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Genetically Engineered Crops a Supremely Big Issue

June 17, 2010 Fifteen years after farmers and agribusinesses began planting genetically engineered crops in our nation’s fields, we still know very little about their long-term environmental, economic and... more »»

Redirect War Spending

June 10, 2010 The seventh anniversary of our Middle East wars passed with the usual rational and humanitarian protests. more »»

The Dark Side of Politics

June 3, 2010 The result in the May 22 election was most attributable to around $1 million in false attack ads leveled at me in the closing weeks by both of my opponents and their supporters. more »»

Conflict of Interest

May 27, 2010 Writers defending A&B’s practice of diverting streams dry for irrigating cane fields and employing 900 workers while keeping Central Maui looking green could take a wider view. more »»

Home, Culture and Vindictive Politics

May 20, 2010 Over the past year-and-a-half, I have been the subject of dozens of news articles. I am a native Lanaian who has been accused by a handful of disgruntled voters of not living on Lāna‘i. more »»

‘Politics as Usual’ Isn’t Acceptable

May 13, 2010 It appears that J.M. more »»

Taking a Stand on the Right Side of History

May 6, 2010 With the brand new approval of a bill that would give same-sex and opposite-sex couples the ability to enter into civil unions, Hawai‘i lawmakers took a giant step closer to joining the growin... more »»

Women in Wonderland

April 29, 2010 In Tim Burton’s film, Alice in Wonderland, Alice returns to Wonderland as a young adult woman vaguely remembering the playful and imaginative experiences of her childhood. more »»

Making Criminals out of Pot Smokers is Counterproductive

April 19, 2010 Reading the lead article, “Marijuana Bills Halted in House,” in the Maui Weekly’s April 8–14 edition, I was humored by the amount of energy the established nonsensical... more »»

Where the Wild Things Are II

April 15, 2010 #275The captive wild animal industry is alive and well right here in Maui County, as wild animals are taken from our reefs for short-lived entertainment in the Mainland aquarium hobb. more »»

Medical Marijuana Recommendations

April 8, 2010 It is no coincidence that law enforcement is mounting a propaganda campaign to convince Hawai‘i legislators and the public that opening medical marijuana dispensaries is a bad ide. more »»

Conscience, Courage and Community

April 1, 2010 “We are not bound to win, but we are bound to be true. We are not bound to succeed, but we are bound to let whatever light we have shine. more »»

Hawai‘i Not Racing to the Top

March 25, 2010 If Hawai‘i wants to build and maintain a strong economy with abundant opportunities for our people, comprehensive, well-rounded education for our keiki must be our priorit. more »»

Start! Heart Walk

March 18, 2010 Every March, the American Heart Association holds its Start! Heart Walk on Maui. more »»

Dying To Entertain

March 11, 2010 SeaWorld’s damage control team is in overdrive following the tragic death of a trainer who was killed by one of the theme park’s captive orcas. more »»

‘Invasive’ Ironwoods?

March 4, 2010 We need to be very careful when we try to improve on nature. Things can be labeled invasive or endemic, but all of these living things are interconnected and play an important role in our environment. more »»

KCA Kalama Park Bench Project

February 25, 2010 The Kīhei Community Association (KCA) has completed phase one of a project to purchase and install high-quality commercial-grade park benches at Kalama Park. more »»

Maui Film Festival Update

February 18, 2010 For weeks, many people have been asking us “What’s up with the Maui Film Festival’s CandleLight Café & Cinema?” Simply put, in its holiday season... more »»

The Residential Fuel Cell Story

February 11, 2010 As an eco-minded tourist, I picked up your free newspaper in a health food store during a recent visit to your beautiful island. more »»

You Are What You Eat

February 4, 2010 What food we choose to consume sometimes says much about us, and menu items vary extremely on Maui. more »»



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