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In a place that fixates on culture and tradition, you’d think we’d have some academics willing to do deep-dives into how this place is run.
The much ballyhooed effort to raise the minimum wage was just one bill that died with no vote or announcement. Lawmakers didn’t want you to even ask, much less know.
It takes practice to cruise successfully with the little ones. No-distance grandparents get that, while long-distance ones are always relearning.
If you think the legal process is going to sort out the sniping in the aftermath of the special counsel’s report, think again.
Do you wish your political opponents ill will? America’s public policy arena is growing increasingly volatile.
Those who grew up in Hawaii and want to leave aren’t just cultural outliers or victims of the economy.
Howard Schultz has done an amazing job branding Starbucks. But few people will buy his “centrist independent” pitch in these polarized times.
Slacktivism has taken over for transparency when it comes to important yet troubling public issues.
The internal dialogue kicked in big-time when we started searching for a new comfort zone, which we may find in Portland.
The Hawaii congresswoman is still surprisingly outspoken and non-PC at times, but she’s also become closed-off, managed and overly defensive.
The law governing challenges to election results is as worthless as a new telephone book. Both should be thrown out.
Sylvia Luke’s logical call for zero-based budgeting is far from a cure-all for a Legislature so set in its dysfunctional ways.