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Dan Boylan
Mostly Politics // It’s Hammer Time In Waikiki For Brower
‘Tis the week to be thankful, and I most certainly am. I’m thankful for state Rep. Tom Brower (D, Ala Moana-Waikiki). Who isn’t? Some of...

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Mostly Politics // The Guv Hits The Campaign Trail
Four days after state house members voted to legalize same-sex marriage, hours after the senate did the same, and less than 24 hours before he...

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Mostly Politics // Uluulu At UH-WO: Moving History
Enter Uluulu: The Henry Giugni Moving Image Archive at the University of Hawaii-West Oahu library in Kapolei, then look right. You’ll see a television set...

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Mostly Politics // Democracy: It’s About The Process
I proudly count Jack Hoag among my 11 regular readers. Don’t misunderstand: I’m proud of the other 10 as well. But Jack’s a special case....

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Mostly Politics // GMOs, Pesticides And Island Jobs
It’s complicated. It’s all very, very complicated. Consider Honolulu City Councilman Stanley Chang’s bemoaning the plight of his Iolani classmates in last week’s “Mostly Politics.”...

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Mostly Politics // Serious Sights Set On 1st District
Thirty-one-year-old City Councilman Stanley Chang looks 17 – and a little out of place during a recent interview amid the gray beards lunching at the...

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Mostly Politics // Same-sex Marriage 20 Years Later
On Oct. 28, state House Speaker Joe Souki and Senate President Donna Mercado Kim will gavel the members of their respective bodies into special session...

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Mostly Politics // The Radical Right’s New Rules
Oh my! It’s time to change the rules, starting with those laid down in our high school civics books. They were in that chapter titled...

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Mostly Politics // Polarization Of American Politics
On the eve of yet another threatened shutdown of the federal government, a young colleague at the University of Hawaii-West Oahu approached me in the...

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Mostly Politics // Politics Flows In Anderson’s Veins
First District congressional candidate Ikaika Anderson may have the best bloodlines in Hawaii politics. For two decades, Uncle D.G. “Andy” Anderson, a state senator and...

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Mostly Politics // Obama Handicapped By A Tin Ear
Barack Obama has always given a good speech. His address to the nation last Tuesday, on why American military action against Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad...

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Mostly Politics // Lt. Col. Takai Targets Washington
Mark Takai hails from Democrat country west of Red Hill – so Democrat that since his election to the state House of Representatives in 1994...

Dan Boylan
Mostly Politics // Fun Yet Biting Social Commentary
Following this year’s Gridiron show, sales-women in dress departments across Oahu faced lines of overweight, post-menopausal women. Each had the same request. “Could I see...

Dan Boylan
Mostly Politics // There Are Just Too Many Of Us
Too many of my friends these days flinch at the sight of me. They look away, strike up a conversation with someone else, move to...

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Mostly Politics // A Sad Look At The New Normal
One of my 11 regular readers – call him Les, because … well, because his name is Les – complains mightily whenever I write about...

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Mostly Politics // Espero Seeks Hanabusa’s Seat
State Sen. Will Espero has his enthusiasms. Currently leading the list is the announcement of October as Hawaii Fashion Month. “Hawaii has designers, manufacturers, and...

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Mostly Politics // Expert: We Have Room To Develop
I had breakfast last week with Ralph Portmore, professional planner, two-time president of the Hawaii chapter of American Planning Association, “of counsel” (as they say...

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Mostly Politics // Deedy, Zimmerman: About The Gun
It’s all about the gun. Really, it’s always been all about the gun. And the evidence piles up across the country, from Sanford, Fla., to...

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Mostly Politics // Ige: We Can Do Better Than Neil
David Ige wants to be Hawaii’s next governor. He wants to defeat the spectacularly well-known and extraordinarily well-financed incumbent Neil Abercrombie in next August’s Democratic...

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Mostly Politics // Repeating Development History
I began driving down Fort Weaver Road to my in-laws’ house in 1969. Green fields of sugarcane lined the two-lane road on both sides. I...

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