House Defense Bill. It does not contain 2009 earmarks.

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Tuesday, March 10, 2009
Karen's law to be heard on House floor Wednesday
By News Release @ 9:16 AM :: 4341 Views :: Maui County, Education K-12, Energy, Environment

Thanks to you, Karen’s Law will finally be heard on the House Floor tomorrow...a select few members will be trying to kill the bill.

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Tuesday, March 10, 2009
Why Hawaii needs $2 million “for the promotion of astronomy”
By Andrew Walden @ 12:35 AM :: 7761 Views :: Greenmail

It was such a simple question. Debating earmarks on the Senate floor, John McCain demanded of Dan Inouye: "We're going to spend $2 million for the promotion of astronomy in Hawaii….Why do we need $2 million to promote astronomy in Hawaii when unemployment is going up and the stock market is tanking?"

Reporters soon determined the $2 million was for the Imiloa Astronomy Center in Hilo, Hawaii. But the usual liberally deficient commentators have proven completely unable to answer the question “why”?

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