Monthly Archives: December 2009

Part III: Much Ado About Automobiles–Some Necessary Clarity.

The Somewhat Distant Past: For the first 46 years of his life, cars and driving played a central role in ‘Iokepa Hanalei ‘Imaikalani’s life.  When he relinquished, “Everything that I worked for all my life,” to answer to his ancestors’ … Continue reading

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(Part II): Free My Husband’s Nation. Unleash Hawai’i.

For the first time ever, ‘Iokepa Hanalei ‘Imaikalani walked into a United States courtroom in Hawai’i. He was just another, “Traffic offender” among  dozens:  Violators of the mandated speed limits, folks who’d innocently let their car registration lapse, those who … Continue reading

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