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Neal Milner: Hawaii’s Republicans Are Just Not Crazy Enough To Win Civil Beat/2010

Neal Milner: Hawaii’s Republicans Are Just Not Crazy Enough To Win

Elsewhere in the country, Republicans are gaining momentum by generating enough fervor to generate enough money and public support to be a real voice of opposition.

Chad Blair: Rep. Mark Takai’s Papers Show The History Of A Remarkable Public Servant

Chad Blair: Rep. Mark Takai’s Papers Show The History Of A Remarkable Public Servant

The collection of documents and photos from the late congressman are available at the University of Hawaii Manoa.

The US Must Keep Its Promise To The Micronesian Nations Mark Edward Harris/Civil Beat

The US Must Keep Its Promise To The Micronesian Nations

There is a rare chance to address immigration, climate change, and China’s influence while renegotiating the Compacts of Free Association.

Denby Fawcett: An Auction House Planned To Sell A Piece Of Hawaii History — Until The State Laid Claim To It Wikimedia Commons

Denby Fawcett: An Auction House Planned To Sell A Piece Of Hawaii History — Until The State Laid Claim To It

But the owner says that if the state wants the royal standard that flew over the home of Queen Liliuokalani and other items once in the auction it will have to pay.

Vicky Cayetano: What I Learned In My Run For Governor Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2022

Vicky Cayetano: What I Learned In My Run For Governor

Campaigns should bring people together, to raise issues that impact our lives and to attract the next generation of leaders to the important work of public service.

Eric Stinton: An Adult Tricycle May Seem A Little Goofy Until You Consider The Benefits David Croxford/Civil Beat/2022

Eric Stinton: An Adult Tricycle May Seem A Little Goofy Until You Consider The Benefits

A tricycle provides admirable stability in a perilous world dominated by cars.

Hawaii County Leads The Way On EV Charging Policy Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2021

Hawaii County Leads The Way On EV Charging Policy

The focus now should be providing reliable and easily accessible public chargers statewide.

Danny De Gracia: Want To Reduce Inequality? Let People Make Money Off What They Own Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2022

Danny De Gracia: Want To Reduce Inequality? Let People Make Money Off What They Own

Instead of blaming homeowners for the housing shortage, try pointing the finger at the state and county.

John Pritchett: Rumble In The Jungle John Pritchett/Civil Beat/2022

John Pritchett: Rumble In The Jungle

The largest active volcano on the planet hasn’t erupted since 1984 and there are no signs that it will again anytime soon. But a series of small earthquakes and aftershocks has some people on the Big Island all shook up.

A Poem For Honolulu Rail Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2022

A Poem For Honolulu Rail

With apologies to Ernest Lawrence Thayer’s “Casey at the Bat.”