Aloha, 50th State-When Affirmative Reparations Clash with Minority Rights, Maybe it’s Time to Cut the Federal Cord


What if you had an Indian reservation where at least 70 percent of the residents weren’t Native Americans? What if the reservation also supported a $10 billion tourism industry, fed largely by Americans who don’t want to travel with a passport?

This, very crudely speaking, is the quandary of Hawaii, the state brought into the union 46 years ago last week based on various agreements between its native population and the federal government