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Time for former candidate to let his losses go

August 4, 2014 “Let any one of you . . . be the first to throw the first stone.” Here we are in another election year with Alan Fukuyama struggling for political relevance. more »»

Abercrombie and Schatz don’t deserve to be elected

August 4, 2014 Hawaii Gov. Neil Abercrombie doesn’t deserve another four-year term, and his appointed U.S. senator, Brian Schatz, certainly doesn’t deserve a six-year term. more »»

Urban growth boundaries are not being observed

August 4, 2014 A recent drive through Central Maui revealed the horror of our new megalopolis of Wailuku-Kahului, “Kahuluku,” stretching from the new business park next to the airport to the new town of Maui Lani. more »»

Governor’s lack of respect won’t be forgotten

August 4, 2014 Recently your editorial asked us to give Gov. Abercrombie the respect he deserves (Opinion, July 1. more »»

Sports complex violates numerous regulations

August 4, 2014 Maui Lani Neighbors sent a cease-and-desist letter to the DLNR to stop construction of the Central Maui Regional Sports Complex. more »»

Scientists not always right; let the people decide

August 4, 2014 The fact that someone is born and raised on a pig farm does not make that person an expert on GMO. more »»

Sentences are too lenient for heinous criminals

August 4, 2014 I am shocked by the recent headlines involving a man who nearly took out his common law wife’s eye and got 90 days in prison as well as the creepy Kaanapali child molester who only got one year (The... more »»

Reason to not swim at Keawakapu again

August 4, 2014 Three times since June my wife and guests have been swimming at Keawakapu Beach among floating “turds” apparently dumped from the tour boats cruising by. more »»

If Israel’s borders wrong, so are all in Mideast

August 4, 2014 After the First World War, the Allies took control of what was the Ottoman Empire and broke it up into the current configuration that we see today. more »»

Candidate applauded for cleaning up sidewalks

August 3, 2014 I was pleasantly surprised to see a candidate for an elective office cleaning the sidewalks in Kahului. more »»

What were councilors thinking on GMO issue?

August 3, 2014 Let me see if I got this right. more »»

Absence of help for police officer embarrassing

August 3, 2014 Sad and embarrassing day for Maui. more »»

Sentence too lenient for severe beating of wife

August 3, 2014 A 90-day jail term is far too lenient for the man who beat is wife so severely that she nearly lost an eye (The Maui News, July 26). Shame on the judge. more »»

Politicians’ actions on sports complex shameful

August 2, 2014 Re: Maui News article on July 18, Central Maui sports complex. I am getting really tired of “business as usua. more »»

Term ‘unborn child’ doesn’t block medical care

August 2, 2014 A July 24 letter describes the author’s unhappiness with the term “unborn child. more »»

Nava’s experience and knowledge would serve us

August 2, 2014 Rick Nava is a diligent, loyal and dedicated man. His commitment toward his family, community and country is easy to observ. more »»

Storm-damaged sanctuary for animals needs help

August 2, 2014 Leilani Farm Sanctuary, an all-volunteer refuge for rescued animals in Haiku, was hit hard by tropical storm Wali. Huge trees crushed three animal houses and collapsed a section of fencing. more »»

Food labeling pertinent to GMOs urgently needed

August 1, 2014 During our 2014 legislative session, 15 labeling bills came out of the Senate and House including food safety bills. One by one, all labeling bills were rejected. more »»

Information coming from SHAKA not to be trusted

August 1, 2014 The recent GMO petition hearings of July 23-24 were again interesting, especially when the SHAKA movement’s hierarchy states that a moratorium period when no GMO crops can be planted will not affect... more »»

Advice offered for makers of telephone surveys

July 31, 2014 Seems like we get a phone survey every day. Must be political season. Some rules for the survey makers as some of them are terrible. 1. Not over 10 minutes. 2. more »»

 
 

 

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