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Momentous day in history

July 20, 2014 “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind. more »»

Who armed perpetrators?

July 19, 2014 The investigation hasn’t even started yet into the downing of Malaysian Airlines Flight 17, but one huge question is already apparent: What is either side in the conflict in the Ukraine doing with... more »»

Discomfort on the way

July 18, 2014 In yet another push for passenger discomfort, Boeing announced Monday that it will produce a versions of its 737-MAX 8 that will seat up to 200 passengers. more »»

Newspaper as a whole

July 17, 2014 One of the reader-friendly features of many current newspaper websites (including mauinews.com) is the ability to see every page of that day’s print edition. more »»

A mistake by the governor

July 16, 2014 Seniors are a large and growing part of the population in the nation and in Hawaii. They are also active participants in politics. We old folks vote. That’s why we think Gov. more »»

Watch for phishermen

July 15, 2014 It was quite a surprise to get an email from PayPal thanking us for using our account with them to purchase “Vintage Photo Sexy College Girls 1990s or 2000s” on eBay. more »»

Nothing new in the sky

July 14, 2014 A couple of years ago, we wrote a piece here lamenting the lack of any plans by major manufacturers to build faster commercial airliners. more »»

Another view from the inside

July 13, 2014 After another brush with local medical providers, we are once again left with a perplexing conclusion: Health care is a complex issue. When viewed at arm’s length (i.e. more »»

One keystroke is not enough

July 12, 2014 Email is an easy, inexpensive tool. Maybe too easy. more »»

Yet another spy scandal

July 11, 2014 The expulsion of the Central Intelligence Agency’s station chief in Germany Thursday is another result of our country’s misguided surveillance overreach. more »»

Reminder to be prepared

July 10, 2014 Tropical Storm Fausto is expected to drop some rain on us next Monday. more »»

Modern face of quackery

July 9, 2014 A story in The Maui News last year described a crackdown by the Food and Drug Administration on unapproved treatments for diabetes. Diabetes is a disease that is widespread in Hawaii. more »»

Important deadline

July 8, 2014 While Hawaii’s Legislature passed — and Go. more »»

The declining role for the PC

July 7, 2014 It is safe to say that the personal computer revolutionized the way Americans live and work. more »»

He was always ‘Unbroken’

July 6, 2014 A true American hero died last week. Louis Zamperini, the subject of Laura Hillenbrand’s best-selling book “Unbroken,” died Wednesday at the age of 97 in California. more »»

Patriotism and principles

July 5, 2014 Since Friday was a day many had off from work to celebrate Independence Day, it seems apt to consider further the concept of patriotis. more »»

July 4, 1776, a world date

July 4, 2014 On July 4, 1776, the ruler of the British Empire, King George III, sat down with his diary and wrote, “Nothing of importance happened today. more »»

The spirit of the holiday

July 3, 2014 As the Fourth of July approaches, there are already plans for cookouts, watermelon and games for the family. Horseshoes and badminton sets will be brought out for the first time in a year. more »»

Landmark legislation

July 2, 2014 With the celebration of the Declaration of Independence only two days away, it is well worth noting that today is the 50th anniversary of another famous date in American history. more »»

Doing what he said he’d do

July 1, 2014 We were surprised to read that Gov. Neil Abercrombie trails his primary opponent state Sen. David Ige by a double-digit percentage in Civil Beat’s latest poll. more »»

 
 

 

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