Voters too often act to prevent someone from gaining office, instead of endorsing a vision of the future.
Investments in public infrastructure need to be made now to bring the state into the 21st century before it devolves into chaos.
Based on recent details emerging in a high-profile embezzlement case, corruption is more common and widespread than one might think in Hawaii.
Gov. David Ige showed rare assertiveness when he announced his intent to veto just over two dozen bills.
We need to cool down and de-escalate community conflicts. That starts by being more tolerant of people with opposing views.
Lawmakers should also consider cutting taxes on fuel to bring costs down for Hawaii residents.
The market ultimately knows that just because that property is priced at a million doesn’t mean it holds $1 million dollars in value. That should worry all of us.
Honolulu has started to resemble other parts of the world, where only neighborhoods for tourists and the rich are kept up.
We need a Hawaii with fewer service jobs where people can be part of a digital economy, and where our homes become our new offices.