Men’s Health Month: No Aloha For Bruddahs in Hawai’i

The purpose of Men’s Health Month is to heighten the awareness of preventable health problems and encourage early detection and treatment of disease among men and boys. This month gives health care providers, public policy makers, the media, and individuals an opportunity to encourage men and boys to seek regular medical advice and early treatment … Continue reading Men’s Health Month: No Aloha For Bruddahs in Hawai’i

Hawaii’s Greatest QB Cannabis King Colt Brennan and NFL $1,000,000 Challenge

On Friday, June 11th, the state of Hawai'i shut down to honor the first king of the islands, Kamehameha the Great. Kalani Paiʻea Wohi o Kaleikini Kealiʻikui Kamehameha o ʻIolani i Kaiwikapu kauʻi Ka Liholiho Kūnuiākea (c. 1736? – May 8 or 14, 1819) is considered the founder and first ruler of the Kingdom of … Continue reading Hawaii’s Greatest QB Cannabis King Colt Brennan and NFL $1,000,000 Challenge

Happy Sunday Funday. Laugh a Little

For most of us, the past year has been quite stressful, somewhat frightening and devoid of much fun and laughter. Let's take a minute to laugh at ourselves and others. Put on a face mask around others; get your vaccine. Lighten up and make the best of a difficult time. Back Rubs Aren't What They … Continue reading Happy Sunday Funday. Laugh a Little

Aloha Friday: Dream The Impossible Dream

We received this personal submission and due to the extraordinary challenges all of us have faced over the past year, the board at Waikiki Whisperer felt this inspirational message should be added to our pages. Hope this history awakens renewed spirit and dreams in you. Living in Pursuit of The Impossible Dream The year was … Continue reading Aloha Friday: Dream The Impossible Dream

Women are INSANE to Trust CDC on J&J Vaccine

Since its founding in 1847, the AMA has been a leader in the development of medical science in the United States. The group has also made tragic errors. Segregation and racism within the profession has, and continues to, negatively impact the African American community. There is also a documented history of gender bias. Women are at high … Continue reading Women are INSANE to Trust CDC on J&J Vaccine

Unjust Treatment of Unemployed Veteran by DLIR in Hawai’i

Greg Ngiraiwet is of indigenous Polynesian ethnicity. My boyfriend and partner was born in the U.S., but raised in Palau, Papua New Guinea and New Zealand. He came to Hawai'i in his late teen years and was recruited by the U.S. military. Greg is a veteran who fought in Afghanistan and Iraq between 1998 to … Continue reading Unjust Treatment of Unemployed Veteran by DLIR in Hawai’i

Cannabis Corruption at Commission: HCRC Chair Liann Ebesugawa Should Resign

On April 4, 2021, David Shapiro summarized the disturbing levels of corruption in the Aloha state. He wrote, "It’s infuriating to see federal prosecutors once again having to expose local public corruption that city and state authorities should have been on long ago." David Shapiro's Commentary April 4, 2021 Earlier this week, ClearHealthLife received pleadings … Continue reading Cannabis Corruption at Commission: HCRC Chair Liann Ebesugawa Should Resign

President Biden: Help us end Asian American Racist Attitudes toward Cannabis in Hawai’i

Excellent article in Waikiki Today summarizing the policy challenges. SEE:Cannabis Legalization Distinguishes Comfortable Cowards from the Bold and Courageous President Joe Biden: https://www.whitehouse.gov/contact/ Hawai’i State Representative Mark Nakashima: epnakashima@Capitol.hawaii.gov Not all observe the Christian holiday of Good Friday, but hope we can take a moment to reflect how to increase kindness, respect and love in … Continue reading President Biden: Help us end Asian American Racist Attitudes toward Cannabis in Hawai’i

Racism Explodes in Florida. Too Many Black People in Miami Beach

My wife and I were somewhat surprised initially by media concerns about spring break in Florida. Governor DeSantis has been resistant to lockdowns, forced face mask wearing and many public health recommendations. He has encouraged gathering and an open economy. Let's take a moment to remember history. Civil rights icon Martin Luther King Jr. led … Continue reading Racism Explodes in Florida. Too Many Black People in Miami Beach