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    Where Is the Value from Taxes?

    On October 13th, the Grassroot Institute of Hawaii published the result of a poll of about 1,000 Hawaii residents.  They found, not...

    Julie Christensen’s life as a Psychic Medium–Part 1

    Author's Note: I met Julie Christensen while doing research on a family history project. (We didn’t know each...

    No, DOE, You’re Not God

    In recent weeks, it’s been no secret that the Hawaii State Teachers Association (HSTA) has had some concerns about their working conditions. Schools are about to start up again with in-person instruction. Teachers are then supposed to be teaching a bunch of random kids, few of whom may be vaccinated because vaccines only recently have been approved for early teenagers and still aren’t approved for kids under 12.

    School Administrator Tells Teachers To Offer ‘Opposing’ Viewpoints On Holocaust

    A Texas school administrator has suggested that classrooms offer books on Holocaust denial to support "opposing" views in an attempt to strike...

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    Telecommute in Style (and in clarity) with the Jabra Evolve 2 85

    Back in the bad old days of Covid isloation, those of us fortunate enough to work from...
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    Add a first class webcam, mouse and wireless keyboard to your home office

    Covid-19 has changed the way we work. First and foremost, even with the plague diminishing (at least in the US) telecommuting is...

    Why you Shouldn’t Sleep on Your Breasts and Other Important Points

    There’s one big problem with sleeping that most people never think about. This is an important issue, since we spend on average...

    Anker Soundcore Liberty Air 2 Pro–another earbud for the Covid Era

    Who knows when this modern day biblical plague will end? In the meantime we have 21st century electronic gear...

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    HART Makes Up Its Voting Rules

    If at first you don’t succeed because of the rules, do you redouble your efforts to meet the rules?  Or do you...

    Prosecutors Reject 5 Murder Charges In Deadly Chicago Shootout Citing ‘Mutual Combat’

    Prosecutors in Illinois have reportedly chosen not to charge five gang-related suspects in a deadly shootout that unfolded in Chicago, despite police...

    Tax Reform in the Cornhusker State

    What do you think of when you hear the name “Nebraska”? Steaks? Corn? Warren Buffett? As it turns out, they have a few things in common with us. They pride themselves on their quality of life (but for different reasons than us), and they are facing a population decline just like we are.

    Biden Wants To Renew Union Skimming From Payments To Home-Health Providers

    The Biden Department of Health & Human Services (HHS), wants to reinstate an Obama-era regulation that allowed labor unions to skim an...

    Tax Planning with the Rich and Famous

    Occasionally, all of us wonder what it’s like to be rich and famous, or at least act like it.  “Those people,” you...

    Entertainment

    Trailer for Shaka, the Power of Aloha

    “Shaka, the Power of Aloha” is a documentary film project that explores the origin and meanings of Hawaii’s...

    Mike Nichols, a Life–a family perspective

    A decade ago, my father handed me The New Yorker profile of Mike Nichols, the iconic stage and...

    Dress like an Outlier–Every day

    If you’ve been reading my columns over the last few months, you’ll note I’ve been somewhat obsessed...

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    Julie Christensen’s life as a Psychic Medium–Part 1

    Author's Note: I met Julie Christensen while doing research on a family history project. (We didn’t know each...

    Trailer for Shaka, the Power of Aloha

    “Shaka, the Power of Aloha” is a documentary film project that explores the origin and meanings of Hawaii’s Shaka gesture. The film is...

    Post Covid Chic—Boat Shoes are Back

    According to recent stories in the New York Times and NPR all bets are off when it comes to fashion. In essence,...
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    Where Is the Value from Taxes?

    On October 13th, the Grassroot Institute of Hawaii published the result of a poll of about 1,000 Hawaii residents.  They found, not...

    Julie Christensen’s life as a Psychic Medium–Part 1

    Author's Note: I met Julie Christensen while doing research on a family history project. (We didn’t know each...

    No, DOE, You’re Not God

    In recent weeks, it’s been no secret that the Hawaii State Teachers Association (HSTA) has had some concerns about their working conditions. Schools are about to start up again with in-person instruction. Teachers are then supposed to be teaching a bunch of random kids, few of whom may be vaccinated because vaccines only recently have been approved for early teenagers and still aren’t approved for kids under 12.

    School Administrator Tells Teachers To Offer ‘Opposing’ Viewpoints On Holocaust

    A Texas school administrator has suggested that classrooms offer books on Holocaust denial to support "opposing" views in an attempt to strike...

    HART Makes Up Its Voting Rules

    If at first you don’t succeed because of the rules, do you redouble your efforts to meet the rules?  Or do you...

    Prosecutors Reject 5 Murder Charges In Deadly Chicago Shootout Citing ‘Mutual Combat’

    Prosecutors in Illinois have reportedly chosen not to charge five gang-related suspects in a deadly shootout that unfolded in Chicago, despite police...

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    Where Is the Value from Taxes?

    On October 13th, the Grassroot Institute of Hawaii published the result of a poll of about 1,000 Hawaii residents.  They found, not surprisingly, that people don’t like our high state taxes:

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    Where Is the Value from Taxes?

    On October 13th, the Grassroot Institute of Hawaii published the result of a poll of about 1,000 Hawaii residents.  They found, not...

    Julie Christensen’s life as a Psychic Medium–Part 1

    Author's Note: I met Julie Christensen while doing research on a family history project. (We didn’t know each...

    No, DOE, You’re Not God

    In recent weeks, it’s been no secret that the Hawaii State Teachers Association (HSTA) has had some concerns about their working conditions. Schools are about to start up again with in-person instruction. Teachers are then supposed to be teaching a bunch of random kids, few of whom may be vaccinated because vaccines only recently have been approved for early teenagers and still aren’t approved for kids under 12.

    School Administrator Tells Teachers To Offer ‘Opposing’ Viewpoints On Holocaust

    A Texas school administrator has suggested that classrooms offer books on Holocaust denial to support "opposing" views in an attempt to strike...

    HART Makes Up Its Voting Rules

    If at first you don’t succeed because of the rules, do you redouble your efforts to meet the rules?  Or do you...

    Prosecutors Reject 5 Murder Charges In Deadly Chicago Shootout Citing ‘Mutual Combat’

    Prosecutors in Illinois have reportedly chosen not to charge five gang-related suspects in a deadly shootout that unfolded in Chicago, despite police...
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    Where Is the Value from Taxes?

    On October 13th, the Grassroot Institute of Hawaii published the result of a poll of about 1,000 Hawaii residents.  They found, not...

    Julie Christensen’s life as a Psychic Medium–Part 1

    Author's Note: I met Julie Christensen while doing research on a family history project. (We didn’t know each...

    No, DOE, You’re Not God

    In recent weeks, it’s been no secret that the Hawaii State Teachers Association (HSTA) has had some concerns about their working conditions. Schools are about to start up again with in-person instruction. Teachers are then supposed to be teaching a bunch of random kids, few of whom may be vaccinated because vaccines only recently have been approved for early teenagers and still aren’t approved for kids under 12.

    School Administrator Tells Teachers To Offer ‘Opposing’ Viewpoints On Holocaust

    A Texas school administrator has suggested that classrooms offer books on Holocaust denial to support "opposing" views in an attempt to strike...
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