There’s a move afoot in the Legislature to radically change how we vote in partisan primaries, but it risks further confusing the electorate.
Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell and City Council members need to look the public in the eye and answer questions about waste, fraud and corruption.
Spare us the morality lessons and let’s get real about taking advantage of funding sources that don’t raise taxes.
We need to address Hawaii’s own economic crisis before we embrace the much-touted Green New Deal.
It’s all about economic opportunity and not letting the government tell you what you can or can’t do.
The governor’s call to build condos on state-owned land raises a lot of questions, both financial and political.
It’s a politically popular move, but anyone you ask will tell you more needs to be done to make Hawaii livable again.
You don’t have to get yourself elected, you just need to show up and know where the action is.