The rush to appoint a new Supreme Court justice before the election will backfire on conservatives and incense the American voters who don’t want a pre-election nominee.
If we remain indifferent about the people we elect, we have only ourselves to blame when we don’t like the mandates they are imposing on us.
The public feels micromanaged by what seem like confusing and hard-to-follow emergency restrictions.
Voters in Hawaii’s Second Congressional District should demand more debates and discussion of the candidates, not just accept the primary winner.
This is the worst and most dangerous time to have uncertain, inarticulate and wishy-washy leadership.
There are many, many reasons you don’t want to sit out this primary election.
The Department of Education should not roll the dice on the lives of our teachers and children. We can afford to wait.
The state’s all-mail primary gives residents plenty of time to do research and make carefully informed choices.
It’s time to put Hawaii first again and show a little self-respect for ourselves by making tourists pay their fair share.