StarAdvertiser columnist David Shapiro provided insightful updates today regarding the near-tragic incident on the night of February 22, 2021. Honolulu police arrested Representative Sharon Har after observing her driving in the head-on direction of one-way traffic traveling on busy South Beretania near the intersection Pi'ikoi street. This is a particularly newsworthy event as Ms. Har in … Continue reading Hawaii State Representative Sharon Har Needs to Resign for DWI Arrest
On Thursday, July 23rd, I was able to observe proceedings before the Honorable Judge Joe Moss, District Court of the Fifth Circuit, State of Hawai'i, Lihu'e Division. I have extensive background in criminal justice and this gave me an opportunity to observe Kaua'i County prosecuting attorney, Justin Kollar, in action. Kollar was elected to the position in … Continue reading State of Hawai’i Cheated Me for Ten Dollars
Today, we honor and recognize Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the path he forged for all people around the world. His most noted speech, "I Have a Dream," is topical today as millions of citizens perceive the promise of America to be slipping away. I document here how the corrupt and incompetent leadership of Kauai's police chief, Darryl Perry, destroys the promise of America.
One reason I love our electoral process is it gives leaders a forum to propose new ideas. My biggest criticism of our democratic system is we allow partisan ideology to create intellectual walls between us. If Hillary offers a new approach to the substance abuse crisis we suffer in America, those on the Right tend to … Continue reading Hillary Clinton: $10 Billion for Addiction Recovery Support
They survive by dealing drugs or other items in illegal markets. This is happening here in the Hanalei area of the island of Kaua'i. This is the reason why I believe Legal Markets are superior models when attempting to regulate recreational substance use.