The upcoming federal holiday to honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is an occasion to remember the movement in which he labored so prominently. This particular election year, King and that movement strike an even stronger relevance.
As a registered voter of the second congressional district of the State of Hawaii, I was absolutely delighted to hear that Tulsi Gabbard has decided not to run for reelection.
Another letter on a pretty hackneyed problem …
Its a new year, but some things never change. We are still a republic, but there is definitely a ruling class. The same names turn up generation after generation in positions of power, elected or otherwise. While they do have to get elected to certain positions, their nomination can be assured if they have the right connections.
Dave Chrismans Just my opinion (WHT – Jan. 2) asserts that critics of Trump are hell-bent on his removal from office and ignore the glorious record of his accomplishments – Unemployment is at record lows. Real wages are up. The stock market is at record levels. We are energy independent. We are creating trade deals that put America first. By nearly any metric, American and Americans are better off under this president.
Many thanks for your publications coverage of recent developments in the strange and long-running Naalehu Theater saga. In the absence of such insightful reporting, including the well-illustrated front-page story appearing in the legendary Baltimore Sun newspaper in the long-time theater owners Maryland backyard, Hawaii County administrators would almost certainly have slunk away in the dark of night and quietly abandoned the purposely neglected landmark to an eventual inevitable demise.
Christmas is crazy, let me count the ways.