Hawaii News

Hawaii Lawmakers Introduce New Revenue Stream; Selling Obama’s Birth Records

In a state where the cost of living is one of the highest in the nation, and where the state is drowning in the deep end of the red ink pool, five Hawaii lawmakers are introducing a bill to make Obama's birth records public for a $100 fee per request (to supposedly cover the extra work by state workers).  Excuse me, but just exactly how stupid is that in the age of the internet?  The sponsor of the bill, Rida Cabanilla, wants to end the controversy surrounding the issue, but knowing how things work in Hawaii, I'm sure they think…
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John Willoughby: The Jones Act And Hawaii Monopolies

Mid-April, I introduced my readers to John Willoughby (R) who is running to unseat Mazie Hirono in Hawaii's 2nd District. If you have not yet taken the time to peruse this common sense, conservative alternative to Mazie Hirono, go here. Mr. Willoughby has written an op-ed about how the 'Jones Act', (which is very much in the news currently because of the gulf oil leak), is unnecessarily inflating prices on the islands because of the stranglehold that shippers, unions, and democratic lawmakers have on this state.  He understands the pieces of the puzzle and would be working to exempt Hawaii…
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Republican Charles Djou Wins Democrat Held Seat (UPDATED: VIDEO)

(Editor's Note: The news station cut off Charles Djou's victory speech.) Charles Djou has just taken a decades long held seat away from the democrats in Oahu's 1st District, and you know what I am hearing? ...crickets... Djou wins special election for Congress Republican Charles Djou emerged victorious tonight in the special election to fill Hawaii's vacancy in Congress, giving Hawaii it's first GOP member of Congress in 20 years. Djou won the special mail-in election with 39.5 percent of the vote in the first printout, released at 6 p.m. The first printout represented nearly all of the 170,312 returned…
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Get Ready For A Conservative In Hawaii…(UPDATED)

...or...The True Beginning Of The Conservative Shift Will Not Be Televised. I will actually be rather surprised if a Djou/Conservative win even shows up on the Drudge Report as it appears both major parties are trying to keep this one on the down low.  The DCCC has even decided to throw in the towel and not 'invest' anymore resources into squabbling, greedy dems. Civil Beat Poll: Djou On Way To May 22 Victory Republican Honolulu City Councilman Charles Djou is on his way to Washington to represent Hawaii's 1st Congressional District, according to a new poll of likely voters conducted…
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