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.
Economic storm clouds are gathering. Now is the time for island residents — and their government — to do some belt-tightening.
Most tourists don’t stick around long enough to discover the truly aggravating features of Hawaii in general and Oahu in particular.
You really can affect what happens at the Capitol. Here are some of the “secrets to the temple.”
Normal supply and demand conditions don’t apply in a place where so many wealthy outsiders are willing to enter the market.