Charles Djou

Charles K. Djou is an adjunct professor at Hawaii Pacific University. He is an Afghanistan war veteran and a lieutenant colonel in the Army Reserve. Djou served in the U.S. House, Honolulu City Council and Hawaii State House.
Army Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn Is A Dishonest Man Flickr: Gage Skidmore

Army Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn Is A Dishonest Man

The former Trump advisor knowingly lied to law enforcement officials.

Charles Djou: Why I’m Not Running For Honolulu Mayor Ronen Zilberman/Civil Beat

Charles Djou: Why I’m Not Running For Honolulu Mayor

The 2016 candidate and veteran lawmaker is taking up a residency at the U.S. Army War College.

An Open Letter To Democrats About Trump

An Open Letter To Democrats About Trump

The party is doomed if it embraces angry, left-wing, populist socialism.

Campaign Corner: A Vote For Ozawa Is A Check On Caldwell Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Campaign Corner: A Vote For Ozawa Is A Check On Caldwell

The rematch in the Honolulu City Council District 4 race will have big consequences.

6 Ways To Reform Hawaii’s Government Cory Lum/Civil Beat

6 Ways To Reform Hawaii’s Government

Policy changes include all mail-in ballots and runoffs between the top two candidates.

Charles Djou: The Courage And Resolve Of John McCain Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Charles Djou: The Courage And Resolve Of John McCain

“I am saddened that our nation has lost a true American hero in the passing of John McCain.”

Charles Djou: Why I’m Leaving The GOP Ronen Zilberman/Civil Beat

Charles Djou: Why I’m Leaving The GOP

The former Republican congressman from Hawaii says he can no longer remain in a party led by Donald Trump.

The Last Word: Charles Djou on Why Voters Should Send Him Back to Congress Courtesy

The Last Word: Charles Djou on Why Voters Should Send Him Back to Congress

I have always been a careful steward of the people’s money.
Djou:  We Need a New Way of Doing Things in Washington Courtesy

Djou: We Need a New Way of Doing Things in Washington

The Republican candidate in the 1st Congressional District race on three federal laws he would change and why.
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