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The answer is at home

August 3, 2016 It is awfully easy to shop on the internet. Too easy. Heck, if you even express interest in a product, a bot will follow you to almost every website you visit reminding you about i. more »»

A profile in courage

August 2, 2016 “Profiles in Courage” was a Pulitzer Prize-winning book written by John F. Kennedy about actions taken by eight senators that involved great political ris. more »»

A contrast in conventions

July 31, 2016 What a difference a week makes. Just over a week ago, we were profoundly disturbed by the then just-concluded Republican National Convention in Cleveland. more »»

Right stuff still needed

July 29, 2016 Fifty-eight years ago (July 29, 1958) Congress established the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. The space agency was created, in large part, out of fear. more »»

Amendment’s anniversary

July 28, 2016 Today is the anniversary of the ratification of the 14th Amendment to the U.S. more »»

Disclaimers everywhere

July 27, 2016 Have you noticed that we now live in a world of legal disclaimers? During a news program on television, a commercial came on touting the success of a firm that invests in mutual funds. more »»

Say what?

July 26, 2016 Talk about burying a lead . . .  There’s a doozy in the Honolulu Civil Beat’s July 11 online candidate question-and-answer from U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard. more »»

The transition should proceed

July 24, 2016 By overriding Gov. David Ige’s veto of a bill providing special severance and early retirement benefits to unionized public employees in the Maui Region of Hawaii Health Systems Corp. more »»

Wallowing in the mud

July 22, 2016 As this is written (Wednesday morning), the most disappointing thing about the Republican National Convention so far is the amount of vitriol directed at this fall’s opponent, as opposed to positive... more »»

A form of flattery?

July 21, 2016 Charles Caleb Cotton was a 19th century English writer who coined the phrase that “imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. more »»

A momentous day in history

July 20, 2016 “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind. more »»

Letters are reader opinions

July 19, 2016 At the time this nation was founded it was common for the colonial government to jail printers who dared to publish ideas that opposed official policy. It was called sedition. more »»

Ill-advised criticism

July 17, 2016 Incumbent state Rep. Kaniela Ing is making a mistake in criticizing his primary election opponent Deidre Tegarden for her support from unions and developer. more »»

In critical condition

July 15, 2016 One of the stated goals of modern educational reform is to “improve critical thinking skills.” We have heard phrases like this so often that it almost seems like a mantra. more »»

Heroism in grief

July 14, 2016 The tragedies of the past week and a half have left our country numb with shock and grief. more »»

Prepare now for hurricane

July 13, 2016 Several times a year we like to remind our readers to be prepared for natural disasters. Topping that list, of course, is the potential for a hurricane. June 1 through No. more »»

Thanks for missing us

July 12, 2016 As almost all of you are aware now, we had a major breakdown here at The Maui News Saturday night. An electrical failure in our press line kept us from printing Sunday morning’s newspaper on time. more »»

‘Answer to a prayer’

July 10, 2016 It was very enjoyable to pick up the paper the other morning and see that the long-awaited (and much-anticipated) West Maui Hospital and Medical Center is scheduled for a groundbreaking on Aug. 15. more »»

Where’s the reset button?

July 8, 2016 As the two major political parties prepare for their national conventions in the next few weeks, both presumptive presidential nominees are mired in scandal and controversy. more »»

Heroes in our midst

July 7, 2016 The harrowing tale of our firefighters battling the blaze at Maalaea this past weekend revealed again that there are indeed heroes living among us. more »»



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