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It’s time to exercise your right—to vote

“Nobody will ever deprive the American people of the right to vote except the American people themselves, and the only way they could do this is by not voting.” — President Franklin D. Roosevelt. The right to vote has thankfully become deeply ingrained in our American psyche as an ...

Most Americans value immigration. Most politicians don’t

At a time when the American economy could use more people, restrictions on immigration continue to trap a lot of unused talent in low-productivity countries. To unleash it, the United States could simply let these immigrants in and let them work. They’d become a productive part of the system ...

No Ka Oi Health

September 2022 brings awareness to two important health topics related to our keiki — childhood obesity and childhood cancer. Childhood obesity awareness Awareness around childhood obesity is important because it’s one of the most serious, yet preventable, public health challenges of ...

Sharing Mana‘o

Nearly six years have passed since “The Final Harvest.” After nearly 150 years of sugar production, Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Company shut the giant doors to its Puunene Mill in December 2016. The closure of Hawaii’s last surviving sugar plantation caused many to mourn not only the ...