The Individual and the Group

by Judd Garrett 18th century Scottish economist, Adam Smith said, “Individual ambition serves the common good.” That always made sense to me. If everyone is working in their own interests, taking care of themselves and their families, then society works successfully. Judd Garrett is a graduate from Princeton University, and a former NFL player, coach, … Continue reading The Individual and the Group

Hawai’i Blue Planet Foundation FRIGHTENS Me Due to their Incompetence

Years ago I volunteered as a public health professional. Our mission was to motivate and inspire youngsters to be the best they could be by avoiding temptation to consume alcohol, smoke cigarettes, chew tobacco or use illicit drugs. I was a professional athlete and connected well with young people -- particularly males who were most … Continue reading Hawai’i Blue Planet Foundation FRIGHTENS Me Due to their Incompetence

Crazed Parent Maegen Jo Clark HATES on High School Coaches

Recently, ClearHealthLife published a story about a selfish mom who skewered public schools in Hawai'i for not providing her keiki with free Chromebooks. She has plenty money; just wants more for free stuff for her children. Pua Nunes entitled, privileged and spoiled attitude characterizes so many families today. These families refuse to pay more in … Continue reading Crazed Parent Maegen Jo Clark HATES on High School Coaches

Hawaiian Electric Punches Local Residents in the Stomach

Yesterday we were all disappointed to learn soaring consumer prices aren't falling as quickly as predicted. Inflation in August remained near 40-year highs, although forecasts suggested a sharper decline. Millions of Americans are further squeezed and continue to struggle to cover basic costs like food, gas and rent. President Biden and the Fed continue to … Continue reading Hawaiian Electric Punches Local Residents in the Stomach

Happy Birthday Queen Lydia and How She Lost the Hawaiian Kingdom

Today, September 2nd, is the birthday observation of Lydia Liliʻu Loloku Walania Kamakaʻeha, known commonly as Queen Lili'uokalani, who was the last reigning monarch of the Hawaiian Kingdom. She was also the first and only female monarch of the kingdom. Aloha Lā Hānau e Liliʻuokalani Rare photo of the young Liliʻuokalani When Kamehameha V died … Continue reading Happy Birthday Queen Lydia and How She Lost the Hawaiian Kingdom

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