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Pets that are left to survive on their own don’t

July 4, 2014 The cute picture in The Maui News (June 27) of a feral cat walking jauntily through the park was a misrepresentation of the plight of feral cats. more »»

The only people who can help us are ourselves

July 4, 2014 I recently wrote a few letters urging people to get involved and to start using the petition method to enact change in our islands’ laws. more »»

Don’t allow events that disrupt residents’ sleep

July 4, 2014 Thanks to the Maui County Council members for their service. Kahului-Wailuku residents need their help. It is June 29 at 1 a.m. more »»

HC&S appears committed to profits at all cost

July 3, 2014 On June 25, The Maui News reported that Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co. may be facing stiff fines for pollution violations created by improper stack emissions at the Puunene Mill. more »»

Concerns mounting about use of GMO agriculture

July 3, 2014 Although the Union of Concerned Scientists favors the use of genetically modified agriculture, it has concerns: * Roundup resistance technology has led to greater use of herbicides, with troubling... more »»

Most of bad information about GMOs is not true

July 3, 2014 GMO, here we go. The debate rages on and I don’t get it. On one hand, we have big business and nonprofits trying to improve our food. more »»

West side is getting shortchanged on recycling

July 3, 2014 The west side again gets the short end of the stick. more »»

Sign-waving candidate feels aloha from motorists

July 2, 2014 Thank you to the kind and gracious people who drive on Maui. As an independent candidate for mayor, I’ve been sign waving with a team of seven workers. more »»

Endorsements belie Souki’s claim of neutrality

July 2, 2014 I have always supported Joe Souki, as he has done much for our islands. Comes a time, however, when, in the words of Gen. Douglas MacArthur, “Old soldiers never die, they just fade awa. more »»

Studies show potential hazards of smart meters

July 2, 2014 Here’s the thing about smart meters: Thousands of studies have been done linking ELF (extremely low frequency) and RF (radio frequency), which includes the microwave band, to a host of health... more »»

County needs new, more responsive administration

July 1, 2014 The Maui Island Plan adopted on Dec. 28, 2012, provides direction for future growth of the economy, and social and environmental decisions on the island through 2030. more »»

Power belongs to the people, not to corporations

July 1, 2014 Power to the people, not power to a corporation. The Founding Fathers based our democracy on the principle “of the people, by the people and for the people. more »»

Monsanto making positive impact on the world

July 1, 2014 I work for one of the best companies in Hawaii and the world, Monsanto. I am deeply concerned about some of the false propaganda that has been put out there by certain groups. more »»

Police should target speeders, distracted drivers

July 1, 2014 The Click It or Ticket campaigns by the Maui Police Department apparently result in lots of tickets issued and lots of revenues. more »»

Real danger is not the plant but the lies about it

July 1, 2014 While walking on a recent morning, I realized that the police and others are not really afraid of the THC in pakalolo. They are afraid of people learning that maybe pakalolo is harmless. more »»

Pro-GMO studies are manipulated

July 1, 2014 The Chicago Tribune reported “The American Medical Association’s recently revised policy calls for mandatory pre-market safety testing of genetically engineered foods. more »»

Second look at medical plaza needed

June 30, 2014 The proposed Maui Medical Plaza at Kanaha was awarded a special management area permit in August 2011, at a time when the property was more than two years delinquent on its property taxes. more »»

Democratic primary is one of critical importance

June 30, 2014 Hawaii is at a historic crossroad in her young life. A state only 55 years old, Hawaii’s voters will make a decision in the 2014 August primary electing leadership for the near future. more »»

Method of electing council members must change

June 30, 2014 Two important issues which impact the way we vote will get little coverage this election year. more »»

Republicans perpetrating real voter fraud

June 30, 2014 A short time ago, I posted a couple of letters saying that so-called impersonation voter fraud was not happening. The proven percentage of impersonation voter fraud is .002 percent. more »»

 
 

 

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