Letter to the Editor: Beach Bacteria Advisories Based on Flawed Science

"So what is going on? Are we having a rash (pun intended) of sewage spills? It is not likely at all."
December 07, 2020

Letter To The Editor: Electoral College Compromise

"Some promote eliminating the Electoral College in favor of a direct popular vote for president while others believe the Electoral College should remain unchanged."
December 03, 2020

Letter to the Editor: What To Do When Nothing Works

"Regardless of who we blame, the virus is the enemy, and the pandemic is the result."
October 09, 2020

Letter to the Editor: DHHL Internet Service

"DHHL has a fiduciary responsibility that all Native Hawaiian homesteaders have uninterrupted voice/data service."
August 23, 2020

Letter to the Editor: Hawai‘i County Must Issue Permits for Aquatic Clubs at County Pools

"The athletes of Hawai‘i County deserve better than this from the leaders at the Parks and Rec Departments."
July 28, 2020

Letter to the Editor: Funding Family Planning Program Funds Our Future

"As Hawai‘i’s officials look at a budget decimated by this global pandemic, they must make some tough decisions about what’s necessary and what will or will not survive upcoming budget cuts."
July 14, 2020

Letter to the Editor: Automatic Voter Registration is Needed

COVID-19 should make all of us ask if we are fulfilling our civic responsibilities and, in particular, if we are ready to exercise our right to vote in this most consequential election year.
June 06, 2020

Letter to the Editor: Reloading Pre-Pandemic Tourism Not The Answer For Hawai‘i

"A reboot is not a fix. It is no more than an admission that our system is hopelessly snarled, and we are doing the functional equivalent of turning it off and then back on."
May 24, 2020

Letter to the Editor: DHHL Should Object to Cable Settlement

"This tri-party agreement provides insufficient bandwidth for future growth on Hawaiian homelands."
May 19, 2020

Letter to the Editor: Teacher Pay Cuts

"Recently, the State of Hawai‘i announced to the Department of Education that teachers should be prepared for a 20% pay cut."
April 27, 2020