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The state needs to stop rejecting everything and start looking for wins.
Lawmakers and public officials need to do a better job educating Hawaii residents about the effects of sea level rise and changing weather patterns.
The people who vote — Democrats — get the government they vote for. We really should make an effort to do better.
When voting for local leaders in 2020, Oahu residents should ask if they’re better off today than they were 10 years ago.
Ige has wasted time, money and the patience of Hawaii residents.
Visitors come to the islands to escape, not to be micromanaged. The state should relax its laws and reap the economic benefits.
Military folks are not the type to stage protests like we’ve been seeing elsewhere in Hawaii. But the state plan for this museum needs public scrutiny.
Hotels, malls and other businesses should increase security as violent crime rises in the city.
Local reelection campaign should get the president to visit Hawaii and speak to what he can do about the crisis in the islands.
Since the Superferry demise a decade ago, there is skepticism about creating a new system. But it would be a boon to neighbor island residents, tourists and businesses alike.
A top-two primary system avoids forcing voters to choose between candidates at the fringes of their parties.
Our leaders need to take personal responsibility for getting and keeping Hawaii ready for global competitiveness.