Please DO NOT Donate to Hawai’i Civil Beat

Most of us are aware there are three branches of government in our system: executive, legislative and judicial. By convention, we consider media the fourth. For our system to work, as U.S. Founder James Madison penned in Federalist #51, "ambition must check ambition." Our self-government is one of checks and balances. We watch each other … Continue reading Please DO NOT Donate to Hawai’i Civil Beat

Selfish Negative Nancy Pua Nunes Gets Schooled on Kaua’i

Would like to thank ClearHealthLife for allowing me to post an important commentary as we head back to school. Educators -- including teachers, ed assistants, support staff, counselors, coaches and administrators are fleeing the profession. The #1 reason is the lack of support from the public and constant bashing we receive from parents. This behavior … Continue reading Selfish Negative Nancy Pua Nunes Gets Schooled on Kaua’i

Sharon Moriwaki Increases Crime in Waikiki

Mail In and absentee voting began July 26th and ballots MUST be received by 7pm on Election Day, August 13, 2022. In-person voting is open Saturday, August 13 from 7am to 7pm. Please remember, that in the primary election you can only vote for candidates of your registered affiliate party. Only the Democrat and Republican … Continue reading Sharon Moriwaki Increases Crime in Waikiki

Incompetent Hawaiian Electric and Hawaii Politicians Just Increased Energy Taxes by 7%

The most frustrating aspect of living in Hawai'i is dealing with the incompetent corporate executives, government bureaucrats and elected political officials. Hawai'i is the only state in the nation that was once governed by kings, queens and monarchy based on bloodline. Even today, bloodline, family connections and friends remain more important than merit in job … Continue reading Incompetent Hawaiian Electric and Hawaii Politicians Just Increased Energy Taxes by 7%

Special Olympics Hawai’i REFUSES to Hire Males

As ClearHealthLife is interested in improving lives of all people, we publish this story about discriminatory hiring practices in Hawai'i and by Special Olympics Hawai'i in particular. Our nation suffers tremendous confusion and strife at this time, as we continue to punish, shame and blame each other. We have many challenges in front of us. … Continue reading Special Olympics Hawai’i REFUSES to Hire Males

The United States of Whiners and Blamers

Long, long ago, in a galaxy far away, the Unites States of American was considered the Land of the Free and Home of the Brave. How quaint! Elected officials even told constituents that the U.S. of A. was the "shining city on the hill." They wanted us to believe we were an exceptional people. How … Continue reading The United States of Whiners and Blamers

Stand Firmly for our Faith, our Freedom, and our Families

I have been told by some that I’m a little too obsessed or a little too extreme in my position on the recent issues in Murray’s (Utah) public schools. I have been told by some that I need to be careful about what I say or how I say it, because there are powerful people … Continue reading Stand Firmly for our Faith, our Freedom, and our Families

My Body But Not My Choice As a Man in Hawai’i

Friday's official announcement from SCOTUS triggered protests, riots and some scattered incidents of violence. Millions of liberal women and men are enraged; millions of conservative women and men are celebrating. The issue of abortion has divided our nation for 50 years. This battle now moves to the various states and Election 2022. The director of … Continue reading My Body But Not My Choice As a Man in Hawai’i

King Kamehameha Was a Murderer, not a Uniter

Kamehameha I, name Paiea at birth, meaning “Hard-Shelled Crab,” also known as Kamehameha the Great, was the founder and first ruler of the Kingdom of Hawaiʻi. Full name is Kalani Paiʻea Wohi o Kaleikini Kealiʻikui Kamehameha o ʻIolani i Kaiwikapu kauʻi Ka Liholiho Kūnuiākea. The Great One is also considered The Lonely One King Kamehameha … Continue reading King Kamehameha Was a Murderer, not a Uniter

Battle Over Bones in Hawai’i

The ancestral people of the Sandwich Islands, known today as Hawai'i, had a practice of "hiding" the bones of family members when they died. The indigenous people, native Hawaiians or Kanaka Maoli, believed bones contained "mana" or spiritual energy of power and strength. Unfortunately, as these graves were unmarked, families today preparing to build a … Continue reading Battle Over Bones in Hawai’i