Monthly Archives: August 2014

The Only Way Back…

This is not going to be an easy story to tell.  Not easy because I might seem to be targeting our dearest friends, our most heart-felt supporters: the uniformly educated, caring progressive, environmentalists on our Island. These are Americans; many … Continue reading

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“When Does a Sovereign Hawaiian Get to Vote?”

Exactly as they’re doing elsewhere on the continent this week, here in Hawai’i Americans  are casting early-voting ballots in primary elections. We are voting for state offices – the governor, the legislature; we are voting for federal offices – the … Continue reading

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