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Don Chapman
Letters // Letters to the Editor – 10/29/14
Public only I usually agree with Bob Jones, but not with his assessment of Amendment 4. I do not feel the beleaguered taxpayers of Hawaii...

Don Chapman
Letters // Letters to the Editor – 10/22/14
Never give up What a powerful photo of model Shaholly Ayers on the MidWeek cover. Ms. Ayers is to be commended for never giving in...

Don Chapman
Letters // Letters to the Editor – 10/15/14
Pritchett nails it As usual, John Pritchett crystallizes a major public concern into a single cartoon! He is such an asset not only to MidWeek...

Don Chapman
Letters // Letters to the Editor – 10/8/14
Keiki discipline Although I very much agree with the headline on Jade Moon’s column, “Beating Children Is Not A Spanking,” I somehow get the feeling...

Don Chapman
Letters // Letters to the Editor – 10/1/14
True entitlement So letter writer Edith Lee resents that “conservative” politicians refer to her Social Security benefits as an “entitlement.” Of course, this is exactly...

Don Chapman
Letters // Letters to the Editor – 9/24/14
Rites of passage I appreciate Jay Sakashita’s thoughtful approach to religious topics. His column, “Journey Of Life And Rites Of Passage,” was especially thought-provoking for...

Don Chapman
Column // Mariota: ‘I’ve Come A Long Way’
He is so down to earth, so not full of himself, the temptation is to say Marcus Mariota is just a normal college kid. Except...

Don Chapman
Letters // Letters to the Editor – 9/17/14
Killer mopeds MidWeek did its readers a disservice by publishing Bob Jones’ column on mopeds. He may enjoy the thrill of riding his moped, but...

Don Chapman
Letters // Letters to the Editor – 9/10/14
More tolerance I appreciate the perspective that Prof. Jay Sakashita brings in his MidWeek religion column “Misfit Spirit.” For me, the academic study of religion...

Don Chapman
Letters // Letters to the Editor – 9/3/14
‘Factual’? I love MidWeek and think it adds such value to the community, but I was very concerned and disappointed to find inaccurate information presented...

Don Chapman
Letters // Letters to the Editor – 8/27/14
Not our fight Jerry Coffee and Susan Page have taken turns advocating military action. They refer to bad things and conclude more fighting is the...

Don Chapman
Letters // Letters to the Editor – 8/20/14
Harsh measures Honolulu continues to be disgraced by its increasing homeless problem and our elected officials’ inability to deal with it. History may provide a...

Don Chapman
Letters // Letters to the Editor – 8/13/14
Pulitzer artistry Nothing matches Dick Adair’s contribution in last week’s MidWeek. His research brought forth Emma Lazarus’ inscription below the Statue of Liberty — here...

Don Chapman
Letters // Letters // Letters to the Editor – 8/6/14
More about Anna I was pleasantly surprised to see a picture of my aunt Anna Furtado Kahanamoku as part of your article on Lanakila Pacific....

Don Chapman
Letters // Letters to the Editor – 7/30/14
Runaway Neil Regarding Dan Boylan’s “reviews” of political ads on TV: While I remember Gov. Abercrombie’s original and novel yellow cab campaign promotion from the...

Don Chapman
Letters // Letters to the Editor – 7/23/14
Congratulations! Congratulations on the 30th anniversary of the MidWeek family! Lots of great articles in the special issue brought back fond memories of days long...

Don Chapman
Column // A Personal ‘MidWeek’ Love Story
With MidWeek celebrating 30 years of publishing, we’ve asked contributors to share their personal MidWeek “experience” in this issue. I am impressed with, and greatly...

Don Chapman
Letters // Letters to the Editor – 7/16/14
Travesty for vets I was in the Military Order of the Purple Heart vehicle at the Kailua Fourth of July Parade. This was my third...

Don Chapman
Letters // Letters to the Editor – 7/9/14
Iraq questions Thanks to Don Chapman for a good column on Iraq. So I ask myself some questions: 1. Is Iraq or what happens there...

Don Chapman
Column // Delivering The Gift Of Sheer Joy
My life changed in a wonderful way Sunday, June 29, at 2:16 p.m., when Kylie Rose Kekai’olaliuli Luat entered the world — and I became...

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