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Wednesday, August 12, 2020

Future of the Aloha Stadium

While everyone’s attention is focused on COVID-19 and racially charged police brutality, we should also pay some attention to major happenings here...

Pitfalls of the Subcontractor Deduction

This week we’ll look at another general excise tax exemption that the State Auditor has put under the microscope in Report No....

The Media & First Amendment Protection: Abuse of Power

LISTEN TO THE PODCAST In the beginning, back when the Framers were first debating the ground rules for the...

The Org That Ignores Genocide Weighs in on US Racism

“A draft UN resolution...singles out the United States and could become the centerpiece of a hastily scheduled debate by the Human Rights...

The Giant Sucking Sound

You may remember back in the 1992 U.S. Presidential campaign, independent businessman and candidate Ross Perot argued, on live TV:  “We have...

Is Our GET Too Soft on Sales to the Feds?

Our Legislature will be reopening soon, and some lawmakers are undoubtedly thinking of ways to make our budget balance because the grim...

Federal COVID Money

This week our Legislature will be recessing after working on one of its important tasks:  figuring out how to spend $1 billion...

Biting the Dust in Cambodia (Part Three)

Author’s note: In 1997, Cambodia was embroiled in a brutal civil war, while still reeling in the aftermath of the Khmer Rouge’s...

Biting the Dust in Cambodia (Part Two)

December 1997: “Stretched out along the banks of the mighty Mekong, the weather in Phnom Penh is fantastic this time of year....

Money Laying Around?

During this period of emergency and with our State facing revenue shortfalls of Brobdingnagian proportions, the State Auditor has been busy at...