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Gorgeous Lawyer Babes of Hawaii

Gorgeous Lawyer Babes of Hawaii

With all this fussing and ruckus about Supreme Court nominee lesbian Sabrina McKenna, let’s not forget that gorgeous Carrie Buck over 60 yrs. ago was subjected to the same invectives, of which 2 were contradictory:that Carrie was a lesbian vs. Carrie was the mistresss of Judge Stafford.  And the third was that she was a...
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What I like About You

Hawaii State International Longshore & Warehouse Union chief (and Honomu native) Isaac Fiesta and his Hawai’i Island unit endorsed Abercrombie, but was outvoted Statewide in favor of Mufi Hannemann. Of course, Isaac’s gang (and the Hawaii State Teachers Association) pushed hard for  Mark Nakashima to replace Senate District 1 Dwight Takamine. They pushed to the point also of...
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Colleen Schrandt: Hawai`i County Legislative Auditor

Colleen’s office has mega-integrity with government reformers, especially with traditionally graft-ridden DPW & highway maintenance funds. Her audit of our monolith 27.5 million dollar highway maintenance fund found conditions ripe for corruption.
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Our Prosecutor’s indifference/missed mark

Police Dept.’s Randall Medeiros was on Peter Boy Kema’s case from its start. The Attorney General has not intervened. The Mathison, Ireland, & Robert Diego Memorial Mortuary cases involved the AG’s office. When Peter Kema Sr. & his wife Jaylin did their televised news conference going on 13...
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Contempt of the Governed By Edward Gutteling

Conservative Forum for Hawaii Contempt of the Governed By Edward Gutteling On November 17, I was struck by 3 news items that collectively turned my head around. In the Hilo Tribune-Herald, front page: “Some isle drivers still haven’t got the message about illegally driving while using a hand-held cell phone. 700 citations, $119,800 fines “and yet people continue...
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