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More fearmongering seen in anti-GMO argument

August 16, 2014 An Aug. 12 Viewpoint from a well-known University of Hawaii anti-GMO activist needs some response. more »»

Sports complex not a done deal, it’s an illegal deal

August 16, 2014 Regarding the Central Maui Sports Complex (The Maui News, July 18): Lt. Gov. Shan Tsutsui and the state Department of Land and Natural Resources would have everyone believe it’s a done dea. more »»

Kaonoulu area topic of discussion at KCA meeting

August 16, 2014 Now that most primary votes have been tabulated and the general election ballot is being prepared, candidates will be strongly campaignin. more »»

Don’t be fooled: Ige about same as Abercrombie

August 16, 2014 If you read my letters, you know I am all about voting public officials who don’t do the job or listen to the people out. more »»

What is the lesson of Gulf of Tonkin Resolution?

August 15, 2014 Aug. 10 marked the 50th anniversary of President Lyndon B. more »»

Stop Hawaii’s money from going to the Mainland

August 15, 2014 Why in the world is Hawaii being middle-manned by Mainland corporations and Mainland shipping vessels? We should be exporting as well as importing. more »»

MECO is applauded for response to power outages

August 15, 2014 A big mahalo to Maui Electric Co. Every time I have called Maui Electric I have received prompt attention with power issues in Pukalani. more »»

Blood donors encouraged to recruit others

August 15, 2014 The primary campaign is over. Now it’s time for all of us on Maui to focus on another urgent campaign — recruiting new blood donors for the Blood Bank of Hawai. more »»

Ige’s victory a reminder of democracy in action

August 15, 2014 Democracy in action. more »»

Little League disavows individual’s comments

August 15, 2014 Regarding the Central Maui Sports Complex meeting on April 29 (The Maui News, May 1) and an Aug. more »»

Solution to Eha Street speeding is long overdue

August 15, 2014 I was happy to see an Aug. 11 letter from a resident who lives on Eha Street at Iao Parkside. He is right about the dangerous speeding on this street that has turned into a raceway. more »»

Poll workers thanked for service to community

August 15, 2014 Thank you, poll workers — especially the youth. I voted in the primary election Aug. 9 at the Lahaina Civic Center. All the poll workers were pleasant and smiling, as usual. more »»

Voter registration lists need to be cleaned out

August 15, 2014 I believe that the low voter turnout in the Aug. 9 voting is due to a lack of cleaning out the voter registration lists. One polling official said that the lists had not been culled in 10 year. more »»

Mideast solution: Make Israel a state of the U.S.

August 14, 2014 Regarding the slaughter of civilians in Gaza, I am waiting for a politician to start the conversation by showing sympathy and concern for this tragedy. more »»

Debate regarding GMOs is not a scientific one

August 14, 2014 The genetically modified organism debate is a social phenomenon, not a scientific debate. From a scientific perspective, there is no difference between GMO and organic. more »»

Political sign-waving, signs driver distractions

August 14, 2014 We have all heard about being distracted while driving and yet all the sign-waving and the dozens and dozens of political signs that are plastered all over the neighborhoods are a definite... more »»

Thank you, Big Island, for acting as iron shield

August 14, 2014 Our Big Island acted just like an iron shield and gave a knockout blow to Hurricane Iselle, protecting the rest of the state. Thank you, Madame Pele. more »»

Maui Lani is the wrong place for sports complex

August 13, 2014 Personally, I choose to believe that our politicians are well-intentioned but misguided in placing the Central Maui Sports Complex in a location that is clearly inappropriate and highly detrimental... more »»

Embrace science over ignorance on GMOs

August 13, 2014 Scientists may not be right all the time but neither is government nor the public. Science often outpaces society, sometimes by decades or even centuries in the case of evolution. more »»

Incivility is the problem, not a broken system

August 13, 2014 An Aug. 3 letter writer suggested that “our system is broken.” I must respectfully disagree with the writer about our system. more »»



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