My Turn: From this sober Trump supporter

Lloyd Dunn, you state you are a young man, so that being said, you have much to learn. I guess your first lesson is to not argue with a drunk or anyone who has been drinking. Secondly your opinions are a little naive at this point in your life, when it comes to your claim that Trump is disrespecting the law and the press.

Flowers column: Disney+ ruins classics with new trigger warnings

I adored the story of Cinderella as a child. The prospect of having a man so in love with me that he’d criss-cross the kingdom searching for my size 6 ½ foot was heady stuff. It never occurred to me that Cindy was oppressed by the patriarchy or that she should just buy her own darn pair of shoes.

Letters to the editor: 11-14-19

Editor’s note: A My Turn column Tuesday that was critical of Mayor Harry Kim and his administration was authored by Barry Willis, a Kailua-Kona resident. An incorrect name was credited on the published piece.

Kass column: Epstein and Kavanaugh: Tale of double standards

Before we get into the release by James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas of that video starring “Good Morning America” co-host Amy Robach and her story that ABC spiked her report about the late serial sex predator Jeffrey Epstein, let’s do something else first.

My Turn: Stop crying and do something about it

Whining about the not-so-recent decision of the county not taking in newspaper and its type of paper at transfer stations is weak at best. This decision has been in the works for years now, and William Kucharski claiming this snuck up on him and his department is furthest from the truth.