Pacific Islanders have been hard hit by the coronavirus in Hawaii. But they’re not waiting for government to take care of things for them like so many of us are.
Reversing a growing distrust in government and our leaders is going to be hard to do, especially with the next generation.
New leadership at state agencies isn’t enough to turn around Hawaii’s COVID-19 response.
If you are not getting the accountability you want, go public, go loud and up the ante.
Hawaii’s political history should have made us more suspicious of the government’s pandemic response.
The governor could take a lesson from Queen Elizabeth who has learned to let the pony be the fall guy.
I’m letting my anxieties take control as I consider whether to stay in Hawaii or move to my next lifestyle on the mainland.
White wokeness is bumping up against white racial resentment and that may turn the tide in Donald Trump’s favor.
The COVID-19 pandemic is reshaping both campaigning and what voters are looking for in a candidate.