Dark Anniversary: From Aloha to Alienation

Alienation: experiencing or inducing feelings of isolation or estrangement Locked down due to C19; a nation on fire fueled by racial tension, economic frustration and an intensely heated and divisive political arena, claiming Americans are experiencing The Great Alienation would be an understatement. Over a hundred years ago, the philosopher economist and social theorist, Karl … Continue reading Dark Anniversary: From Aloha to Alienation

Hawai’i DOH Murders Pacific Islanders

UPDATE 9.5.2020: Surge Testing program costs over $15,000 per identified infectious case. Of 16,384 Surge Tests so far, only 104 have been positive for the virus. This highly inefficient testing methodology costs $15,783 to identify ONE infectious person. This is what the FAILED DOH Contact Tracing program cost all of us. This money could have … Continue reading Hawai’i DOH Murders Pacific Islanders

White Lives Matter

https://www.facebook.com/NowThisPolitics/videos/3786860994678696/ Real Americans Coming Together UPDATE 8.17.2020: Mob of Portland #BlackLivesMatter protesters forced a White man, who was trying to help a transgender citizen, to crash his truck, then punched and kicked him unconscious. The victim was bleeding from a large wound in the back of his head as he appeared unconscious throughout another almost 2½-minute clip. … Continue reading White Lives Matter

Danger Alert: C19 Safety Failure at Iwilei Costco Honolulu

UPDATE 8.7.2020: Hawai'i officials did it again: punished the many for the failures of the few. Oahu parks and beaches, which reopened in May, will be closed again, starting 12:01am Saturday. All 303 city-run parks and 18 state-operated sites on island will be closed. Honolulu mayor, Kirk Caldwell, said: "“We need to clamp down as … Continue reading Danger Alert: C19 Safety Failure at Iwilei Costco Honolulu

The Racism of Weed

CNN appears to be an opponent of President Trump, as are many media groups today. Political debate and discussion is good. CNN writers also claim the president is racist in many of his words, actions and national policy. Again, political discourse and criticism is good. Yet if CNN opposes racism -- which is a good … Continue reading The Racism of Weed

AOC and Hawai’i State Senator Richard Medeiros Desecrate Hawaiian History

Just last week, I defended Democrat U.S. Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC) after Republican Ted Yoho of Florida allegedly directed inappropriate language toward her (story). This week, AOC threw shade on one of Hawaii's most respected and revered figures -- St. Damien of Moloka'i. AOC criticized a statue of Father Damien that stands in the National Statuary Hall … Continue reading AOC and Hawai’i State Senator Richard Medeiros Desecrate Hawaiian History

How About Free $500 For Your Family

Discovered an interesting promotional offer the other day and wanted to share this with all of you who have followed me for so long. Something like over 1,000 supporters and followers now. Really appreciate each of you! Every single one of you! Thank you and Mahalo Nui Loa from Waikiki on the Hawai'i island of … Continue reading How About Free $500 For Your Family

John Lewis Urinates on Hawai’i Civil Rights Commission

Today, former President Barack Obama issued a sweeping call to action in his eulogy for civil rights icon and longtime Georgia Congressman John Lewis. The heroic American had no tolerance for those who cheat human beings of their civil rights. William D. Hoshijo, Executive Director State of Hawaii Hawaii Civil Rights Commission 830 Punchbowl St., … Continue reading John Lewis Urinates on Hawai’i Civil Rights Commission

Abandoned by Friend and Colleague Gail Evans

June 30, 2016, Mónica Ortiz Uribe announced to thousands of poor Latino and migrant worker families that the New Mexico Supreme Court ruled in favor of requiring Worker's Compensation for farm and ranch employees. Attorneys from the New Mexico Center on Law and Poverty, an Albuquerque nonprofit, led the charge. [legal decision] Farm and ranching is dangerous … Continue reading Abandoned by Friend and Colleague Gail Evans

Eddie Would Go But America’s Teachers are Cowards

Anyone in Hawai'i or who follows the world of surfing knows of Eddie Aikau. Edward Ryon Makuahanai Aikau (Kahului, Hawaii, May 4, 1946 – March 17, 1978) was a Hawaiian lifeguard and surfer. As the first lifeguard at Waimea Bay on Oahu, he saved over 500 people and became famous surfing the massive Hawaiian surf. … Continue reading Eddie Would Go But America’s Teachers are Cowards